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UNH researchers say cactus mice could teach humans something about surviving severe dehydration. Read More
SEM image of volcanic ash
New UNH research will help scientists measure, and thus predict the movement of, tiny particles like ash from volcanic eruptions. Read More
On Location: The Philippines
Gina Occhipinti ’18 takes over Snapchat to bring viewers along for her Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Laguna, Philippines. Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH researcher Win Watson
    - A Deep Dive on a Keystone Species
    Watch how UNH professor Win Watson and graduate student Meghan Owings are helping save horseshoe crabs. Read More
  • Onni Irish ‘16G
    - Four Graduates in Four Countries
    Four recent graduates of UNH will be abroad this fall studying, teaching and conducting research through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Read More
  • Live from Greece
    - Live from Greece
    From the Temple of the Oracle to classes in Athens to the Theatre of Dionysus in the Acropolis Museum, Audrey Getman ’19 takes over Snapchat to bring viewers along for her summer... Read More
  • Students in Africa show their UNH pride
    - CIEGE Wins IIE Grant
    Grant helps UNH's Diversity Abroad Award support international experiences for students. Read More
  • Amadou Hamady
    - The New Americans
    MSW student Kim Blank discusses her internship experience with Amadou Hamady as associate professor Melissa Wells observes.When Amadou Hamady ’10G came to the United States from... Read More
  • UNH graduate and Planet Fitness CEO Chris Rondeau in gym in Portsmouth, N.H.
    - In the Judgment Free Zone®
    Chris Rondeau ’94 was studying business at UNH back in the early 1990s when he picked up a part-time job at a new gym in nearby Dover. After graduation he went full time at that... Read More
  • UNH's Jeanne Sowers
    - Sowers Receives Gerda Henkel Stiftung Foundation Grant
    Professor honored with grant supporting research on environmental infrastructure targeting in Middle Eastern wars. Read More
  • UNH student Carrington Cazeau '17
    - Career Minded
    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 was one of only four assigned... Read More
  • photo of Charles Simic
    - Poetry's Golden Wreath
    Charles Simic has been named the 2017 Golden Wreath award winner of Struga Poetry Evenings. Read More
  • 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