Inclusion

suicide infographic
  Michael Staley didn’t plan to be the first person in America to have his job, but his life experiences were preparing him for exactly that. Staley... Read More
UNH McNair scholars presenting the results of their research
McNair Scholars presented the results of their scholarly investigations on Tuesday. Read More
UNH professor Monica Chiu speaking with a student in Murkland Hall
Monica Chiu has been named interim associate vice president for community, equity, and diversity.  Read More
Athletes at the start of a 100-mile bicycle ride through New Hampshire's White Mountains
Northeast Passage will increase access to therapeutic recreation thanks to a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation. Read More

Recent Stories

  • The producers and consulting producers of "Shadows Fall North"
    - Reclaiming Our History
    The first novel published by an African-American woman. A burial ground lost for decades beneath a city street. An eloquent petition from a group of enslaved men seeking freedom... Read More
  • Patricia Solvignon-Slifer
    - Passing: Patricia Solvignon-Slifer, 1974 – 2016
    Patricia Solvignon-Slifer, assistant professor of physics at UNH, died Friday, May 27, 2016. She was 41.  Read More
  • Shadows Fall North documentary
  • Ike Leslie, John Berst and Casey O'Dea pose for a photo at the LGBTQ+Ally Pancake Breakfast
    - Applauding Campus Advocates
    Casey O’Dea knows you can’t force people to change their minds. He’s hoping that sharing information about what it means to be transgender might be just the thing people need to... Read More
  • A chart showing suicide rates in the United States
    - Do You Know Kognito?
    Picture your typical small New England liberal arts college. Now picture that campus completely void of students — 1,300 people, just gone in one year. Read More
  • figures embracing illustration by Brian Stauffer
    - Recognizing the Risks, Knowing the Resources
    Illustration by Brian StaufferImagine the entire student body of a small liberal arts college — 1,300 undergraduates — lost to suicide. Now imagine that same tragic loss taking... Read More
  • UNH alumna Kate Clifford Larson
    - An Unprecedented Moment
    The recent news that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the face of the U.S. Treasury’s $20 bill has received widespread praise. Among those applauding this decision is... Read More
  • Lauren Lydon and client
    - People Are Learning Here
    Some of the best partnerships are those bred from need. Take the collaboration between the occupational therapy department and Friends in Action, a nonprofit that serves adults... Read More
  • Jean Kennard
    - Jean Kennard, Professor Emerita, Passes Away at 79
    Jean Elizabeth Kennard, UNH professor emerita of English, died March 26 at the Laconia Rehabilitation Center in Laconia, N.H., of pneumonia. Read More
  • Sarah Tubbs
    - Creating Her Own Brand
    When Sarah Tubbs talks about the UNH chapter of the international program Best Buddies, a little bit of her marketing education comes through. She uses words like “normalizing”... Read More