Tools for UNH Researchers content


Find information to help you develop strategies for searching for funding, building proposals, managing awards, and locating the support services you need to ensure the success of your research project. If you’re new to research at UNH, gain the basic understanding you’ll need to get started.


Getting Started with Grantseeking

If you’re new to grantseeking at UNH, gain the basic understanding you’ll need to get started, including a glossary of terms and an acronym list.


Workshops, Education & Training

Learn about and train in topics concerning funding, proposals, roles and responsibilities, certification, reporting, and the responsible conduct of research.


Finding Funding

Strategies, tips and tools for finding all types of sponsors for your research, scholarly activities, outreach and teaching, including searchable databases like SPIN and the Foundation Directory.


Proposals & Submissions

Learn how to prepare and write proposals, develop budgets, get approvals, and submit your project proposal.   Includes links to forms, guidelines, and sponsor-specific advice.


Managing Awards

Things you need to know once you’ve been awarded funds for your research project.     Includes links to forms, policies and guidelines.


Equipment, Services & Other Resources

Look for resources to support your research project from the planning stages through completion, including computing, instrumentation, equipment, testing, proposal development, statistical support, and other services.

University Instrumentation Center


Resources for Grad Students and Post-docs

Assistance for UNH grad students and post-docs to find support for their research.  Includes links to sponsors sites.


Forms and Policies

Forms, policies, and instructions needed for seeking and applying for funding, compliance and safety, managing awards, and for utilizing the resources of the University Instrumentation Center are provided.  They are grouped by topic for easy reference and retrieval.


Non-Financial Agreements

Find the information you need about Material Transfer Agreements (MTA), which govern the exchange of research tools between colleagues at different universities, institutions, or companies, and Confidentiality Agreements/Non-Disclosure Agreements (CDA/NDA) which outline the exchange of confidential information between two parties.


UNH Research Faculty Policy Guide

Employment and benefits policies guidance for UNH research faculty



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