Gulf of Maine

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

  • Journalism professor Tom Haines
    - Journalism Professor Tom Haines Talk COVID-19
    Professor Tom Haines, director of the UNH journalism program, talks with UNH PodCats about COVID-19 and its impact on national, regional and local news outlets.    Read More
  • Atrium in Paul College
    - A Wealth of Support
    Like many others, when the severity and scope of the COVID-19 pandemic began to sink in several weeks ago and businesses throughout New Hampshire and the country began to shut... Read More
  • Jamila Peguero ’21  and Jacob Claire '21
    - A Little Bright Light
    Jacob Claire ’21 was working at the contact center for Service Credit Union and had planned to work from home when COVID-19 hit. But he ran into technical difficulties and wasn’t... Read More
  • 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
  • Student studying at kitchen table with her dog on a chair
    - Routine Maintenance
    Molly George’s new neighbor in class doesn’t say much, tends to have a short attention span and is easily distracted by objects that make noise. She also happens to be a 10-year-... Read More
  • face masks
    - A Little Batch Of Helping
    During spring break, Laura Howard ’20 helped sew face masks for area healthcare workers. Her mother and sister helped, too. Read More
  • Mahad Khan '21, politics and society major at UNH Manchester
    - In Our Own Voices: Mahad Khan '21
    Mahad Khan '21 created the Muslim Student Association at UNH Manchester to bring awareness and a sense of community to his culture. The politicsc and society major shares his... Read More
  • students pictures on Zoom
    - How The Show Will Go On
    Some historical references place the first use of the expression “the show must go on” back in the 1800s when circus performers continued their acts regardless of tigers on the... Read More
  • headbands made with 3D printer
  • 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