Daisy Burns studies animals in their own habitat while abroad in Tanzania.

Sustainability Beyond the Classroom

Daisy Burns has developed a love for learning outside the classroom.  As an economics major with an option in public policy and sustainability at the UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics and a sustainability dual major, Burns has taken advantage of many field experiences provided... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Flooded road blocked with yellow tape and "high water" sign
    - Pounding the Pavement
    New research from UNH shows that thicker asphalt could extend the life cycle of roads — and save money — as the effects of climate change stress them. Read More
  • Four horseshoe crabs partially submerged near shoreline
    - Crabs in Peril
    New research from UNH has found that horseshoe crabs, whose blue blood is harvested by the biomedical industry for its unique ability to test devices and injectable drugs for... Read More
  • Living Bridge Panel a Sold-Out Success
    - Living Bridge Panel a Sold-Out Success
    UNH students and faculty gathered with the local Portsmouth community for a special evening in honor of the Living Bridge Project. Read More
  • Wild bee on a yellow flower
    - What's the Buzz?
    New research from UNH has found a dramatic decline in 14 wild bee species. Read More
  • Bridging the Gap
    - Bridging the Gap
    Two partnerships between UNH and public officials are addressing infrastructure challenges in New Hampshire's Seacoast region. Read More
  • Illustration of a fish, seaweed, mussel
    - Fishing for Fortunes
    From the icy waters of the Gulf of Maine to clean drinking water in East Africa, UNH innovations enhance economic opportunities. Read More
  • Map of coastal town
    - Watershed Wisdom
    When it comes to tackling the complex environmental challenges New Hampshire communities frequently face, developing productive partnerships with academic researchers is often an... Read More
  • Car driving on flooded roadway
    - Climate Change Woes
    UNH professor Jennifer Jacobs was a lead author on the landmark Fourth National Climate Assessment released recently by 13 government agencies. Read More
  • Countryside stream
    - Muddy Waters
    Bill McDowell clarifies what proposed changes to the Clean Water Act could mean. Read More
  • UNH researcher Michael Chambers with a greenhouse-grown shrimp in a net
    - Hyperlocal Shrimp?
    UNH researchers are testing a shrimp aquaculture method that could put the seafood staple back in your fishmonger’s case. Read More