INC0 620: Discovery Fellows

INCO 620: Discovery Student Fellows -A theory-to-practice seminar that explores democratic theory from a deliberative perspective, dialogue and small group facilitation, civic engagement, and social justice. (


Discovery Foundation Skills: The Inquiry Course

Inquiry courses prepare first-year students to succeed at the college level by helping them become active, independent thinkers who look at subjects and challenging problems from a number of viewpoints. All inquiry courses are small and involve experiential learning, e.g., learning by doing.


Discovery in the Disciplines

Intellectual breadth fosters creative work within the disciplines and fruitful collaboration beyond them. This is a collective responsibility of those who teach and learn in the Discovery Program.

Welcome to the Discovery Program!


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UNH Students "Urine Diversion" Program Cleans Water, Fertilizes Farms

Meet the "Godfather of UV Disinfection" - James Malley is the Davison Professor of Environmental Engineering and Director of the Environmental Research Group at the University of New Hampshire. He won the 2013 Excellence in Public Service Award for his leadership and commitment to providing safe drinking water to people all over the world.

From the Discovery Classroom: The Discovery Program has teamed up with the Campus Journal Learn more!

The University Dialogue


Water, Water Everywhere?

“Water is an astonishingly complex and subtle force in an economy. It is the single constraint on the expansion of every city, and bankers and corporate executives have cited it as the only limit to economic growth."
- Margaret Catley-Carlson, Vice-Chair, World Economic Forum

We look forward to engaging our community in dialogue about life's most basic need - water.

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