Provides scholarship, training, and opportunity for a new generation of leaders who cherish public service and have the experience and potential to carry forth the key values of Warren Rudman's career in public service: a commitment to justice, a capacity for leadership, and a devotion to common sense, common purpose, and the common good
Provides university researchers, government and business leaders, and private organizations with reliable information about public attitudes concerning important policy matters through clear, concise research
Advances the view that disability is a natural part of the human experience and promotes the inclusion of all students within general education classrooms and school communities through personnel preparation, professional development and technical assistance, research, systems transformation, leadership development, dissemination of information and resources, and fostering a culture of inclusion
Brings together varied resources (including the only academic IP library in the United States), IP Center faculty, researchers, students, and partners to work at the intersections of law, business, and technology to improve the rate of innovation in the global economy
UNH signed a license with Avalon Promotions on July 31, 2013 for a copyrighted image developed by Healthy UNH and UNH Dining Services, aptly called the UNHWildcat Plate. In 2010, the USDA created Dietary Guidelines for Americans, to help remind them to think about their food choices in order to lead healthier lifestyles. With permission from the USDA, Healthy UNH and Dining Services adapted these guidelines, developing an image to guide patrons in making healthy food choices in UNH dining halls.
On March 19, 2013, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued UNH’s first Design Patent for the Tablet Pedestal/AT Pad Stand, a device developed by Dr. Therese Willkomm. Dr. Willkomm is the Director of ATinNH, the New Hampshire state-wide assistive technology program with the Institute on Disability, and also an assistant professor in the occupational therapy department.
On November 27, 2012, I attended the Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference in Manchester, New Hampshire to showcase Dr. Therese Willkomm’s assistive technologies. I have the pleasure of working with one of UNH’s most creative and inventive faculty members, who is regularly referred to as the MacGyver of Assistive Technology (AT). Dr. Willkomm literally travels the world lecturing on rehabilitative technologies and constructing extraordinary tools on site to help those with disabilities.
Research in the areas of health, behavioral, and social sciences at UNH focuses on exploring the human condition - physical, psychological, and social - as individuals, as families, and as communities.
Health research helps people live full, healthy lives. Discovering the cellular basis for diseases, defining and promoting active, healthy lifestyles, developing assistive technology, and delivering innovative therapeutic services are all parts of the equation.