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Fish Futures

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has recently awarded a team lead by a UNH scientist more than half a million dollars to study how warming waters and migrating fish populations are going to affect fish species in the northwest Atlantic Ocean, whose waters are among the fastest warming on the... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Nurses wearing Evon masks
    - Manufactured Agility
    A few years ago, Tom Moulton ‘77 had a bad experience with a paper face mask. You know, the disposable kind that you might use if you had a cold and were heading out, or like... Read More
  • headshot of history professory Michael Leese
    - NEH Award to Michael Leese
    Michael Leese, assistant professor of history, has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend award to work on his second book, which will focus on the role... Read More
  • Printing Protection
    - Printing Protection
    UNH's 3D printers are contributing to the COVID-19 effort by printing parts for medical face shields. Photo by Heather MacNeill. Read More
  • UNH Alum Ben Fickett helping to bring the Outward Bound collection to UNH
    - Outward Bound Goes Cross-Country
    Four years ago, associate professor of kinesiology Jayson Seaman visited the Colorado Outward Bound School in Leadville, CO, where he met with UNH alum and the school’s director... Read More
  • Boy working on computer
    - UNH Sparked Passion, Capacity for Digital Literacy
    Alison Christians ’15 was halfway through teaching “The Great Gatsby” to her sophomore English class at Exeter High School when she got the email that would change the course of... Read More
  • Jeremy Clague '20, U.S. Marine Corps veteran and neuropsychology major, with his service dog, Buddy
    - In Our Own Voices: Jeremy Clague '20
    Jeremy Clague '20 was serving in the U.S. Marine Corps when a major head injury ended his military career. With his service dog, Buddy, by his side, Clague is now pursuing a ... Read More
  • Kristin Duisberg
    - In This Issue...
    I first heard the name Andrew Lee in 2016, when I was added to a long email thread about the independent study he'd just completed in Paul College for something called "Driven to... Read More
  • Driven to Cure
    - Driving to a Cure
    LAST FALL, when medical tests revealed that Dawn Cockrum’s 8-year-old daughter, Lily, was at high risk for a rare disease called hereditary leiomyomatosis and renal cell cancer (... Read More
  • John Laymon
    - Volunteer Spotlight: John Laymon '73
    FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS, I have truly enjoyed participating in and making a positive impact on diversity at UNH — a never-ending journey. Read More
  • Maryann Plunkett
    - Everywoman
    Photo credit: Ball and AlbaneseThere’s a scene in the 2019 film “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” in which the main character, a young writer who has been assigned to write an... Read More