Inclusion

UNH student reading to small children
UNH and the CLC are helping bring diverse books and social justice education training to aspiring teachers. Read More
ROTC students at flagpole on Veterans Day
UNH ROTC students held a vigil at the Thompson Hall flagpole Friday, Nov. 9,  in honor of Veterans Day.  Read More
THe UNH campus in fall
As the nation mourns the loss of innocent lives in recent shootings, UNH reaffirms its commitment to peace, tolerance and respect. Read More
The BNEC event flyer
BHTNH and UNH’s Center for the Humanities are hosting the 12th Annual Black New England Conference Oct. 19-20. Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH student Gabby Greaves
    - Seizing the Opportunities
    If Gabrielle “Gabby” Greaves ’18 could tell future Wildcats one thing, it would be to connect with organizations that matter to them. “Get involved. It really opens up a lot of... Read More
  • Thompson Hall
    - Q&A on Faculty and Staff Reporting Sexual Violence (Title IX)
    Learn about Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and how the law recently changed. Read More
  • Members of the UNH soccer team
    - Soccer’s New Star
    The men's soccer program has signed a new member: Exeter High School freshman Lucas Currier, who suffers from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) and is part of Northeast Passage’s... Read More
  • Zechariah Anderson
    - A Place of Their Own
    Until recently, the 280-plus student veterans, guardsmen and reservists attending UNH didn’t have a place of their own, a place they could gather and be among people who shared a... Read More
  • An infographic showing information on suicide
    - A Good Fight
    The university’s commitment to building a safe, supportive culture on campus is getting noticed. Read More
  • Tyler Simpson and Vernon Carter
    - Talking About The Hard Issues
    Current events serve as a reminder of just how crucial these discussions — and courses — are to society. Read More
  • UNH graduate Sig Nigam '16
    - Next Stop: The Rockies
    When Sid Nigam ’16 was leaving India to attend college in the United States, at the airport his mother told him: “Son, sometimes 10 seconds of courage is all it takes.” Read More
  • UNH alumna Jennifer Blessing working with a service dog in training
    - A Dog-Lover’s Tale
     Jennifer Blessing '14 works with a Warrior Canine Connection service dog in training. Jen Blessing ’14 has always loved animals.But it was her work at UNH's Thompson School of... Read More
  • UNH student Brendan O'Byrne
    - Lessons of War
    “You hear a lot of the stories about how bad war is — and it is, there is no doubt — but what people don’t hear a lot about is the other side.” That other side, explains Brendan O... Read More
  • UNH Manchester
    - Information on Staff Unionizing Effort
    If you are a member of the university’s staff you may have received emails from the National Education Association about the NEA’s unionizing effort. Read More