Innovation

UNH's winning team from E-Fest

Finishing Strong

A team of UNH students worked through the night to improve its presentation at the last minute and ultimately walked away as national champions, taking first place in the E-Fest competition and the $50,000 prize that comes with it, along with the Global Impact Award and an additional $10,000 for... Read More

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