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  • Fardeen Siddiqui '23 in the lab at UNH Manchester
    - Millyard Scholar Spotlight
    "It is going to be the future of humanity." This is how Fardeen Siddiqui ‘23 described the field of biotechnology—and the reason he chose to pursue a degree in biotech at UNH... Read More
  • aerial view of Thompson Hall
    - If You Need a Helping Hand
    UNH has made it a habit to be there for students in times of need. A few years ago, when an undergraduate’s research project revealed some students on campus were going hungry, a... Read More
  • Boy working on computer
    - UNH Sparked Passion, Capacity for Digital Literacy
    Alison Christians ’15 was halfway through teaching “The Great Gatsby” to her sophomore English class at Exeter High School when she got the email that would change the course of... Read More
  • The Doctor is Still In
    - The Doctor is Still In
    The training UNH students received in the telehealth lab, and the equipment UNH has been able to share with area healthcare providers, is making a difference for those who might... Read More
  • Hamel Rec Center set up with cots
    - Getting to Yes
    Organizing donations of personal protective equipment to distribute to local caregivers. Preparing the Hamel Rec Center to serve as an overflow facility for individuals who are... Read More
  • UNH Faculty to Students: We’re Here for You
    - UNH Faculty to Students: We’re Here for You
    We’re all in this together, Wildcats. We can’t wait for all the great things we’ll do together this semester. Read More
  • child writing on paper
    - From Parent to Teacher
    As the coronavirus continues to spread, keeping schools across the country closed, children from elementary to high school are transitioning to virtual learning that can be done ... Read More
  • Jeremy Clague '20, U.S. Marine Corps veteran and neuropsychology major, with his service dog, Buddy
    - In Our Own Voices: Jeremy Clague '20
    Jeremy Clague '20 was serving in the U.S. Marine Corps when a major head injury ended his military career. With his service dog, Buddy, by his side, Clague is now pursuing a ... Read More
  • Boston graphic
    - People and Place and Need
    James Smugereski ’19 never planned on working for a nonprofit. He was a business major, with a focus in finance. He interned at one of the country’s largest insurance companies —... Read More