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Career and Professional Success connects employers to talented and hardworking students from all majors and degree levels for employment, internships and recruiting opportunities

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Diversity and Inclusion


Learn how UNH elevates our employer partners who hire with inclusivity, diversity, and equity in mind

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Recruiting Events

Recent Success Stories

  • The University of New Hampshire Graduate School held its commencement ceremony on Memorial Field on Friday, May 20, the first of five commencement ceremonies celebrated on the Durham campus during the weekend. Kurk Dorsey, professor and chair of the history department and winner of the 2021 Award for Graduate Faculty Mentor at UNH's Faculty Excellence Awards, delivered an address to the graduates. To see a full video of the Graduate School ceremony, click here.  And to view comprehensive photo coverage from the day, you can view our Flickr gallery here. 
  • UNH celebrated the Durham undergraduate Class of 2022 at commencement festivities on campus May 21 and 22, sending the graduates off with four ceremonies on Memorial Field between Saturday and Sunday. The keynote address was delivered by Martin Kimani '96, Kenya's ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations. Martin also received an honorary degree. The celebrations kicked off Saturday morning with the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, followed that afternoon by the College of Liberal Arts. Sunday's events recognized graduates from the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics in the morning before a joint session for the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences and the College of Health and Human Services in the afternoon. To see full videos of each of...
  • Spark, UNH’s annual review of research and scholarship, is here. This issue highlights many pride points of the past year — record external funding for our research, honors and accolades for our faculty and graduate students, efforts toward making UNH research more inclusive — as well as several ways UNH research improves the lives of people here in the Granite State.
  • In 2015, a county agent for UNH Extension started paying closer attention to Franklin, New Hampshire, a small city situated 20 miles north of Concord. Nestled at the intersection of three rivers, Franklin was a struggling former mill town that had spent several unsuccessful decades trying to forge a new identity. “There was a real sense that nothing ever happens here,” says Franklin Mayor Jo Brown, a native of the city. “There was just this pervasive loss of confidence in the town and community.” Franklin Mayor Jo Brown, left, and UNH Extension's Charlie French.But the Extension agent saw potential for a renewed Franklin. What could be done with the river fronts? How could the old downtown brick buildings be repurposed? How could the region’s population surge translate into a healthier...
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