Presenter: Julie Simpson, Research Integrity Services
The University of New Hampshire (UNH) recognizes its responsibility to produce and disseminate knowledge in accordance with its mission of research, teaching, and public service. The use of human subjects in research is an integral aspect of scholarly activity at UNH. UNH recognizes its ethical and legal responsibilities to provide a mechanism to protect individuals involved as subjects in research conducted under the auspices of UNH.
The tools created by Research Development staff to assist you with preparing your NIH applications have been updated, as appropriate, to incorporate the new instructions and formats that apply to proposals due or submitted on January 25, 2017 and thereafter.
The tools created by Research Development staff to assist you with preparing your NSF applications have been updated, as appropriate, to incorporate the new instructions and formats that apply to proposals due or submitted on January 30, 2017 and thereafter (Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG), NSF 17-1).
It is with great pleasure that Provost Nancy Targett and I announce the launch of the Collaborative Research Excellence (CoRE) initiative, a new, internal funding competition to support interdisciplinary collaborations across UNH.
Many funding agencies (NASA, NIH, NSF, USDA, etc.) now require a data management plan (DMP) or data sharing plan to be included with new grant proposals. During this Lunch & Learn session, Patti Condon (Research Data Services Librarian) will provide an overview of funding agency requirements and a discussion of the questions to consider when creating a DMP.
This presentation focuses on preparing DMPs for grant applications, but is appropriate for any UNH researcher with data management needs or questions about planning for data management.