Recent Stories

  • UNH class of 2021 infographic
    - The Class of 2021: By the Numbers
    They come from 37 states and 19 countries. Here's a glimpse of the UNH class of 2021. Read More
  • Ecoline at UNH
    - Getting Cooler
    Sierra Club, Princeton Review recognize UNH's commitment to sustainability. Read More
  • illustration of a person presenting research
    - People Power
    Former UNH provost John Aber is a world-renowned expert in natural resources and the environment who today concentrates most of his research in the area of sustainable ecosystem... Read More
  • collage of images from UNH's 150th anniversary celebrations across the U.S.
    - Celebrating 150
    CELEBRATE 150: The Campaign for UNH is looking to finish strong as it heads into the second and final year of its public phase. At the campaign launch celebration last September,... Read More
  • UNH's Flow Physics Facility Wind Tunnel
    - Win(d)-Win Proposition
    Running 26.2 miles in less than two hours: it’s long been the moonshot of distance running, a feat at the very limits of athletic achievement. When a much-publicized attempt led... Read More
  • UNH president Mark W. Huddleston talking to a student
    - The Right Time To Transition
    In May, UNH President Mark W. Huddleston announced his plans to retire at the end of the 2017–18 academic year. When he steps down on June 30, 2018, it will be as the longest-... Read More
  • UNH journalism professor Don Murray ’48
    - Preserving Don Murray’s Legacy
    That longtime journalism professor Don Murray ’48 regarded writing as a job is nowhere more evident than in his daybooks: hundreds of spiral-bound notebooks, some covering a... Read More
  • members of UNH ROTC holding an American flag
    - Step to the Front
    Brig. Gen. John N. Dailey ’62 proposed the idea of establishing a UNH Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Hall of Fame back in 1997 in part to solve a problem: Attendance at the... Read More
  • Wayne Jones Jr., dean of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at UNH
    - CEPS Welcomes New Dean
    A chemist with a strong track record in collaborative excellence and smart energy assumed the role of dean of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) on July 10.... Read More
  • UNH cheerleaders running into the ocean with a trophy
    - Cheer Number One!
    In April, the UNH cheerleading team jumped, tumbled and stunted its way to a first-ever national title at the National Cheerleading Association (NCA) championship in Daytona,... Read More