Collection number: UV 5/1/2
Size: (16 items) (0.33 cu.ft.)
Research and Public Service Videotapes
This series contains videotape created for the Office of the Vice President for Research and Public Service, which is the focal point for advocacy and support of the complementary research and public service missions of the University.
This collection is open.
Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.
[Identification of item], Research and Public Service Videotapes, 1989-2005, UV 5/1/2, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
These records were transferred to the University Library for storage prior to the establishment of the University Archives in 1992 with subsequent additions through 2005.
|1||We Are New Hampshire Families: We are Speaking For
"Family Support Legislation" by Frank Tupper through the Institute on Disablility (2 copies)
|2||Dream Catchers (c. 1992)
Circles of Support program, Institute on Disability; Jan Nisbet, Director (2 copies)
|3||Support Employment: More Than Just a Job
Interview: Jan Nisbet, Director UNH Institute on Disability. Produced by: Penfield Productions Lts.
|4||UNH Polymer Research Group. Industrial Consortium Research Proposal. February 1995|
|5||Space Age - Mission to Planet Earth. 1992
Length: 12:00; Produced by WQED/Pittsburg and NHK Japan; Narrated by Patrick Stewart. Features UNH geological research team lead by Barrett Rock, Professor of Natural Resources
|6||Science on the Edge of the Globe. Greenland Ice Sheet Project
Glacial Research Group, led by UNH Prof. Paul Mayewski. (2 copies)
|7||Majors and Mentors: Hands-on Learning at UNH. September 1997.
Length: 8:30. Three undergraduate students discuss the work they are doing through the UNH Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)
|8||Undergraduate Researchers (Sept. 11 1997)
Same as "Majors and Mentors" except starts with a text lead
|9||A Home of My Own
Length: 25 minutes. Institute on Disability.
|10||Center for the Humanities
Length: 15:30. This tape gives an overview of the forming of the Center for the Humanities and the benefits it provides scholars. Featuring Janet Aikins, Burt Feintuch, Laurel Ulrich, and David Watters
|11||Make A Difference: Research at UNH
Length: 12 minutes. Forest Watch-Ocean Mapping-IROP
|12||Make a Difference: Research at UNH
Length: 12 minutes. Forest Watch-Aquaculture-IROP
|13||A Vision of Undergraduate Research|
|14||International Research Opportunities Program|
|15||The Center for International Education: Your Door to the
The Center for International Education is the clearinghouse for international activities at UNH, providing programs, services and information to students, faculty, staff and the wider community. Introduced by Director Ted Howard.
|16||Undergraduate Research Conference (April 27, 2005)
Lecture by guest speaker Jared Diamond