About the Research Office

Broadening Your Broader Impacts

The workshop will present ideas and advice for designing, planning, and presenting the Broader Impacts activities required as part of a research project grant proposal to the National Science Foundation. 

Topics to be covered include:

Insights From and Conversations With Recent UNH NSF CAREER Awardees and Reviewers

A panel of UNH faculty who have received CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation and/or served as reviewers for NSF grant proposals will share their experiences, including:

  • Strategies used to write excellent, competitive proposals
  • Insights on differences between NSF directorates and programs
  • Insights on how proposals were/are reviewed

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

Preparing to Contact and Meet with NSF Program Officers

This workshop will provide advice and guidance for investigators who want to establish a relationship with program officers at the National Science Foundation in advance of submitting a grant proposal.

Topics to be covered include:

NSF GRFP: Thinking Ahead

Designed for sophomores and juniors interested in finding funding for their graduate education, this session will provide:

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.   

This training opportunity involves two components:

Modules must have been completed prior to participation in the seminar.  Successful completion of the training requires completion of both components.

Registration for the seminar is required: Individuals must register for the training by Monday, April 20, 2015. 
Registration information is available at http://www.unh.edu/research/rcr-training-unh.

Finding and Securing Fellowships and Residencies in the Humanities & Arts

Presented by the Foundation Relations Office and the Research Development and Communications Office

Designed for tenured and tenure-track faculty in humanities and the arts, this workshop will cover strategies for:

  • Searching for potential funders
  • Making a compelling case for your project
  • Talking with other people to strengthen your approach
  • Getting support from UNH for your proposal

Come prepared to discuss your idea, do some drafting, and get some traction for your next proposal.

International Research and Teaching as a Fulbright Scholar

A UNH Faculty Excellence Seminar and Networking Reception

The Fulbright Scholar Program is a premier program of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.  Since 1981, 70 Fulbright Scholar awards have been made to 60 UNH faculty to teach and/or conduct research in 42 countries.  The international experiences of these scholars have enriched their lives, their UNH classrooms, and our UNH community in untold ways. 

Tips for Success in the DOE ARPA-E OPEN 2015 Competition

The DOE ARPA-E OPEN 2015 program will support projects that will pursue novel approaches to energy innovation and support the development of potentially disruptive new technologies across the full spectrum of energy applications.  The deadline to submit a Notice of Intent for OPEN 2015 is 5 p.m. ET on February 20, 2015, with a 4-page concept paper due on February 27.


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