Inclusion

UNH graduates celebrating during pre-commencement reception in library
Before commencement began, members of the community gathered in Dimond Library for the Community, Equity, and Diversity Reception. Read More
UNH's Rory Wilson '18
Rory Wilson ’18 has received a Fulbright to pursue a research-based master's degree at the University of Sheffield. Read More
group photo of nine student ambassadors outside academic building
Graduating COLA seniors look back on lessons learned and forward to bright futures. Read More

Recent Stories

  • 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
  • UNH Presidents Commission on the Status of Women
    - Recognizing Commitment
    When the UNH President's Commission on the Status of Women hosted its annual awards program, the focus was on the commitment of faculty, staff and students to the full... Read More
  • A view of flags outside the UN
    - From UNH to the UN
    What would it be like to serve as a delegate to the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)? Jaime Nolan, associate vice president for community, equity and diversity, is... Read More
  • Studetnts in the UNH Memorial Union Building during International Education Week
    - A Global Connection
    In a continuing effort to bring UNH to the world and the world to UNH, the university has announced a centralized international programs office on campus, bringing together the... Read More
  • Yaning Li
    - Printing the Future
      Yaning Li, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, received an NSF CAREER award.Yaning Li has made her mark studying the mechanics and applications of structures and... Read More
  • Harish Vashisth
    - Simulating Biomolecules
    Although it could one day lead to advances in drugs that treat HIV, Harish Vashisth’s research is far more likely to use supercomputers than the pipettes or microscopes more... Read More