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Thanh Dinh ’17
Thanh Dinh ’17 had a personal reason for delaying his application to medical school so he could volunteer with City Year, and he offers it up readily... Read More
Shawn Swist ’17
Shawn Swist ’17 starts graduate school at Stanford University this fall. Read More
Tiffany Winn ‘17
Unlike some new alumni, Tiffany Winn '17 wasn’t stressed about getting a job after she graduated in May, and for good reason. She had landed one... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Flooded road with hazard sign in front
    - Road Scholars
    Rising groundwater can flood roads up to two miles from the ocean, new research from UNH has found.On New Hampshire’s Seacoast, rising seas could cause flooded roads in unexpected... Read More
  • NASA's WIND spacecraft
    - Predicting Space Weather
    A UNH researcher has identified key differences in solar wind models. Read More
  • six images of student winners with large checks
    - Passport to Innovation
    UNH's ECenter recently awarded $19,500 as part of the i2 Passport Program. Read More
  • Joanna Lewis '17
    - What’s Next: Water Sanitation in Panama
    When Joanna Lewis ’17 was thinking about what she would do with her newly minted degree in environmental engineering, she didn’t turn to a big firm or local municipality. She... Read More
  • Qiaoyan Yu
    - CAREER Boost
    Two UNH assistant professors, Marko Knezevic of mechanical engineering and Qiaoyan Yu of electrical and computer engineering, have received prestigious Faculty Early Career... Read More
  • UNH faculty member Qiaoyan Yu
    - CAREER Award for Qiaoyan Yu
    Qiaoyan Yu, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, received a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award for "Proactive Defense Methods for Chip Integrity... Read More
  • Graphic of globe with data radiating out
    - Broadband Grants
    UNH’s Broadband Center of Excellence has awarded two grants to UNH researchers. Read More
  • UNH PhD student Drummond Biles
    - Winning at Brevity
    How do you describe years of research in lay terms and in just three minutes? UNH graduate students have the answer. Read More
  • Senator Jeanne Shaheen addresses UNH faculty researchers in Huddleston Hall
    - Supporting Research and Economic Development
    U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen met with UNH faculty and student researchers in Durham last week.  Read More
  • UNH Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium
    - Scenes from STEMland
    At the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium on Wednesday, Wildcats turned up the wow factor.  Read More