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Discovering What's Possible

Discovering What's Possible

As he noted in his commencement address to the class of 2011, it took David Cote ’76 six years to earn his degree at UNH. Indeed, the New Hampshire native’s path wasn’t always a straight line, but he put the lessons he learned at UNH – in and out of the classroom – into action en route to building... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Opportunities Abound
    - Opportunities Abound
    Mechanical engineering student Cornelius Plomp '22 and engineering physics student Trevor Cox '22 each participated in a competitive internship experience at DEKA, working on an... Read More
  • Kayla_hadley
    - Ascending Leader
    Kayla Hadley, a 2015 graduate of UNH’s environmental engineering program, was one five honored with the 2021 Environmental Business Council of New England, Inc’s Ascending Leader... Read More
  • Championing Progress
    - Championing Progress
    The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has recognized the work of UNH’s Career and Professional Success (CaPS) office on the Diversity and Inclusion Employer... Read More
  • UNH Manchester named 2022 Hidden Gem by College Raptor
    - Hidden Gem
    UNH Manchester has been named a 2022 “Hidden Gem in New England” by College Raptor, a leading college planning platform. Read More
  • jackie_Harris
    - Inspired to make an impact
    Inspired by one city’s commitment to address climate change, Jackie Harris ’23 served as an intern this summer in Keene, New Hampshire on a team aimed at reducing the water and... Read More
  • Chef Ron and a young female student work together to cut an onion
    - Sharing His Passion for Food
    Pan fried smelt. Blood sausage. Liver and onions. Dishes not usually found on the kids’ menu–but for Hospitality Management Lecturer Ron Boucher, they are recipes that define a... Read More
  • Technician testing samples in a lab.
    - Getting Results
    The UNH COVID-19 lab has gone from testing only UNH students at the outset to becoming one of the most powerful tools the Granite State has in the battle against COVID-19. Read More
  • Aerial view of Thompson Hall
    - Sustainably Cool
    The University of New Hampshire has once again been recognized for its sustainability efforts by the Sierra Club, which ranked UNH ninth among the “Top 20 Coolest Schools of 2021... Read More
  • Car drives on flooded road near beach
    - Roads Under Water
    With a new $1.8 million National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) grant, UNH researchers will study how and why coastal hazards like excessive flooding are causing... Read More
  • MPH alum Sam Harris
    - The Pull of Public Health
    Sam Harris earned his master of public health and a graduate certificate in data science from UNH, which led him to a career with the NH Bureau of Infectious Disease Control. Read More