Global Reach

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Gilman Scholarships Send Eight Students Abroad

Eight UNH students will set out for global destinations this spring as recipients of the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, immersing themselves in cultures and studying in locales as far flung as Tanzania and the Gold Coast of Australia. Read More

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    - UNH Researchers to Help Identify Barriers of Manufacturing in Space
    Imagine being tens or even hundreds of thousands of miles from Earth and needing a specific part vital for a space endeavor. Now imagine instead of having to return to Earth or... Read More
  • Never Forget
    - Never Forget
    Today, less than ten percent of the genes of Jews living in the 13th century still exist. Think about that for a second. When we talk about genocide, that’s the kind of impact... Read More
  • Alioune Mzeirigue headshot
    - Promoting Peace and Human Security
    For Alioune Mzeirigue, the turbulent state of global current affairs sparked a passion to promote peace and human security. Now, he's pursuing a master's in global conflict and... Read More
  • The Stordalen mire in Abisko, Sweden, a subarctic region where Assistant Professor Jessica Ernakovich has collected data on soil microbes in permafrost.
    - Microbial Ecologist Honored with CAREER Award
    The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently recognized Jessica Ernakovich, assistant professor of natural resources and the environment, with a prestigious $1.1 million CAREER... Read More
  • Students walking on campus
    - Kick-starting Carbon Footprint Analysis
    Faculty and staff at UNH’s Changemaker Collaborative have been awarded a grant of $27,540 from the Henry David Thoreau Foundation to help fund a clinic centered around carbon... Read More
  • Brett White '21G, graduate of the UNH Master of Science in cybersecurity policy and risk management
    - Cybersecurity Spotlight: Brett White '21G
    What began as a "love affair" with UNH Wildcats hockey eventually led Brett White '21G to pursue UNH's online master's in cybersecurity policy and risk management from his native... Read More
  • Nishanth Arulappan, a UNH student in the global conflict and human security program
    - Creating Positive Change in Areas of Fragility
    Nishanth Arulappan was mid-way through medical school when he realized medicine could not be the sole focus of his career. He felt there was more – more of life to experience and... Read More
  • UNH clinical assistant professor of kinesiology Ben Towne
    - Beijing Bound
    For the second time in eight years, clinical assistant professor of kinesiology Ben Towne will serve as athletic trainer to the U.S. Bobsled/Skeleton team at the Olympic Winter... Read More
  • High-frequency water quality sensor
    - Going With The Flow
    Climate change is expected to cause more droughts and stronger storms, and a new UNH study suggests that as these precipitation extremes grow more common the effect on water... 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