News & Events
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Granite State Room
Memorial Union Building
UNH ADVANCE is an NSF-funded project focused on strengthening policies and practices to address gender imbalance, particularly in STEM disciplines.
New Deans announced:
From the Provost
UNH is an undiscovered gem in the national landscape of higher education.
I have on my desk at all times a list of ways in which UNH has demonstrated (and documented) national and international leadership. These vary from hosting the largest single-institution Undergraduate Research Conference in the country (over 1100 students and 300 faculty participated last year), to having the largest fraction of energy usage derived from renewable sources (~70%). We rank in the top 5-10% nationally every year in the US News and World Report ranking for graduation performance. We are one of the top three universities in Space Sciences, and the only one still building actual satellite hardware on campus (and students enjoy hands-on participation in the process). We are in the top 5 nationally in academic impact in Earth and Environmental Sciences, and in Geosciences. Our American History faculty are among the most prolific and well-regarded in the nation. We are one of only a handful of institutions that carry the land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant designation.
I hope the primary characteristics of UNH are apparent in this partial list. UNH prides itself on being:
A land-, sea- and space-grant tier one research institution with an uncommon dedication to the undergraduate experience and selected areas of national and international research excellence.
Our students travel the world, work with top faculty, carry out real research projects (and present them at national meetings) and, by graduation, are well-prepared for their next life adventure.
If you are reading this from on campus - thank you for making UNH such an exciting and useful place. If you are off-campus, we hope you will visit soon to discover this gem for yourself.
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Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs (603)862-3290 / email@example.com
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