Recent Stories

  • EcoQuest alumni listen to the speakers during the 20th anniversary celebration in the Huddleston Ballroom.
    - New Zealand Study-Abroad Program Turns 20
    COLSA is celebrating 20 years of the New Zealand study-abroad program EcoQuest. Read More
  • Memorial Bridge
  • Dam Dilemma
    - Dam Dilemma
    New survey data shows that New Hampshire residents favor removing dams unless they're providing hydropower. Read More
  • Field Work in the Ipswich Watershed
    - From Sweden to New England: Measuring GHG Emissions in Wetlands
    Paige Clarizia, a graduate student in UNH’s department of Earth sciences and recipient of UNH’s Summer Teaching Award Fellowship, is spending her summer collecting data on... Read More
  • Tamara Marcus smiles at the camera wearing an orange printed top
    - Making Climate Connections
    Tamara Marcus researching methane emissions from permafrost in northern Sweden. Photo by Ruth Varner.Tamara Marcus, a graduate student in UNH’s Natural Resources and Earth System... Read More
  • Sustained Generosity
    - Sustained Generosity
    On May 30, members of the university's Lifetime Giving Societies were celebrated for what they make possible at UNH during the All Hail event held at the Dimond Library. The event... Read More
  • Flooded road blocked with yellow tape and "high water" sign
    - Pounding the Pavement
    New research from UNH shows that thicker asphalt could extend the life cycle of roads — and save money — as the effects of climate change stress them. Read More
  • Four horseshoe crabs partially submerged near shoreline
    - Crabs in Peril
    New research from UNH has found that horseshoe crabs, whose blue blood is harvested by the biomedical industry for its unique ability to test devices and injectable drugs for... Read More
  • Melissa Aikens, assistant professor biological sciences
    - The Long Trajectory
    "I’m a classic case of having had an amazing teacher who challenged me." Read More
  • A Great Challenge
    - A Great Challenge
    Jake Remick ’19 spent much of his time at UNH juggling his engineering courses and his duties as an ROTC cadet. Read More