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"It's critical for the state to broaden and diversify the capacity to conduct research; to support business, industry and society with a workforce educated in science, engineering and mathematics; and to improve communication between scientists and the public."
-- NH EPSCoR, Ecosystems & Society Strategic Plan
NH EPSCoR State Director
Jan Nisbet, Ph.D.
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The NH EPSCoR Statewide Committee is composed of 16 members representing industry, the executive and legislative branches, and higher education in NH. Its purpose is to positively affect sustainable improvement in the capacities of NH’s universities and 2- and 4- year colleges to compete successfully for research and development funds, and to stimulate complementary efforts in education and human resource development to ensure growth and support of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research and training.
The Committee leads the development of the state NH Science and Technology Plan and provides oversight to NSF EPSCoR projects. It meets three times each year to review research, outreach and workforce progress, assist in outreach and evaluation, and support linkages with business and industry, state policy-makers, private and not-for-profit entities, and community members, including members of underrepresented groups.
Kevin Gardner, Ph.D.
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Communications and Information Manager
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