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Pomp and Pandemic

Pomp and Pandemic

UNH leaders hooded New Hampshire public health leader Beth Daly '02, who received a DrPH from University of North Carolina, in a remote ceremony on campus. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Rachel Campagna
    - No Second Chance to Make Trusting First Impression - or is There?
    In business, as in life, it is important to make a good first impression and, according to research at UNH, a positive initial interaction can be helpful in building a lasting... Read More
  • Headshot of professor Serita Frey
    - Soil Synthesis
    Serita Frey, Professor of Natural Resources and the EnvironmentA new National Science Foundation grant will support UNH efforts to understand the impact of three significant... Read More
  • Mechanical engineering technology students works in UNH Manchester machine shop
    - Engineer Your Future
    Discover how UNH Manchester's ABET-accredited engineering technology programs prepare you with the hands-on experience and industry connections for a lucrative engineering career... Read More
  • UNH Voices of Wildcats: Oscany Rodriguez DeJesus '21
    - UNH Voices of Wildcats: Oscany Rodriguez DeJesus '21
    Oscany Rodriguez DeJesus '21 transferred from Manchester Community College to UNH to study mechanical engineering. The first in her family to attend a four-year college, she has... Read More
  • aerial view of campus in the snow
    - Racism In Science
    There is data that supports the racism that’s at play when more Black people than white are stopped while driving. Or denied housing in an area despite the fact that redlining... Read More
  • Professor James Ramsay, Ph.D., will lead a virtual info session about UNH's homeland security program on March 2.
    - Explore Homeland Security
    Discover how UNH's homeland security program prepares you to identify and address challenges of national and international significance at our virtual info session on March 2 at 5... Read More
  • group of students outside clinic where COVID vaccines were given
    - Helping to End the Fear
    Early in December, when the state of New Hampshire was expecting its first shipments of COVID-19 vaccines, officials sought help with distribution. Volunteers who would assist... Read More
  • Students rock climbing for therapy
    - The Wilderness As Therapy
    Getting outside can do more for teens than keep them physically fit. It can also be good for them mentally. UNH’s Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Center will receive $2.97 million... Read More
  • Communication Arts students use film equipment at UNH Manchester
    - Explore Communication Arts
    Discover how UNH Manchester's communication arts program prepares you with the skills and experience to turn your passion into a profession at our virtual info session on February... Read More
  • Students in class at UNH Manchester
    - Get Down to Business
    Discover how UNH Manchester's business program prepares you with the skills and connections to become a successful, innovative leader at our virtual info session on February 24 at... Read More