Future Wildcats

Gregg Moore and Michelle Fournet

Caribbean Partnership Expands

Gregg Moore, coastal restoration ecologist and associate professor in the department of biological sciences, has invited Michelle Fournet and Laura Kloepper, both visiting assistant professors in the department of biological sciences, to contribute to the ecological restoration work in the British... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Inquiry Spring 2022
    - Inquiry Spring 2022
    The annual issue of Inquiry is now available. The research journal offers articles and commentaries on undergraduate research from current and recently graduated UNH students. Read More
  • Students getting haircuts in Lundholm Gym
    - Styled Up
    Three barbers from D’Cachet Barber Shop in Roslindale, Massachusetts, visited UNH on Tuesday as part of a diversity, equity and inclusion event that offered free haircuts to... Read More
  • Undergraduate Research Conference from above
    - The 2022 URC is Underway
    UNH's annual Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) — one of the largest and most diverse conferences of its kind in the country — is officially underway, celebrating its 23rd... Read More
  • Students walking on campus
    - Kick-starting Carbon Footprint Analysis
    Faculty and staff at UNH’s Changemaker Collaborative have been awarded a grant of $27,540 from the Henry David Thoreau Foundation to help fund a clinic centered around carbon... Read More
  • Campus aerial photo in fall
    - Getting SMART
    Six University of New Hampshire students have been awarded Science, Math and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarships from the Department of Defense, the largest number of... Read More
  • Student receiving a haircut.
    - Bringing Cuts to Campus
    UNH will be hosting three barbers from Boston on April 19 who will offer free haircuts to students – catering to all hair types and styles – in a return to a diversity, equity and... Read More
  • Female student pushes a GPS cart across a beach in winter
    - Research Snapshot: Beach Bombs
    UNH researchers measure the shifting sands of N.H. beaches to understand where unexploded ordnances may be hiding. Read More
  • Making a SPLASH
    - Making a SPLASH
    The 2022 UNH Dance Company just wrapped up its slate of performances of SPLASH, a production several years in the making that aims to bring attention to the impact litter has on... Read More
  • Neuropsychology students at UNH Manchester studying brain anatomy in psychobiology class
    - New Scholarship Supports Behavioral Health Programs
    To foster workforce development in human services and behavioral health fields, the University of New Hampshire at Manchester has partnered with Network4Health to introduce the... Read More
  • Nishanth Arulappan, a UNH student in the global conflict and human security program
    - Creating Positive Change in Areas of Fragility
    Nishanth Arulappan was mid-way through medical school when he realized medicine could not be the sole focus of his career. He felt there was more – more of life to experience and... Read More