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OSVPR and Provost Announce Collaborative Research Excellence (CoRE) Initiative

February 8, 2017

Dear UNH Colleagues: 

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.

Creating a Data Management Plan for your Grant Application

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.

Open Access Publishing

Eleta Exline, Scholarly Communication Librarian, will discuss:

  • trends in academic publishing
  • sustainability in the scholarly communication system
  • the role of Open Access publishing as a force for change

Find out how to identify high-quality open publishing options that increase access to your scholarship while protecting your rights as a researcher and author.


On-line registration required — space is limited.

Enjoy the sandwiches and salad that will be provided or bring your own lunch.

PUSH USDA Boot Camp: Positioning Yourself to be Competitive for USDA Grant Programs - Session 1

Logo for UNH's PUSH USDA program

The Research Development Office is pleased to announce:

PUSH USDA Boot Camp: Positioning Yourself to be Competitive for USDA Grant Programs

Ethical and Responsible Conduct of Research Training

The UNH Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarly Activity (RCR) Committee announces the availability of training in the ethical and responsible conduct of research. Participants will gain knowledge of professional and ethical standards of behavior in research and scholarship as well as pertinent regulations, policies, and guidelines.

This training opportunity involves two components:

You have an Export-controlled Project/Equipment/Technical Information. Now What?

How do you carry out your work after determining that your project is impacted by export controls? 

UNH’s Director of Contracts and Export Controls, Victor Sosa, and UNH’s Compliance Officer, Melissa McGee, discuss approaches for maintaining export compliance on projects by:

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