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  • Professor Mahmud at the University of Oxford

    Faculty Travel Reports from Summer 2019

    The Global Education Center annually awards grants to faculty to present their research at conferences, collaborate with colleagues and make new connections around the world, conduct hands-on work, promote interest in UNH, and explore resources for developing a study abroad program. In 2019, faculty accomplished this in the fields of science, engineering, business, and culture. Applications for international development grants are offered in spring and fall.  Read More
  • courtesy photo of students in CONNECT

    In Case You Missed It - Fall 2019

    Congratulations to the men's soccer team on winning their second straight America East Tournament championship!https://www.unh.edu/unhtoday/2019/11/soccers-second-straight  Read More
  • Pratik Aghor

    Seeing Beauty in Math

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  • Engineering professor Ray Cook with therapy-dog-in-training Tucker
  • Sryiaa Shah ’18 (l) learns how to use the CNC Mill in the ECenter Makerspace

    International Students Benefit from UNH ECenter Resources

    The Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center, known around campus as the ECenter, might be the best little-known resource for UNH students, faculty, staff, and alumni looking to expand their experiential learning opportunities while gaining funding support for academic endeavors. With a number of donor-funded programs designed to increase student idea development and engagement with innovative thinking on campus, the ECenter provides students with coaching, mentoring, and programmatic support to pursue real-world ideas outside the classroom.  Read More
  • Jofrdan Lachance in front of Les Deux Magots restaurant in France

    Architectural Diplomacy - Palace of Versailles & Washington D.C.

    I had the incredible opportunity to travel to France as a Stanley A. Hamel fellow this year. My fellowship objectives included learning more about the role of French architecture in the urban planning and design of Washington, D.C., developing a deeper understanding of the diplomatic relationship between France and the United States, and identifying some of the cultural heritage preservation methods deemed most effective by professionals working in the field today.  Read More
  • Some happy Global Leadership Experience workshop participants

    Opening Minds Through a Global Leadership Experience

    Participants and program staff of GLE workshopAn open mind = an open world emerged as the catchphrase for students who attended the first Global Leadership Experience (GLE).  This Global Education Center program, led by two OISS advisors and program staff at the Essex Wood Meeting and Retreat Center,  Read More
  • Tomer Ketter (GEBCO '14) pictured here on one of his many ocean excursions.

    Charting New Courses: From GEBCO Alum to Seabed 2030

    Tomer Ketter (GEBCO '14) on one of his many excursions at seaTomer Ketter, originally from Israel, graduated from the GEBCO program at the University of New Hampshire in 2014 with a graduate certificate in Advanced Ocea  Read More
  • STUDENTS FROM JAPAN, NORWAY, THE UNITED STATES AND PUERTO RICO STAND NEXT TO THE ROCKET THAT HELPED THEM STUDY THE AURORA ABOVE THE ARCTIC CIRCLE. PHOTO COURTESY OF NASA/CHRIS PERRY.

    In Case You Missed It - Spring 2019

    Students from Japan, Norway, the U.S., and Puerto Rico stand next to the rocket that helped them study the aurora above the artic circle.  Read More
  • Lou Tisa (l.) in his lab