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Environment & Energy
We’re dedicated to creating great opportunities across New Hampshire – and we’re incredibly proud of our partnerships with the state to overcome its biggest challenges, including COVID-19. Learn about our contributionsto New Hampshire’s efforts and find helpful resources from UNH Extension for families, communities, businesses and educators.
According to a study by Ken Johnson, Dante Scala, and Andrew Smith, migrants into New Hampshire and those turning 18 in the past four years represent 230,000 potential new voters, or about 20% of those eligible to vote in 2020. Their research was recently cited in an article in the Hastings Tribune.
The New Hampshire Commission to Study School Funding – working with the Carsey School of Public Policy – recently released a report that shows that New Hampshire’s current system for funding schools “may not be working for large segments of students and taxpayers". The commission and members of the Carsey School will examine the report as well as possibilities for more equitable school funding. The commission plans to release its final report later in the year.
UNH will engage middle and high school teachers and students in Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth, Dover and Barrington as well as Lawrence, Mass., to develop a pipeline to support the state’s biotechnology workforce needs through NH CREATES.
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