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  • UNH hires new CDO 

    “UNH has considerable work to do to address systemic racism and how to become antiracist in our respective roles as students, faculty, staff and alumni,” said UNH President James W. Dean Jr.

  • UNH Faculty Voice Need for Change 

    "We need to embrace our differences rather than be afraid of them.

  • New Leader and New Name for OMSA 

    "The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs has been changed to The Beauregard Center for Equity and Liberation in memory of Aulbani J.

Voices of UNH Wildcats

UNH gave Alexis Gray the confidence to be the person she wanted to be, and now her career is taking off. The economics major at Paul College of Business and Economics has secured a job as a member of L.L. Bean’s media team.

  • Tamara Marcus PH.D student

    “I want to understand what indigenous communities already know about climate change through generational and observational knowledge and understand how scientists can better engage the communities in which they work to produce a more collaborative approach to research,” she says.

  • Christina Eddleman'19

    Christina Eddleman (Environmental Engineering, '19) is an honors student who has received a Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarship, Her sponsoring facility is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Chicago District. She was recently involved with a project to bring clean water to Malawi Village in Africa.

  • Curtis Linton 21

    The McNair program has helped me apply the tools I get from classes and learn in a more productive manner,” Linton says. During the summer, Linton, a member of the National Society of Black Engineers, was one of 15 students to present their research at the UNH McNair Scholar research symposium. Following that event, he traveled to California and shared his work on a weightless exercise system for outer space with students and experts at UCLA.

  • Walkania "Mily" Santos '19

    Learning What's Possible

    There aren’t a lot of white people in the Bronx, Santos says. At UNH, it is just the opposite. But it wasn’t the lack of a diverse population that she found challenging; it was the small things, like figures of speech and expressions. Her plan to become a doctor is rooted in her experience growing up in the Dominican Republic where access to medical care is limited.

  • Monica Quimby '09

    Monica sustained a spinal cord injury in a skiing accident, she now works as an Adjunct Professor at Southern Maine Community College and works as an advocate for people with disabilities.

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