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Celebrating UDay 2022

Celebrating UDay 2022

UNH hosted its annual University Day (Uday) celebration Wednesday, Sept. 7, bringing students, staff, faculty and Durham community members together to celebrate. Read More

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  • Remote Alaskan mountain with snow in foreground
    - Baking and Quaking
    With $1.7 million in National Science Foundation funding, UNH researchers will study how climate change in the Arctic could affect earthquake-related disasters. Read More
  • Welcome, New Wildcats
    - Welcome, New Wildcats
    Campus officially came back to life after the summer break with the arrival of the Class of 2026 for move-in day on Friday, Aug. 26. Read More
  • Nate Rowe on the beach
    - How Nate Rowe ’25 Became 'King Tuna'
    Nate Rowe ’25 had no idea when he reported to his summer gig as a lifeguard in Harwich, Massachusetts one Wednesday in early August that he was about to become a local hero and... Read More
  • Watching War, From a World Away
    - Watching War, From a World Away
    In the first days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Olivia Babin, administrative coordinator in UNH’s languages, literatures and cultures department, couldn’t sleep. “All I did... Read More
  • Time to Submit Commencement Nominations
    - Time to Submit Commencement Nominations
    UNH is accepting nominations for 2023 commencement speakers. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the university are invited to submit ideas. With the shift to college... Read More
  • Bikes lined up
    - Ready to Ride
    “Ding! Ding!” The bright chiming of a bicycle bell never sounded so cheerful to Steve Pesci, special projects director for UNH Facilities. Over 20 years, Pesci has worked with... Read More
  • Three researchers walk through a salt marsh at sunrise
    - Research Snapshot: Early Birds
    UNH researchers study tidal marsh sparrows to understand how they're adapted to living in the harsh environment of salt marshes. Read More
  • Being the Change
    - Being the Change
    Sophia Bolduc ’23 enjoyed a rewarding internship experience with the Community Action Partnership of Strafford County this summer, gaining experience in marketing and... Read More
  •  Laura Kloepper and her winged research assistant collect data on bat movement.
    - Hawks on the Hunt
    A study by UNH researcher Laura Kloepper recently published in Nature Communications aids our understanding of how predators select and track a target among thousands of potential... Read More
  • Words of Wildcat Wisdom
    - Words of Wildcat Wisdom
    A new class of first-year students and their families will be arriving at UNH this weekend as students move onto campus for the start of the fall semester. So who better to ask... Read More