Tools for UNH Researchers

Fundamentals of the NIH and the NIH Grants Process - Webinar

Speaker: Megan Columbus, Director of the Office of Communications and Outreach, Office of Extramural Research, NIH; and NIH Program Manager for Electronic Receipt of Grant Applications

Audiences: Faculty, postdocs, research and grants administrationstaff, and graduate students at New Hampshire higher ed institutions

Format: Go-to-Meeting webinar presentation and question/answer period

Topics Include:

Funding Opportunities and Strategies for Early Career Investigators

This program will provide an overview of strategies and resources for taking advantage of the special funding opportunities provided to early-career scholars by federal agencies , not-for-profits, professional societies, and other sponsors.

Presenter: Lynnette Hentges, Research Development & Communications

Contact for more information: or 862-2002.

New Faculty Orientation Concurrent Session: Research Excellence and Support

As part of the Provost's Orientation for new faculty, Kathy Cataneo, Director of Research Development and Communications, will provide an introduction to resources available at UNH to support the research, scholarship, and artistic activities of faculty.

Pre-registration is required:

e-Routes Paperless Proposal Routing is Here!

The Research Computing Center is pleased to announce that Scott Troy, one of our system technologists, has successfully created e-Routes; a streamlined method that allows researchers at UNH to submit and route paperless proposals for internal approvals. e-Routes was created to save time for researchers and research faculty members by letting them submit and track the progress of their proposals online.

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:

How to Write an SBIR/STTR Proposal for National Institutes of Health

When: Monday, July 14, 8:30am - 4:00pm & Tuesday, July 15, 8:30am - 12:00pm
Dartmouth Regional Technical Center, 16 Cavendish Ct, Lebanon, NH 03766
Cost: None; this workshop is funded by the NH Innovation Research Center

Basics of Export Compliance Webinar Series - Utilizing the Features in the AES

Export control laws are extremely broad in their scope and application: They potentially apply to all activities at UNH, including teaching, service, and research (whether sponsored or otherwise) and to all technologies – not just tangible goods, but also the provision of services and information.

The Federal agencies involved in the regulation of export controls and foreign trade of goods and services are offering a free webinar series this summer covering the basics of export controls compliance. All webinars are free and start at 2pm E.S.T.


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