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UNH Success Stories

  • Under the Starry Flag
    March 19th, 2019
    headshot of Lucy Salyer In a new book, Lucy Salyer explores the history of expatriation rights.
  • Partners in Research
    March 18th, 2019
    Partners in Research UNH President James Dean and senior vice provost for research Jan Nisbet introduce this issue of Spark.
  • A Perfect Partnership
    March 18th, 2019
    A Perfect Partnership Students in UNH’s brewing program have brewed a pale ale using squash grown as part of the NH Agricultural Experiment Station’s cucurbit breeding program.
  • Watershed Wisdom
    March 16th, 2019
    Map of coastal town When it comes to tackling the complex environmental challenges New Hampshire communities frequently face, developing productive partnerships with academic researchers is often an iterative process. Community members and stakeholders provide their perspectives on what’s really happening in their towns and scientists make adjustments to their studies along the way so that the research is as accurate and useful to the community as possible. Collaboration is crucial. Everyone benefits from learning each other’s needs and pressures, and the process helps to build trust. Hampton Beach, N.H. floods regularly during the extreme high tides known as king tides. Photo by Will Brown.This shift is abundantly evident in northern New England, where UNH researchers are engaging with local stakeholders to...
  • Top Honor
    March 13th, 2019
    photo of Thompson Hall Siobhan Senier, professor of English, is named the 2019 Lindberg Award winner in COLA.
  • A Mind of One’s Own
    March 12th, 2019
    photo of four women at conference Twenty-five years ago, the book, “A Mind of One’s Own,” broke ground in feminist philosophy.