Tools for UNH Researchers

Submit a Proposal

Who will help me submit a proposal?

UNH, like most universities, is comprised of units with varying amounts of experience and/or resources for activities like proposal preparation.   That variation creates a mix of expectations about how and when an investigator interacts with Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA) staff to submit a proposal. 

Get Approvals

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Merit/Mission Review

Financial (Budget) Review

Compliance Review

Limited Submission Programs

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Merit/Mission Review

Reviewing a proposal’s merit and appropriateness to institutional mission are the responsibility of department chairs, deans, and institute directors.

 

Build a Proposal

Common Components of a Proposal

Sponsor-Specific Guidance 

Applying to New Hampshire State Agencies

Institutional Information

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Common Components of a Proposal

Elements common to most proposals include:

Limited Submission Programs (LSPs)

Sponsors sometimes limit the number of proposals that UNH may submit to a specific funding opportunity.

An update of Limited Submission Programs (LSPs) with deadlines in the next few months is sent via email to the Research Office list of Principal Investigators & Project Directors each month.

UNH Funding Opportunities

INTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNH RESEARCHERS


This table includes the most recently-available information about University opportunities, listed alphabetically. 

X-Ray Safety

Overview

The X-Ray Protection Program at UNH oversees the safe use of X-Ray devices on campus. It provides guidance for the compliance with the NH Rules for the Control of Radiation regulated by the Radiological Health Section of the State of NH Health and Human Services.

Chemical Safety

Chemical Safety

UNH acknowledges its responsibility to provide a program for the handling, storage and disposal of hazardous chemicals, to provide emergency response to incidents involving hazardous chemicals, and to educate the UNH community about the safe use of hazardous chemicals in research, teaching, and public service activities.

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