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Campus Countdown; Classroom Ready

  Marking off the safe seats UNH has been working diligently to implement a safe in-person environment for the fall semester. Following public health guidelines and relying on the latest science, academic buildings classrooms and labs are be modified to be as safe as possible. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Great Bay in fall
    - Living Laboratory
    Anna Lowien, a masters student in the natural resources department, was recently awarded an inaugural Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship through the National Oceanic and... Read More
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  • Admissions tour
    - Checking Out Campus
    In-person tours of campus have returned at UNH, with visitors and tour leaders adhering to strict COVID-19 guidelines. Tours are available through Aug. 21. Read More
  • “Yours For The Building”
    - “Yours For The Building”
    “For more than 30 years, John Lewis has had an unwavering commitment to the civil rights movement,” then-UNH President Dale Nitzschke said in his 1994 introduction of that year’s... Read More
  • Abigail Baker
    - Being Part of the Wave
    There’s a pretty big gap between a career in design research and one in occupational therapy, but Abigail Baker has found herself a bridge. Not only that, she’s been awarded a $10... Read More
  • Kate Slater
    - A World Shaped By Race
    In the two months since George Floyd was killed by police, protesters have continued to call for change. They might not march every day in every city, but they are still marching. Read More
  • KIngsbury Hall
    - New Pathways That Could Help Treat RNA Viruses Discovered
    UNH researchers have identified new pathways in an RNA-based virus where inhibitors, like medical treatments, unbind. The finding could be beneficial in understanding how these... Read More
  • Meet Peer Assistant Leader Jamila Peguero '21, a psychology major and graduate of Timberlane Regional High School.
    - Orientation Leader Spotlight: Jamila Peguero '21
    Get to know Jamila Peguero '21, one of our orientation and peer assistant leaders who helps incoming first-year students adjust to life at UNH Manchester. Read More
  • Trust Me
    - Trust Me
    The latest in a series of studies commissioned by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) and the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) found that academic-... Read More
  • ‘Daddy, I’m bored.’
    - ‘Daddy, I’m bored.’
    Nick Mian, a clinical child psychologist and assistant professor of psychology at UNH Manchester, published a piece in the Boston Globe about kids dealing with unstructured time... Read More