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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

  • MSW students during fieldwork meeting
    - Three UNH College of Health and Human Services graduate programs earn top 100 from U.S. News & World Report
    Master's programs in occupational therapy, nursing and social work have earned rankings of #36, #68 and #94, respectively, from U.S. News & World Report.  Read More
  • Students in the lab at UNH Manchester
    - From Here to Healthcare Career
    The Health Professions Program at UNH is designed to help students who have a bachelor's degree pursue professional or graduate study in various health fields. Read More
  • Cole Riel '17 headshot, Communication Arts graduate at UNH Manchester
    - From Communications to Community Engagement
    After earning his degree in communication arts, Cole Riel ’17 moved from a diverse political career into a community engagement role at the Greater Manchester Chamber. Read More
  • Biotechnology major Ethan Edwards '23 processes nasal swabs in UNH Manchester's on-campus COVID testing lab.
    - Making the Most of Research Opportunities
    From the time he was a freshman, biotechnology major Ethan Edwards '23 has taken advantage of all the hands-on experiences UNH Manchester could provide, from conducting and ... Read More
  • Audrey Beaudoin '18 at commencement
    - Success in the Psych Field
    Audrey Beaudoin '17 graduated with a B.A. in psychology in 2018 and quickly secured a job with Easterseals as a registered behavior technician in their Autism Services program. Read More
  • Illustrated postcard of Italian landscape
    - Going Places
    When it came time to choose a college, Madison Hoppler ’24 opted for the financial security of the campus located practically in her backyard over a more focused pursuit of her... Read More
  • Alyssa Stasse examines oysters collected from the Great Bay Estuary
    - Pearl of Hope
    UNH researchers have collected new data that will aid oyster restoration in New Hampshire's Great Bay Estuary and support ongoing efforts to understand the ecological changes... Read More
  • Nursing major Alex Carbone '22 in the UNH Health Sciences Simulation Center
    - Prepared for a Career in Patient Care
    Even as a child, Alex Carbone knew he wanted to pursue a career in the medical field. Fast forward 15-plus years, and the senior nursing major from Exeter, New Hampshire is ... Read More
  • Claire FitzMorris '17
    - From Wildcat to Coverdell Fellow
    Claire FitzMorris '17 was a UNH undergradate studying abroad in Spain when an excursion to a new location changed her life. After serving in the Peace Corps in Morocco, FitzMorris... Read More
  • A Groundbreaking Achievement
    - A Groundbreaking Achievement
    Abrita Kuthumi ’21, the first Marshall Scholar in UNH's history, discusses the path she took to arrive at UNH and ultimately earn the prestigious distinction. Read More