About the Research Office

Innovative Partnerships

Companies often need to innovate in order to expand and grow, but finding the resources can be a challenge. Hiring additional personnel, outsourcing, or using work-for-hire services may allow the company to retain significant ownership over intellectual property, but the cost of these avenues can be prohibitive.

Pursuing an innovative partnership, whether with another industrial partner or with an entity such as a university, could be a good alternative.

Making Your NSF-forts Count: Session 5

An initiative of the Research Development and Communications office in partnership with UNH Cooperative Extension and the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach, Making Your NSF-forts Count is designed to provide participants with (1) a strategic approach to developing a competitive proposal to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and (2) advice and tools to incorporate broader impacts activities in the proposed project.

Primary Audience: tenure-track, research, and extension faculty interested in submitting proposals to NSF

Making Your NSF-forts Count: Session 4

An initiative of the Research Development and Communications office in partnership with UNH Cooperative Extension and the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach, Making Your NSF-forts Count is designed to provide participants with (1) a strategic approach to developing a competitive proposal to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and (2) advice and tools to incorporate broader impacts activities in the proposed project.

Primary Audience: tenure-track, research, and extension faculty interested in submitting proposals to NSF

Making Your NSF-forts Count: Session 3

An initiative of the Research Development and Communications office in partnership with UNH Cooperative Extension and the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach, Making Your NSF-forts Count is designed to provide participants with (1) a strategic approach to developing a competitive proposal to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and (2) advice and tools to incorporate broader impacts activities in the proposed project.

Primary Audience: tenure-track, research, and extension faculty interested in submitting proposals to NSF

Making Your NSF-forts Count: Session 2B

An initiative of the Research Development and Communications office in partnership with UNH Cooperative Extension and the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach, Making Your NSF-forts Count is designed to provide participants with (1) a strategic approach to developing a competitive proposal to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and (2) advice and tools to incorporate broader impacts activities in the proposed project.

Primary Audience: tenure-track, research, and extension faculty interested in submitting proposals to NSF

Making Your NSF-forts Count: Session 2A

An initiative of the Research Development and Communications office in partnership with UNH Cooperative Extension and the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach, Making Your NSF-forts Count is designed to provide participants with (1) a strategic approach to developing a competitive proposal to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and (2) advice and tools to incorporate broader impacts activities in the proposed project.

Primary Audience: tenure-track, research, and extension faculty interested in submitting proposals to NSF

Making Your NSF-forts Count: Session 1

An initiative of the Research Development and Communications office in partnership with UNH Cooperative Extension and the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach, Making Your NSF-forts Count is designed to provide participants with (1) a strategic approach to developing a competitive proposal to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and (2) advice and tools to incorporate broader impacts activities in the proposed project.

Primary Audience: tenure-track, research, and extension faculty interested in submitting proposals to NSF

PUSH USDA Session 8

PUSH USDA is a UNH program to support faculty interested in pursuing competitive funding from the US Dept. of Agriculture. Selected faculty will receive focused support from the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and the Research Office over a 12-month period.

Participants are invited in the late summer - early fall.

Questions? Contact Louis Tisa at Louis.Tisa@unh.edu or Kathy Cataneo at k.cataneo@unh.edu.

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