Students

UNH student Teigue Young '19
College of Health and Human Services student Teigue Young ’19 has been in the exercise science laboratory a lot this summer examining how one of the... Read More
Photo of the ship from a voyage that deployed the first autonomous (robotic) surface vessel — the Bathymetric Explorer and Navigator (BEN) — far above the Arctic Circle.
UNH engineers and students recently returned from a voyage to deploy the first autonomous surface vessel from a NOAA ship. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Alyssa Ware ‘18
    - Hands-on Human Development
    Alyssa Ware ‘18 has the UNH career fair and a social networking career site to thank for landing the job she started shortly after graduating. Oh, and the education she received... Read More
  • Change Agent
    - Change Agent
    Many students enter college with a desire to make the world a better place. Philosophy grad Eden Suoth ’18 is actually doing it.  Read More
  • Planner Extraordinaire
    - Planner Extraordinaire
    Hospitality management graduate Heather Price ’18 explored every speciality before landing on her favorite. Read More
  • Born Leader
    - Born Leader
    Abigail Lehner ’18 credits UNH with helping her develop leadership skills, but we suspect she was born a leader.  Read More
  • Row boats and oars
    - Finding Their Swing
    Robin Ellwood '85, '93G, '13G helped Rye Junior High students find their swing. Read More
  • People hiking along mountain ridge
    - Seeing the Hikers for the Trees
    UNH researchers are monitoring visitor use in the White Mountain National Forest to help managers ease parking and crowding. Read More
  • Natalie Stackhouse '18
    - Falling in Love With Social Work
    Natalie Stackhouse wasn’t sure what to study when she first arrived at UNH. But it didn't take long to find her passion. Read More
  • Nelson Thomas ’20 making his presentation at the Social Innovation showcase.
    - Social Innovation Internships
    Nelson Thomas ’20 was among 24 UNH students who participated in social innovation internships this summer and presented their work July 24.  Read More
  • NH Red chicken
    - New Hampshire Red
    On June 18, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed a bill designating the New Hampshire Red, a chicken bred to withstand hard winters, as the state’s official poultry. Read More
  • Students working in an office in the city
    - Tips to Evaluate a Full-Time Job Offer from a Summer Internship
    Full-time offer at end of a summer internship - Now what?  Five tips to evaluate the offer before you accept or decline.  Read More