Dimond Library at UNH
Kathrine Aydelott has compiled a resource to help distinguish factual reporting from fake news. Read More
UNH graduate student Abigail D'Ambrosia holding excavation tools
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
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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

Recent Stories

  • photo of Morrill Hall
    - The Significance of Listening
    Education professor Paula M. Salvio co-authors a book on community-based media pedagogies. Read More
  • photo of Eleanor Harrison-Buck
    - Publicly Engaged Humanities
    Eleanor Harrison-Buck has been awarded a $50,000 Whiting Public Engagement Fellowship.  Read More
  • UNH professor Scott Ollinger
    - Excellence in Ecology
    UNH ranks second nationally in ecological research, scholarship. Read More
  • Trappist solar system
    - Spaced Out
    “Astronomy compels the soul to look upward and leads us from this world to another.”       —Plato, The Republic, 342 BCE Last week, when NASA announced the discovery of seven new... Read More
  • 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
  • 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
  • photo of Betsy Carter
    - Visiting Scholar
    Elizabeth Carter, assistant professor of political science, has been named a visiting scholar at Harvard's Center for European Studies. Read More
  • book cover and photo of French
    - Trouble at the Border
    UNH researcher Laurence Armand French has co-authored a book on border conflicts in North America. 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