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News and updates from your UNH Parents Association
 
News and updates from your UNH Parents Association
May 2018  

Win a Year of Free Tuition

Now in its 27th year, the UNH Tuition Drawing Program is a chance to win the equivalent of one year of in-state tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year, excluding room, board and fees. Second prize is $2,000 to help defray tuition or other academic fees, and third prize is $750 to help lower those costs. Entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. on June 25, 2018, for inclusion in the drawing, which will be held June 27. Learn More

The URC in Review

Take a photographic journey through this spring’s Undergraduate Research Conference. Gallery

High Honors

From Gilman recipients to Critical Language Scholarships, from SMART scholars to a Barry Goldwater Scholarship, UNH students received dozens of competitive awards this spring — including a record number of Fulbrights — enabling them to share their expertise at home and abroad. Article

The (603) Challenge Is Almost Here

Mark your calendar for June 3 at noon through June 8 at 6 p.m. and help make a difference for current and future UNH students through The (603) Challenge. This annual, online fundraising campaign offers parents, alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends the chance to make a gift to the area(s) that are most meaningful to them at UNH. And thanks to a generous group of donors underwriting the challenge, these gifts are matched up to $150 per donor until the pool of $150,000 in matching funds runs out. Learn More

In Their Own Words

In this installment of The UNH Podcats, Whitman Constantineau '18, senior outreach and engagement intern at the Sustainability Institute, discusses sustainability, his future career and why he’s passionate about being green. Podcast

Research Spotlight

Whether you’re interested in the impact of bacteria on Great Bay’s oysters, wondering how occupational therapy could help people living with sickle cell disease, fascinated by plant growth or desiring to delve deep into literature, the most recent edition of Inquiry, UNH’s journal of undergraduate research, has something for you. Article