February 22, 2017
DURHAM, N.H. – Thanks to the success of its ongoing fundraising efforts, the University of New Hampshire is launching a new program in the fall that guarantees all full-time, first-year New Hampshire students receiving federal Pell grants will pay no tuition to attend the university. Early estimates show that UNH’s Granite Guarantee will help 285 first-year students studying on the Durham and Manchester campuses. First-year New Hampshire students who receive federal Pell grants in their UNH... Read Full Article

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10/19/16 - NH Listens, NAACP, and NH Association of Chiefs of Police Partner to Encourage Conversations Statewide
DURHAM, N.H. – NH Listens, a civic engagement initiative of the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire, is launching “NH Blue and You: Strengthening Community Through Connection” in partnership with the Seacoast and Manchester NAACP and the NH Association of Chiefs of...
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10/17/16 - UNH Hosts Nonfiction Author and Columnist Caitlin Shetterly Oct. 27
DURHAM, N.H. -- Author and essayist Caitlin Shetterly will read from her work and hold a Q&A session Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, at 5 p.m. in the Memorial Union Building, Theatre I, at the University of New Hampshire, as part of the UNH Writers Series. The reading is free and open to the public....
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10/17/16 - New UNH Bobcat Research Aims to Understand Why Wildcats Are Rebounding
DURHAM, N.H. – New Hampshire’s bobcats are rebounding despite increased development and human activities in their natural habitats and decreases in the availability of their prey. A new research project funded in part by the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire aims...
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10/11/16 - UNH Research Finds Trump and Clinton Supporters Differ on Science
DURHAM, N.H. – Donald Trump supporters are less likely than Hillary Clinton supporters to trust scientists for information about climate change, to think that climate change is causing problems now, or to support action to reduce its risks, according to new survey research reported by the Carsey...
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10/10/16 - UNH Scientists Receive $1.5 Million to Investigate Human Impact on Soil Microbes
DURHAM, N.H. – Soil microorganisms play a critical role in the amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere, which is a central factor in climate change. University of New Hampshire scientists received $1.5 million in federal grants as part of an effort to better...
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10/06/16 - UNH Researchers Discover Effect of Rare Solar Wind on Earth’s Radiation Belts
DURHAM, N.H. - Researchers from the University of New Hampshire have captured unique measurements of the Van Allen radiation belts, which circle the Earth, during an extremely rare solar wind event. The findings, which have never been reported before, may be helpful in protecting orbiting...
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10/06/16 - UNH Research Finds Rural Immigrants Twice as Likely to Be Poor than Workers Born in the U.S.
DURHAM, N.H. – Rural immigrants are more likely to be of working age (18-64), are more racially and ethnically diverse, are less educated and are more likely to have children than the rural population born in the U.S., an analysis of data by researchers at the University of New Hampshire’s Carsey...
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10/05/16 - UNH Receives Multi-Million Dollar Contract for Underwater Acoustic Monitoring Research
DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire's School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering (SMSOE) has received a federal government contract worth up to $6.5 million to study ocean ecosystems through underwater acoustic research. “The funding will support ongoing monitoring and research with...
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10/04/16 - UNH Hosts Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger Oct. 18
DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire is the state's host site for the 10th annual China Town Hall, an international event that will focus on Sino-American relations and feature former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016, at 7 p.m. in Murkland Hall’s Richards...
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10/03/16 - UNH Kicks Off 150th Anniversary with Largest Fundraising Campaign in School History
DURHAM, N.H. – Thousands of students, faculty, staff, alumni and parents celebrated 150 years of Wildcat pride as the University of New Hampshire kicked off its anniversary celebration with a $275 million capital campaign to support student scholarships and advance teaching and research, the core...
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