Recent Stories

  • a moose in the mist
    - Tracking a Population in Peril
    For the past four years, UNH professor Pete Pekins has been tracking the decline of New Hampshire’s moose population at the hands of the winter tick. Read More
  • STARS Platinum banner in front of Thompson Hall at UNH
    - Sustainability SuperSTAR
    UNH earned the highest possible STARS rating — Platinum — in recognition of its sustainability achievements. Read More
  • UNH students working with plants in the greenhouses
    - Food for Thought
    A new Thompson School partnership provides Oyster River students with fresh, local vegetables hydroponically grown in UNH’s greenhouses. Read More
  • illustration of roads in a town flooding
    - Road Scholars
    Researchers find rising seas could cause flooded roads in unexpected places on New Hampshire’s Seacoast. Read More
  • a field of crops with barn and sky in background
    - "Food Evolution" Screening Set for Nov. 16
    UNH will host a screening of the film "Food Evolution" on Nov. 16, followed by a panel discussion featuring New Hampshire Commissioner of Agriculture Lorraine Merrill.  Read More
  • From Paul to the Philippines
    - From Paul to the Philippines
    Gina Occhipinti ’18 had the opportunity to research microfinance in a unique setting. This past summer, she was in the Philippines working with local women entrepreneurs. “... Read More
  • a quart of organic seed harvest strawberries
    - Breeding Better Berries
    UNH scientists are developing the first strawberry varieties specifically for organic agriculture in the United States. Read More
  • A cyanobacterial bloom on the surface of a lake
    - Researching Healthy Lakes
    UNH researchers will examine how lake water quality in the Northeast’s temperate forests changed over the past three decades. Read More
  • Graduate student Allison Leach in front of a research poster
    - Grad Honors
    A UNH doctoral student has received AASHE's Campus Sustainability Research Award. Read More
  • Anna Bannon ’18 takes over UNH's Snapchat
    - Sustainability-Minded
    During her “uofnh” Snapchat takeover, Anna Bannon ’18 talks about her sustainability internship and goes to a special event. Read More