Recurring Workshops

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Slides, handouts, and other presentation resources from current and previous years' workshops may be available on the  Workshop Resources page.
 

Funding Scenarios and Search Strategies for Early Career Researchers and Scholars

This seminar by RLCD staff discusses funding scenarios for moving toward independence as a scholar and provides an overview of strategies and resources for taking advantage of the special funding opportunities available to early-career scholars from federal agencies, not-for-profits, professional societies, and other external sponsors. 

Audience: Early Career Researchers and Scholars
When: November 14, 2019, 12:40-2:00 PM
Where:  Dimond Library 352
How to register: RSVP to email announcement distributed in fall semester or from Master Calendar posting
For more information: Contact Lynnette Hentges
 

Focus on Fulbright - Programs to Foster International Scholarship

For nearly 70 years, American academics, administrators, and other professionals have taught and conducted research abroad through the Fulbright Scholar Program. UNH has been well-represented among those scholars.  Now, new opportunities and more flexibility have made the Fulbright programs more accessible than ever. 

This workshop provides an overview of the variety of Fulbright programs, followed by discussion with UNH Fulbright Scholars about the impact their awards have had on them personally and professionally, and what advice they have for others seeking to become Fulbright Scholars.

Audience:  Faculty, Postdocs, and Other Scholars
When: April 24, 2020 1:00-3:00 PM
Where:
 TBD
How to apply: RSVP to announcement or from Master Calendar posting
For more information: Contact Lynnette Hentges

 

Finding Funding - Strategies and Search Tools  

Effective strategies for identifying external funding opportunities for research and scholarly activities transcend searching a database. This workshop introduces a range of approaches and tools that help make searching for funding more productive and efficient.

Audience:  Faculty, Other Researchers/Scholars, and Graduate Students
When: TBD, sometime in academic year 2020-2021
Where:
 TBD
How to apply: RSVP to announcement or from Master Calendar posting
For more information: Contact Lynnette Hentges

 

NIH Fundamentals: An Overview of Grantmaking by NIH

As the primary U.S. funder for biomedical and behavioral research, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is a complex organization that may seem unfathomable to grant seekers. This session will draw back the curtain on NIH, providing an overview of 1) mission and structure of NIH; 2) getting a sense of  what NIH funds; 3) funding mechanisms and Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs); 4)  NIH electronic application submission process and tools; 5) how the application and review processes work; and 6) roles of the NIH extramural staff.  Strategies for finding the appropriate program area and funding opportunity to support your research also will be discussed. Lunch will be served. 

Audience: Faculty, Other Researchers, and Students in the fields of biomedical and behavioral sciences
When: TBD, sometime in academic year 2020-2021
Where: TBD
How to apply: RSVP to announcement or from Master Calendar posting
For more information: Contact Lynnette Hentges

Contact Information

Kathy Cataneo
Director, Research Development
Phone: (603) 862-0357
k.cataneo@unh.edu

Lynnette Hentges
Senior Associate, Research Development
Phone: (603) 862-2002
lynnette.hentges@unh.edu

Michael Thompson
Senior Associate, Research Development
Phone: (603) 862-5255
michael.thompson@unh.edu