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  • Two boys, seen from behind, look at a smart phone together
    - Keeping Kids Safe Online
    UNH researchers were major contributors to the new World Health Organization report "What works to prevent online violence against children." Read More
  • paul college students walking outside the college
    - Supporting business and societal impact
    Impax Asset Management, the specialist asset manager investing in the transition to a more sustainable economy, has created a new Pax Scholarship program. It was created to honor... Read More
  • Sam_Mercer
    - Twice as Nice
    Sam Mercer ’23, a chemical engineering major at UNH, was named a finalist for a pair of prestigious fellowships to study in the United Kingdom. Both the Marshall and Rhodes... Read More
  • A panel of National Lab scientists talk under a slide that says "UNH DOE National Lab Day
    - National Lab Day
    . U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen welcomed participants to UNH's National Lab Day. Read More
  • UNH Paul College Professors Jianhong Chen and Jeff Sohl
    - Research Finds Angel Investor Behavior Can Be Influenced by Ego
    Angel investors—wealthy individuals who provide essential funds for start-ups—often invest under conditions of extreme uncertainty. While their funds can be vital to early-stage... Read More
  • Illustration of overlapping silhouettes with speech bubbles, some of them profane
    - Beyond "Stranger Danger"
    Sixteen percent of young adults in the U.S. have experienced sexual abuse online, finds a new study from UNH researchers. Read More
  • Woman with dark curly hair looks at the camera, painting of Black astronomers behind her
    - Excellence in Science Communication
    Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, assistant professor of physics and astronomy and core faculty of women’s and gender studies, is a top award winner of the inaugural Eric and Wendy... Read More
  • Aboubacar_Konate
    - Leading By Example
    In 2009, Aboubacar Konate ’17 arrived in Boston from his native Guinea not able to speak a single word of English. He had left his West African homeland in the midst of a military... Read More
  • Accelerating Success
    - Accelerating Success
    It was less than four months ago that Eric Ciarla ’22 and Caleb Peffer ’22 were shaking hands with UNH President Jim Dean as they collected their diplomas at commencement. Now... Read More
  • Female graduate student on a boat holding a male blue crab
    - Crustacean Consternation
    UNH researchers have documented the first-ever pair of mated blue crabs in Great Bay Estuary, with potentially serious impacts on the ecosystem. Read More