About the Research Office

Introduction to Creative Commons: Using Creative Commons to Advance Your Research and Teaching

Presenters:
Maria Emanuel, Associate Director, UNHInnovation
Tim Benoit-Ledoux, Creative Works Licensing Manager, UNHInnovation

“I found the perfect picture to use for my keynote presentation! Can I use it?”

“The RFP says that my research output needs to be made available, but I don’t want to be deluged with emails and phone calls. What are some options?”

An Overview of Federal Grant Regulations for Principal Investigators/Project Directors

Presenter: Charlie Tardivo, Attain Consulting

A-21, A-110, A-133 and now Uniform Guidance!  In this session you will learn all you need to know about financial management and administration of federal grants governed by this new regulation.

Fulbright Opportunities for Students and Faculty (Drop-in)

UNH IEW 2015 - Fulbright session flyer

This interactive session will highlight Fulbright research and teaching opportunities for both students and faculty, providing the perspectives of previous winners.

RATS [Research Administration Training Series]: Cost Share @ UNH

UNH has a responsibility to document and monitor the activities of all cost share funds.  This advanced training topic will explore the lifecycle of cost share, including proposal, award setup, management and documentation of cost share. 

If you are responsible for managing the financial or programmatic aspects of externally funded grants, you are encouraged to attend.
This training is open to everyone! Feel free to pass this invitation along to anyone you think might be interested in attending.

Catalyst Seminar: A Conversation About... Innovations in Wireless Connectivity

Come early, grab a beer, and chat with us!
     4:30 PM – 5:30 PM --- presentation
     5:30 PM – 6:30 PM --- networking with free beer and refreshments

Steve Perlberg from Verizon Wireless will talk about the next generation of wireless connectivity advancements being developed at the Verizon Innovation Center in Boston.

Dr. Nick Kirsch, director of the UNH Connectivity Research Center (CRC), will provide a researcher's perspective and share a little bit about the CRC's initiatives related to wireless connectivity and the Internet of Things.

We hope that bringing these thought leaders together for a candid discussion will foster a conversation that highlights the technical challenges and solutions in both industry and academia and uncovers new opportunities for innovation.

Panel Presentation and Discussion with UNH DOE Early Career Research Awardees

This event is designed specifically for UNH faculty who may be eligible* for and interested in applying to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Early Career Research Program, regardless of when in the next 3 years the application is submitted.

Panel: Patricia Solvignon (Physics), Xiaowei Teng (Chemical Engineering), and Kai Germachewski (Space Plasma Physics)

To reserve your seat and lunch,  please register October 13.

How to Write a Competitive DOE Early Career Research Proposal

A Workshop with Dr. Kristin Bennett, Former DOE Program Manager

This event is designed specifically for UNH faculty who may be eligible* for and interested in applying to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Early Career Research Program, regardless of when in the next 3 years the application is submitted.

To reserve your seat and lunch,  please register October 7.

Is the NSF CAREER Program Right for Me? Start Planning Now!

Presenter: Kathy Cataneo, UNH Director of Research Development

This workshop for untenured, tenure-track faculty will provide an overview of the National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program, including:

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