With the help of the UNH Leitzel Center and support by the National Science Foundation, faculty and graduate students collaborate with middle school teachers to help their students experience the excitement of real-world, inquiry-based learning about our climate. Watch one example of how UNH is making a difference in middle school science classrooms.
The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension is collaborating with the state’s fishing industry to support sustainable, local food. The University’s work with the Yankee Fisherman’s Cooperative is a mutually beneficial collaboration between UNH faculty and New Hampshire’s fishermen and businesses that has a positive impact on consumers. This is just one example of how University of New Hampshire partnerships make a real difference.
Senior Vice Provost,
Engagement and Academic Outreach
Engagement @ UNH
UNH is a land- sea- and space-grant university recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as a community engaged institution. Through its dynamic partnerships, UNH is bringing diverse interests together across the state, the nation, and the world to solve the most pressing challenges facing citizens, schools, policymakers, businesses, organizations, and communities.