RCI is excited to announce that Ben Powers is joining the Research IT group located in the Service Building. Ben comes to us as a recent graduate of Southern New Hampshire University and will be working on several projects with Scott Troy and members of Sponsored Programs and Research Integrity Services.
Feel free to stop by and welcome Ben to UNH. His office is located in room 106C of the Service Building.
These are NIH's plans to recover from the government shutdown.
They are working to reestablish dates for grant and contract submissions, determine how to handle missed review meetings, and reschedule dates for training and other activities that were scheduled to occur during and immediately following the period of the government shutdown.
If you conduct externally sponsored research and you, your spouse/domestic partner or dependent children have a significant financial interest that could impact, or be impact by, your research, then you must comply with the UNH’s policies on financial conflict of interest in research (FCOIR). For example, if you have an ownership stake in a company and your externally-funded research could benefit the company, this is a financial conflict of interest in research.
UNH Manchester has two new resources for discovery in science, technology, engineering and math – the Emerging Technology Center and the STEM Discovery Laboratory. Both facilities are less than a year old and already are attracting many enthusiastic students, businesses, and community partners to collaborate, learn, explore, and innovate.
Two recent studies of farmers markets conducted by the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and UNH Cooperative Extension have found that customers of farmers markets in Rockingham and Strafford Counties are highly satisfied with the quality of the products sold at their local markets, and the number of vendors participating in the markets has grown since 2005.
Nearly 1 in 10 people 21 years of age or younger reported perpetrating some type of coercive or forced sexual violence during their lifetime, and perpetrators reported more exposure to violent X-rated material, according to a new study co-authored by Kimberly Mitchell, research associate professor of psychology at the UNH Crimes against Children Research Center.
An extensive analysis of New Hampshire child support guidelines by a team from UNH has resulted in a substantial change in how child support is calculated in the Granite State. The new child support guidelines went into effect July 1, 2013.