The Office of Research, Economic Engagement, and Outreach provides essential resources for graduate student research and scholarly work. You can find information relating to health & safety, proposal development, research integrity, and much more to help you as you embark on the exciting and, at times, daunting task of conducting original scientific research. Explore the resources available to you and become the best researcher and scholar you can be.
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The UNH Library is an essential resource for graduate students. With millions of books, articles, and other media items available physically and/or electronically (as well as through interlibrary loan), the library has something for all members of the UNH community, in any field. Library locations offer wireless Internet access, computer workstations, individual study and collaborative group work spaces, and assistance by knowledgeable librarians and staff. As part of a public university, the UNH Library is open to all. Check out their full list of services to get started.
There is also a handy guide of Library resrouces specifically for graduate students, as well as an online plagiarism tutorial with helpful examples on what is and is not considered plagiarism.
Research, economic engagement and outreach at the University of New Hampshire, a Carnegie doctoral research university with very high research activity, seek to understand and improve the world around us, with high-impact results that transform lives, solve global challenges and drive economic growth.
The UNH RCR Committee offers training in the ethical and responsible conduct of research three times a year: February, May and October. All incoming Ph.D. students must attend RCR training by the end of their first semester.
The Research Communications Academy is a free, annual program that trains faculty members, graduate students, and research-related staff to effectively communicate the power and impact of UNH research and scholarship to broad audiences. Components include workshops on orally communicating scholarly work, grant and proposal writing, media training and more. Find event and registration information here.
The Three Minute Thesis Competition cultivates students’ academic, presentation, and research communication skills. Presenting in a 3MT competition increases their capacity to effectively explain their research in three minutes, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. Competitors are allowed one PowerPoint slide, but no other resources or props. Find event and registration information here.
Academic honesty is a core value at the University of New Hampshire. The members of its academic community both require and expect one another to conduct themselves with integrity. This means that each member will adhere to the principles and rules of the University and pursue academic work in a straightforward and truthful manner, free from deception or fraud. The academic honesty policy, including specific sections for graduate students, can be found in the Students Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities handbook.