Inclusion

New trail signage to highlight Abenaki culture

Pathway to Paying Tribute

Completing a project initially conceived in 2019, a series of four trails and five bridges in the College Brook Ravine area have been named following traditional Abenaki naming conventions to honor the Indigenous people who first occupied the land on which UNH stands. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Members of the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire
    - A Summer in the Spotlight
    Kaley Lambert ’24 found herself in a truly unique and distinctively rewarding position when she secured an internship with the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire (RFFNH)... Read More
  • Two researchers stand in front of a red robot
    - Aging Assistance
    An interdisciplinary team of UNH researchers has received a $2.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop technology that could help seniors age in place. Read More
  • Two elderly women, one white and one Black, toss a green balloon
    - Research Snapshot: Pastimes With a Balloon
    “Eunice and Elinah are residents of an old age home run by an Afrikaner women’s charity in small town South Africa. After white-minority rule ended in 1994, old age homes, like... Read More
  • A Wildcat Welcome
    - A Wildcat Welcome
    UNH began welcoming members of its largest incoming undergraduate class since 2018 to campus with a host of orientation events throughout the month of June. 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
  • Commemorating Juneteenth
    - Commemorating Juneteenth
    Richard Haynes, long-time UNH admissions associate director, shares his thoughts regarding Juneteenth as not only a holiday, but a collective time of reflection. UNH will be... Read More
  • UNH Sustainability award
    - Sustainability Award/ Lifetime Achievement
    On May 10th, the IOD received a Lifetime Achievement UNH Sustainability Award in the staff category. The Sustainability Awards program at UNH celebrates and incentivizes... Read More
  • True Colors
    - True Colors
    It was purple hair that first prompted Camryn Berry to feel she’d found a home at UNH as a woman in STEM. It was a pink lab coat that opened the door for thousands to share in her... Read More
  • Two researchers stand in front of a red robot
    - CoRE Strength
    For five years, UNH's CoRE program has jump-started interdisciplinary collaborations. Read More
  • Two female graduate students stand outdoors with their arms around each other
    - Deconstructing Bias
    Three young researchers -- and many more -- are leading efforts to help UNH geosciences become more inclusive. Read More