Inclusion

UNH community members getting free haircuts
The Barber Shop is an event that combines culture, conversation and communication to build relationships within the UNH community. Read More
photo of Aria Halliday
A UNH women’s studies faculty member was awarded a Duke University summer fellowship on tenure. Read More
UNH's Lu Ferrell
OMSA's interim director is committed to social justice education and working with underrepresented members of the campus. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Northeast Passage staff working on an adaptive bicycle
    - Northeast Passage Moves to Technology Drive
    Northeast Passage has moved its headquarters to Technology Drive. Read More
  • Students in Africa show their UNH pride
    - CIEGE Wins IIE Grant
    Grant helps UNH's Diversity Abroad Award support international experiences for students. Read More
  • photo of Paul Pouliot, Denise Pouliot and Grace Dietz
    - Indigenous New Hampshire
    When it comes to telling the stories of indigenous people in New Hampshire, the “official” history — found on historical site markers, in textbooks and on public murals, among... Read More
  • UNH researcher Matt MacManes
    - Birdbrained
    At their core, the findings of recent research led by Matt MacManes seem obvious: Males and females are different. Yet the work disrupts a long-held gender bias within... Read More
  • UNH students in Hood House
    - Stairways to Studying Abroad
    Eleven students received study-abroad scholarships this spring. Read More
  • SPARK 2017
    - SPARK 2017
    Flip through the most recent issue of SPARK, UNH’s annual research review. Read More
  • Disability Data
    - Disability Data
    This past November,4,405,000 people with disabilities in the U.S.had jobs. That’s 300,000, or four percent, more people with disabilities who worked than in November 2015, but... Read More
  • Disability Data
    - Disability Data
    This past November, 4,405,000 people with disabilities in the U.S. had jobs. That’s 300,000, or 4 percent, more people with disabilities who worked than in November 2015, but... Read More
  • TSAS student Brian Hunter and advisor Tim Barretto
    - The Music Man
    When he learned about the loss of a music program for special education students, Brian Hunter ’17 found a way to use his passion for music to help others. Read More
  • Wayne Jones, Jr
    - New Leader for College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
    Wayne Jones Jr. will assume leadership of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences effective July 10. Read More