Your education is more than a matter of degree.
- Why Are Bugs Devouring Red Pines? Grad Student Works With U.S. Forestry Service to Find Out
- Credit Surveillance and Financial Identity in America Focus of Prof's Talk
- General Stanley McChrystal Speaks at UNH's Rudman Center in Concord
- CEPS Dean Commits to Engineering Education Initiative in Letter to President Obama
- Leading Homeland Security Pioneer Joins UNH Manchester Faculty
- Nock, McHoul Record Two Points Apiece; Women's Lax Falls 16-5 at No. 19 Albany
- Men’s Hockey's Pesce signs with NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes
- Shanahan Claims Gold in Hammer Throw at UNF Spring Break Invitational; Renaud Takes Third
- UNH Ranks Second In America East Commissioner Cup Standings
- NCAA Regionals: So Who Do You Like?
- Mar. 31 - Gen. Stanley McChrystal Speaks at UNH Law on the Importance of National Service
- Mar. 31 - Film and Talk on Indigenous Language with Linda Coombs
- Apr. 02 - Faculty Fellow Talk: The Good Consumer: A History of Credit Surveillance and Financial Identity in America
- Apr. 02 - Debt Matters Luncheon with Former Senators Evan Bayh and Judd Gregg
- Apr. 02 - "How to Destroy Higher Education" Lecture with Wesleyan President Michael Roth
Grand Challenge Engineers
CEPS Dean Commits to Engineering Education Initiative in Letter to President Obama
The UNH College of Engineering and Physical Sciences is among more than 120 U.S. engineering schools leading a transformative movement in engineering education announced at the White House during its 2015 Science Fair last week.