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Recent Success Stories

  • Chemistry Ph.D. candidate Nick Pollack has been selected for the U.S. Department of Energy's prestigious Graduate Student Research Program.
  • UNH Extension received two grants that will support their work in managing and protecting the state's forests.
  • In 2009, Aboubacar Konate ’17 arrived in Boston from his native Guinea not able to speak a single word of English. He had left his West African homeland in the midst of a military coup d'etat that had soldiers patrolling the streets of Conakry, the country’s capital city where he lived, and residents living in fear, the threat of violence looming just around every corner. Less than a decade later, Konate — better known as AK to most — had earned a civil engineering degree from UNH and landed a job as a structural designer in Boston. His journey from Guinea, a country known for political unrest and economic instability, to his current life as an engineering professional on the rise is a result of resilience, determination and a lot of hard work. A commitment to school and learning helped...
  • It was less than four months ago that Eric Ciarla ’22 and Caleb Peffer ’22 were shaking hands with UNH President Jim Dean as they collected their diplomas at commencement. Now they and their fellow founders of SideGuide, Nicolas Silberstein Camara ’21 and Garrett Frohman ’21, are routinely shaking hands with some of the giants in the tech industry. SideGuide, a platform helping tech companies speed up product implementation that was created by a quartet representing three colleges at UNH, has achieved some significant milestones in the few short months since its final two founders departed Durham, most notably earning entrance into Y Combinator, one of the most prestigious startup accelerators in the country that brings with it a deep network of connections and a seed investment of $500,...
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