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Jordan Garrett '20 and Caitlin Burnett '20

The Everyday Life of Climate Change

The big picture of climate change is often heralded in photos depicting melting ice caps and stranded polar bears or smokestacks tainting the sky with soot. Less well captured are the changes to everyday life that often occur over time. On May 24, five UNH undergraduates will travel to Bhutan and,... Read More
UNH student Carrington Cazeau '17
Talk about plum assignments: When Boston native Carrington Cazeau ’17 went to Washington, D.C., for an internship with the U.S. Marshals Service, he... Read More
photo of John E. Limber
John E. Limber, associate professor emeritus of psychology, passed away April 26, 2017. A memorial service will be held May 26, at 5 p.m. at Three... Read More
photo of Charles Simic
Charles Simic has been named the 2017 Golden Wreath award winner of Struga Poetry Evenings. Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH alumna Rebecca Hiltz '16
    - Bridging Borders, Changing Lives
    Thanks to the Stanley A. Hamel Traveling Fellowship, UNH graduates are getting the chance to see Europe — and making connections they never expected. Jeanne Sokolowski, director... Read More
  • photo of Allison Hoey
    - Studio in Italia
    Allison Hoey of Pelham, N.H., and Kelly Sheehan of Brockton, Mass., have received $4,000 scholarships from the COLA Fund for Study in Italy. Read More
  • students working in COLA 401 course
    - Intro to Your Future
    When Jennifer Drohan ’20 began her first semester at UNH last fall, she was ready to study anything and everything. The only problem, she says, was choosing one subject to focus... Read More
  • UNH Orchestra Rehearsal - Peter and the Wolf
    - Almost Curtain Time
    UNH Today went behind the scenes at the UNH Orchestra's last rehearsal before the final performance before tonight's show at Johnson Theatre.   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
  • flute player at UNH student composers concert
    - Sounds of Student Composers
    UNH music students debuted original compositions at the 2017 Student Composers’ Concert on April 21. Their works comprised music for voice and woodwinds, including a sonata for... Read More
  • Making History
    - Making History
    Notable honors. Carefully researched volumes that have claimed the national spotlight. World-renowned scholars. Read More
  • Andrew Abrams
    - The Conundrum of Global Trade
    Five student panelists tackle global economic topics. Read More
  • UNH students discussing their play at the URC
    - Act III: Bringing UNH History to Life
    What does it take to write an original play and the score to accompany it? “A good amount of homework we weren’t expecting,” says one of the cast members. But, boy did it pay off. Read More