About the Research Office

Asbestos Awareness Training

Asbestos Awareness Training is required for those employees whose daily work activities requires the possible contact with ACM’s, or related responsibilities. 

This training is required initially within 60 days upon hire for those affected employees and annually thereafter. 

The training includes a discussion on asbestos and asbestos related products and their locations at UNH, health hazards associated with exposures, regulatory requirements, and UNH practices and procedures associated with the presence of ACM’s. 

Additional training sessions will be held on:

Asbestos Awareness Training

Asbestos Awareness Training is required for those employees whose daily work activities requires the possible contact with ACM’s, or related responsibilities. 

This training is required initially within 60 days upon hire for those affected employees and annually thereafter. 

The training includes a discussion on asbestos and asbestos related products and their locations at UNH, health hazards associated with exposures, regulatory requirements, and UNH practices and procedures associated with the presence of ACM’s. 

Additional training sessions will be held on:

Asbestos Awareness Training

Asbestos Awareness Training is required for those employees whose daily work activities requires the possible contact with ACM’s, or related responsibilities. 

This training is required initially within 60 days upon hire for those affected employees and annually thereafter. 

The training includes a discussion on asbestos and asbestos related products and their locations at UNH, health hazards associated with exposures, regulatory requirements, and UNH practices and procedures associated with the presence of ACM’s. 

Additional training sessions will be held on:

Asbestos Awareness Training

Asbestos Awareness Training is required for those employees whose daily work activities requires the possible contact with ACM’s, or related responsibilities. 

This training is required initially within 60 days upon hire for those affected employees and annually thereafter. 

The training includes a discussion on asbestos and asbestos related products and their locations at UNH, health hazards associated with exposures, regulatory requirements, and UNH practices and procedures associated with the presence of ACM’s. 

Additional training sessions will be held on:

Catalyst Seminar: Holiday Networking Event

The Catalyst Seminar Series annual Holiday Networking Event is a chance for New Hampshire business owners, innovators, consultants, and members of the UNH community to come together and enjoy an afternoon of sharing ideas and meeting new contacts. It's our way of saying thanks for being part of the community and supporting continued growth and success for all in the new year!

Please help us celebrate the holidays by gathering to enjoy free beer and food, and extend the invitation to coworkers, employees, vendors, and partners.  (Attendees must be 21+.)

Catalyst Seminar: Innovative UNH Alumni

FEATURING: Joe McEachern, Founder of QA Cafe and UNH alumnus

Joe McEachern is a UNH alumnus with a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master's Degree in Computer Science. During his master's program, Joe was employed at the UNH InterOperability Lab where he developed his skills and interest in testing and networking technologies. After graduating and working in the booming tech industry of the '90s, he founded QA Cafe in 2001 and the company has been growing ever since.

Catalyst Seminar: 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.

Strategic Thinking About Resubmission of Your NSF Proposal

Best practices for timeline and milestone planning to fit the NSF mission, current priorities, proposal process, responding to reviewers' critiques, and developing collaborative partnerships.

Questions? Contact Kathy Cataneo at k.cataneo@unh.edu or 862-0357

Strategic Thinking About NSF CAREER

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

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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