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UNH graduate student Abigail D'Ambrosia holding excavation tools

When the Planet Warmed, Mammals Shrank

More than 50 million years ago, when the Earth experienced a series of extreme global warming events, early mammals responded by shrinking in size. Read More
Student in UNH Paul College part-time MBA program
U.S News and World Report has released its 2018 rankings of the best graduate schools in the U.S., and the part-time MBA program at the University of... Read More
tree branch with buds
With the first day of spring around the corner, temperatures are beginning to rise, ice is melting and the world around us is starting to blossom.... Read More
UNH's Cheryl Parker
Cheryl Parker '00, currently a brewer with Throwback Brewery, will officially join the university March 31 as its brewery manager and instructor. Read More
Xena, the SynDaver, at UNH
Meet Xena, the synthetic cadaver who entered lab classrooms earlier this semester. Her guts, arteries, organs, blood flow and real-feeling flesh give... Read More

Recent Stories

  • CCOM researcher Tom Weber
    - Weber, Miksis-Olds Honored by Acoustical Society of America
    Thomas Weber and Jennifer Miksis-Olds are back-to-back recipients of the Medwin Prize in Acoustical Oceanography by the Acoustical Society of America. Read More
  • Thompson Hall at UNH from the front
    - To the CoRE
    UNH has launched a new internal funding competition to support interdisciplinary collaborations across campus. Read More
  • The winning student team poses with Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands, Department of Decision Sciences chair Roger Grinde, and faculty member Jing Wang.
    - A Winning Bundle
    The winning student team at last week’s UNH DataJam with Liberty Mutual wants to make your insurance experience much like your academic one. Read More
  • students and teacher at school
    - Supporting the State's Teachers
    UNH was awarded a $200,000 grant to support early childhood STEM teachers in New Hampshire. Read More
  • UNH student Sarah Jakositz '18
    - Outstanding Opportunities
    Sarah Jakositz ’18 has been immersed in myriad opportunities on campus as a UNH College of Engineering and Physical Sciences student. Read More
  • humanities class in session
    - Collaborating on Humanities
    UNH and CCSNH have received a Mellon Foundation grant to support the study of humanities. Read More
  • UNH students Kate Aiken and Devin McMahon pose with their prize and research poster for the 2016 Holloway Prize competition entry, LilyPad.
    - Cultivating Women Entrepreneurs
    When Devin McMahon '18 was still a high school student in East Hampstead, New Hampshire, she started her own business. Not babysitting or lawn mowing: A full-blown nonprofit... Read More
  • Gregory Sancoff, left, poses with Paul Holloway during the 2016 Paul J. Holloway Prize Competition championship round.
    - Entrepreneur of the Year
    Gregory Sancoff is a serial entrepreneur with a 30-year career under his belt. Read More
  • photo of Sharyn Potter
    - Innovator of the Week
    UNH sociologist Sharyn Potter was recently featured as Innovator of the Week on the Live Free and Start website. Read More
  • a black hole eating a dying star
    - Feeding Frenzy
    A giant black hole ripped apart a nearby star and then continued to feed off its remains for close to a decade, according to research led by UNH. This black hole meal is more than... Read More