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Changed for the Better

Changed for the Better

Hannah Donahue ’22 may not, by her own admission,  have been quite ready to say goodbye to UNH in the days leading up to graduation this spring, but thanks to her time on campus she was more than ready for the next step in her journey — a full-time position at HubSpot. Read More

Recent Stories

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    - Beijing Bound
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    - One Million And Counting
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    - Going With The Flow
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  • UNH Manchester's STEM Teaching Fellows meet via Zoom with Boys and Girls Club STEM director Keith Darling to plan outreach activities
    - STEM Outreach Success
    The COVID pandemic provided no shortage of opportunities for organizations to adapt, and that’s precisely what four STEM Teaching Fellows did when they developed outreach... Read More
  • Dean Dillon at podium
    - Rolling Up Our Sleeves
    New lab is a hub for engaging with global racial and social inequality. Read More
  • Two middle school students, a boy and a girl, work together on a computer.
    - The Language of STEM
    With $3.5 million from the Department of Education, UNH researchers will enhance STEM understanding among N.H.'s English learners. Read More
  • group of students in front of Hannaford's
    - “Many Thanks for Your Words”
    Conversational English class helps UNH housekeepers feel more at home in America. Read More
  • student standing outside Little Indonesia storefront in Somersworth
    - Going Local
    New fellowship connects student with a New Hampshire Indonesian community. Read More
  • photo of mural
    - Hope is a Discipline
    Campus mural brings a splash of color and hope for social justice. Read More