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GeoBowl Winners

A UNH geography team wins the regional GeoBowl and heads to the virtual national competition. Read More

Recent Stories

  • montage of book covers
    - On the Bookshelf
    Take a look at a roundup of books published by College of Liberal Arts faculty in 2021. Read More
  • Off and Running
    - Off and Running
    Many of the things Nathaniel Hunt ’22 learned as a philosophy major proved beneficial when he conceived a business idea, and his partnership with the Peter T. Paul... Read More
  • Andrew Strzykalski
    - Opening Doors
    The first cohort of students is enrolled in the UNH-4U program, designed to open doors to a mostly traditional college experience that was previously closed to students with... Read More
  • Student sits in a classroom looking ahead with determination
    - Top 5 Reasons to Pursue an Accelerated Master’s Degree at UNH
    In this day and age, earning a quality education is no simple feat. Degree programs are increasingly costly and often take years to complete. However, research continues to prove ... Read More
  • Abrita Kuthumi
    - Blazing a Trail
    Abrita Kuthumi ’21, a political science/international affairs major from Barrington, New Hampshire, is a winner of the prestigious Marshall Scholarship, one of just 41 students to... Read More
  • 3 campuses
    - Leaders in the Granite State
    Three members of the UNH community were recognized among the most influential business leaders in the state by NH Business Review as part of its New Hampshire 200 list Read More
  • A Season to Remember
    - A Season to Remember
    The UNH men's soccer team established a team record for wins in a season this fall and reached the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament for just the second time in program history... Read More
  • World-Changing
    - World-Changing
    The University of New Hampshire is one of the top producers of Gilman Scholars in the country. As the U.S. State Department celebrated the 20th anniversary of the program this... Read More
  • Side by side headshots of two female professors
    - Helping Teens Do No Harm
    With a major new grant from the National Institutes of Health, UNH researchers will study the effects of self-directed violence among teens on bystanders. Read More
  • UNH exercise science researcher Deborah Feairheller stands behind a fire truck, dressed in turnout gear
    - Sounding the Alarm for Firefighter Hypertension
    New research from UNH found that firefighters' blood pressure — already higher than average — jumps during emergency calls, putting them at elevated risk for heart attacks and... Read More