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Oct 18 2012
The Information Systems Management Program at the University of New Hampshire Whittemore School of Business and Economics is looking for businesses and nonprofits that want to work with students on technology-focused projects during the 2013 spring semester.
Oct 4 2012
New Hampshire EPSCoR Seed Grant Opportunity 2012-2013 Application Guidelines
NH EPSCoR and Campus Compact for NH have established a seed grant program for faculty at undergraduate institutions of higher education (2-year and primarily undergraduate institutions) to broaden participation and build research capacity in the STEM disciplines. Faculty at two-year and four-year colleges may apply for a seed grant of up to $5,000 to prepare to submit a proposal for funding, which may include exploring a concept, or integrating research experiences into an undergraduate STEM curriculum
Aug 24 2012
Great Bay Nitrogen Sources Newsletter
Connecting watershed decision-makers with high-quality, scientific research!
This is the third issue of the Great Bay Nitrogen Sources Newsletter. The goal of the newsletter is to provide science-based information on non-point sources of Nitrogen to local decision-makers, resource managers, organizations, and the public.
Jul 31 2012
EPSCoR's Mary Stampone, assistant professor of geography, and Cameron Wake, were awarded the Collaborative Scholarship Advancement Award, designed to enhance collaboration between research and tenure-track faculty in the STEM disciplines. They will establish a research, teaching, and engagement program on New England climate change.
Jul 31 2012
New GIS Partnership Brings State-of-the-Art Tools to N.H. Educators
Over 200,000 students in New Hampshire schools now have the ability to learn and apply 21st century geospatial concepts using the ArcGIS software developed by Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI). Thanks to a statewide partnership between ESRI and the New Hampshire Department of Education, this new partnership will allow every public and private school throughout the state unprecedented access to ESRI's state-of-the-art GIS tools for use in education and research.
Jul 12 2012
New Hampshire reduced its energy use and emissions of heat-trapping gasses between 2005 and 2009, a new report from the NH Energy and Climate Collaborative finds. Yet despite what the report calls “real progress,” the state is challenged by rising energy expenditures and continued dependence on out-of-state energy sources.
Jun 27 2012
University of New Hampshire Ph.D. candidate Elizabeth Burakowski was awarded the 2012 Wiesnet Medal for Best Student Paper at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Snow Conference (ESC) held earlier this month in Claryville, N.Y. She is the first UNH student to receive the award, which recognizes the best in current snow-related research being conducted by an up-and-coming student.
Jun 27 2012
Indiana University was funded by NSF’s Biology Directorate to establish the National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) to support NSF-funded researchers undertaking genome science critical to biological discovery. NCGAS provides genome assembly and other analytical support (bioinformatics, computation, optimized software, and storage).
Jun 21 2012
Research Infrastructure Development (RID), Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR). Solicitation: NNH12ZHA003C
Dates Release: Jun 15, 2012
Close: Aug 03, 2012
May 22 2012
S. W. Cole Engineering, Inc. Announces “Dig Into Science” Contest for Students
Firm Repeats Successful Contest; Six Winners to Receive Engineering and Science Program Transportation Stipend
For the second year in a row, S. W. Cole Engineering, Inc. will hold a contest this fall for schools throughout the company’s service areas to promote science and engineering educational programs. The contest, called “Dig Into Science with S. W. Cole Engineering,” is open to science, math or engineering students in first through 12th grade in Maine and New Hampshire.