Sustainability

Randomness, not Environmental Selection, Key to Altering Bacteria in Arctic

Randomness, not Environmental Selection, Key to Altering Bacteria in Arctic

In the Northeast, heat waves, heavy downpours, and sea level rise pose growing challenges. Infrastructure, agriculture, fisheries, and ecosystems will be increasingly compromised, according to NASA. Such climatic outcomes at lower latitudes could be, in part, affected by changes to microbial... Read More

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  • Q&A with Masami Dustin ‘21
    - Q&A with Masami Dustin ‘21
    When you came to UNH had you planned on weaving in a focus on social innovation or sustainability into your major and why?  I knew since my junior year of high school that I would... Read More
  • Using Business to Do Good
    - Using Business to Do Good
    When Shuili Du was a doctoral student at Boston University, the academic field of marketing still focused on the marketing mix (i.e., product, price, promotion and channel... Read More
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    - UNH Endowment Investing Goes Green
    Did you know that as of July 30, 2020 UNH was ranked sixth among universities in the country for its sustainability practices, topped only by schools like Stanford University,... Read More
  • Introducing First-Year Students to Business Ethics
    - Introducing First-Year Students to Business Ethics
    Educated as an engineer and trained as philosopher, Betty Woodman spent many years in the corporate sector where she rose to the level of senior leadership and witnessed firsthand... Read More
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    - Responsible Finance in Community Development
    Michael Swack describes himself as “the son of an activist mom who grew up in Northeast Ohio.” He traces his own activist roots to his undergraduate years at the University of... Read More
  • Q&A with Geno Miller ‘17
    - Q&A with Geno Miller ‘17
    When you came to UNH had you planned on weaving in a focus on social innovation or sustainability into your major?  Yes, I did. I started my first business when I was 15 years old... Read More
  • Sunlight through a tree branch on the UNH campus in Durham, NH
    - Committee on Investor Responsibility
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    - Environmental regulations improve the bottom line
    When Robert Mohr was in graduate school, his advisor introduced him to a controversial paper written by the influential economist Michael Porter. Read More
  • Q&A with Alison Pyott ’92 
    - Q&A with Alison Pyott ’92 
    Tell us a little bit about your career path. Where has life taken you?  In 1992, I graduated from UNH with a degree in Hotel Administration. After a brief time in the hospitality... Read More
  • Harmonizing art with business to help make the world a better place
    - Harmonizing art with business to help make the world a better place
    The consistent rattle of the spray paint can in her hands mimicked the ticking of her mind as Haley Burns ‘20 assessed the canvas in front of her. After hours of class, work, and... Read More