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  • Paul College of Business and Economics
    - Top Business School Four Years Running
    For the fourth consecutive year, the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics has been ranked as one of the nation’s top 100 business schools.  Read More
  • UNH space physics professor Noe Lugaz
    - Space Weather Editor
    Noé Lugaz, research associate professor of physics and astronomy, is the new editor-in-chief of the journal Space Weather,. Read More
  • 1866 beer
    - Malt, Hops and a Good Dose of Partnership
    In October, UNH and Conway’s Tuckerman Brewing Company teamed up to brew a limited-edition beer — called 1866, in honor of UNH’s founding year — to support the university’s two-... Read More
  • Sharenthood cover
    - Bookshelf
    Check out some of the latest books with a UNH connection.   Read More
  • Highly Cited
    - Highly Cited
    Two UNH faculty members — professor of sociology David Finkelhor and professor of natural resources Serita Frey — are among the Web of Science Group’s 2019 Highly Cited... Read More
  • Glenn Delgado '84
    - Watcher of the Skies
    The night sky has special meaning for Glenn Delgado ’84, associate administrator in the Office of Small Business Programs at NASA. When he gazes up and knows the International... Read More
  • Soccer's Second Straight
    - Soccer's Second Straight
    The men's soccer team recently won their second straight America East Tournament championship. Read More
  • John Snow '22
    - Innovation Scholar Builds Network
    When Jon Snow ‘22 learned about the opportunity to build a network, work in the UNH InterOperability Laboratory (IOL) and begin his college year with a unique experience through... Read More
  • R. Scott Smith illustration
    - Not Everything Has to Be Practical for It to Be Important
    I AM AN ACCIDENTAL PROFESSOR. I come from a little place called Mechanicsville, Virginia. My mother was the only daughter of a woman who had 13 brothers and sisters. She raised me... Read More
  • Two male paleontologists collect rocks on a dusty hillside
    - Fossil Bonanza
    UNH researchers contributed to a major study that shows how life on Earth rebounded after an asteroid wiped out dinosaurs 66 million years ago. Read More