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Heidi Asbjornsen, associate professor of natural resources and the environment.

Top in Their Fields

Researchers from around the world are turning to the findings of scientists with the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture as they work to solve some of the most critical agricultural and environmental issues facing the planet.  Read More

Recent Stories

  • Portrait of marine researcher Jennifer Miksis-Olds with ocean in background
    - Sage of the Sea
    To celebrate World Oceans Day June 8, Jennifer Miksis-Olds will participate in an ocean-themed quiz bowl against high school champions. Read More
  • David Walker ’20 in the cell culture hood.
    - Proving the Naysayers Wrong
    The messages we receive when we’re young can stay with us — the things people tell us or suggest are true. David Walker ’20 came out of high school thinking he wasn’t “intelligent... Read More
  • Image of student on a laptop coding
    - Getting Down to Business
    Job hunting amidst COVID-19 isn’t just a challenge for recent graduates and internship-seekers on the frontlines of today’s economy. It’s also a priority for the career team... Read More
  • Kikori cofounders Kendra Bostick and Bryn Lottig
    - Education, Textbooks and Recycling
    An app designed for educators to help them use experiential and social-emotional learning activities in their classrooms took first place in the 32nd Holloway Competition held... Read More
  • Hazy image of a landscape with faint sun
    - Fire and Ice
    New UNH research finds that wildfires in the Siberian Arctic can alter the chemistry of streams and other waterways, with implications for human health and livelihood. Read More
  • Getting Social with Stay Work Play
    - Getting Social with Stay Work Play
    Business major Maeve McDonnell '21 will spend the summer as a digital and social media intern at Stay Work Play New Hampshire, a nonprofit that highlights what makes the state a ... Read More
  • Political science professor Jeannie Sowers headshot
    - Energy-Health Nexus
    Jeannie Sowers will study the health impacts of infrastructure destruction in the Middle East. Read More
  • Jordyn in front of Hamilton Smith Hall
    - Finding the Story
    Journalism major Jordyn Haime covers the beat while creating her own story. Read More
  • Enhancing Teaching
    - Enhancing Teaching
    The American Physiological Society selected Patricia Halpin, associate professor of biological science and biotechnology at UNH Manchester, to receive its Teaching Career... Read More
  • Create Your Own Story: Rachel Avery '20
    - Create Your Own Story: Rachel Avery '20
    Recent UNH Manchester graduate Rachel Avery '20 earned one of this year's Create Your Own Story awards, which recognizes students who have strived to make the most of their time... Read More