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UNH Success Stories

  • Fighting Suicide with Science
    August 16th, 2018
    suicide infographic   Michael Staley didn’t plan to be the first person in America to have his job, but his life experiences were preparing him for exactly that. Staley, a doctoral candidate in sociology at UNH, has been making headlines for his work as Utah’s psychological autopsy examiner, a post in the Office of the Medical Examiner that was created by the legislature in direct response to the state’s suicide problem. Headlines about celebrity suicides have been dominating recent news cycles, and a Centers for Disease Control study indicates suicide rates have been on the climb across the country in the past 20 years. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), referencing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) WISQARS Leading Causes of Death Reports, which examined data from 1999 to...
  • Shaping a Career From Shifting Sands
    August 14th, 2018
    Woman with long brown hair, blue shirt and red life vest stands next to a tank of water while holding a long black cylinder. Meagan Wengrove ('18G) has carved her career out of water and sand movement, thanks in part to the evolution of the UNH Marine School. 
  • Metaphysics of Mind and More
    August 10th, 2018
    photo of Willem deVries UNH has been awarded a NEH grant for a seminar on philosophy.
  • Above the Bar
    August 9th, 2018
    UNH's Andrew Shapiro '21 Andrew Shapiro '21 has been busy this summer, training to break three world records for a good cause.
  • To See the Bottom of the Sea
    August 8th, 2018
    Photo of the ship from a voyage that deployed the first autonomous (robotic) surface vessel — the Bathymetric Explorer and Navigator (BEN) — far above the Arctic Circle. UNH engineers and students recently returned from a voyage to deploy the first autonomous surface vessel from a NOAA ship.
  • Seed Coats Could Lead to “Smart” Materials, New UNH research Finds
    August 8th, 2018
    Four images of the purslane seed, including two under microscope UNH researchers found the puzzle-like structure of the delicate seed coat of plants like purslane could hold the secret to creating new smart materials.