UNH A Cappella Group Will Make Network Television Debut Christmas Morning

File this under “not too shabby.” Not Too Sharp, UNH’s all-male a cappella group, will make its network television debut on Christmas Day. The group went to Manhattan recently to record a two-song segment for the TODAY show that will be televised on Thursday morning.

Word on the street is they’re neither sharp nor flat. But don’t resort to rumors; hear for yourself in this sample, and then tune in on December 25 to see them at their Big Apple best!

UNH Undergraduate Research Conference Highlights Academic Excellence April 11-23

DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire hosts its 17th annual Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) April 11-23, 2016. One of the largest and most diverse undergraduate research conferences in the nation, this year's URC boasts a record 1,870 student participants from all academic disciplines presenting original research, scholarly activity and creative works in more than 20 events on UNH's Durham and Manchester campuses. All events are free and open to the public.

MEDIA ADVISORY: UNH Hosts Demo of Technology to Enable Future Smart and Autonomous Vehicles in N.H.

WHAT: The University of New Hampshire’s Connectivity Research Center (CRC), along with its industry partner Sebago Technics, will host a demonstration of vehicle-to-infrastructure connectivity technology that is set to be installed in traffic signals at several intersections in Dover, N.H., later this year.

WHEN: Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018 at 11:30 a.m.

WHERE: UNH’s Connectivity Research Center, 21 Madbury Rd., Suite 100, Durham

New UNH Research Identifies Need for Title IX Tune Up on College Campuses

DURHAM, N.H. — A mystery shopper approach uncovered a need for more education about Title IX regulations and sexual assault on college campuses, according to new research from the University of New Hampshire. In particular, there is confusion about which individuals on campus are and are not confidential resources.

UNH Engineers Deploy First Autonomous Boat to Map Arctic Seafloor

DURHAM, N.H. — A team of engineers and students from the University of New Hampshire’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping recently returned from a voyage that deployed the first autonomous (robotic) surface vessel — the Bathymetric Explorer and Navigator (BEN) — from a NOAA ship far above the Arctic Circle. Deployed from the NOAA hydrographic ship Fairweather, the vessel mapped the seafloor in an effort to improve nautical charts in areas where there is scarce data and increased vessel traffic.

UNH Researchers Find Seed Coats Could Lead to Strong, Tough, Yet Flexible Materials

DURHAM, N.H. – Inspired by elements found in nature, researchers at the University of New Hampshire say the puzzle-like wavy structure of the delicate seed coat, found in plants like succulents and some grasses, could hold the secret to creating new smart materials strong enough to be used in items like body armor, screens, and airplane panels.

BAE Systems Engineers Mentor Students at UNH Summer STEM Program

DURHAM, N.H. – Thanks to a grant from BAE Systems and the commitment of seven of the company’s engineers, 14 New Hampshire students had the opportunity to build a driverless remote-control car through the BAE Systems Summer STEM Scholars, a new initiative within Tech Camp at the University of New Hampshire, a set of day and residential summer programs for students entering grades six through 12 designed to increase STEM literacy.

UNH Dairies Receive 2017 Quality Milk Award from Dairy One

DURHAM, N.H. –– The Fairchild Dairy Teaching and Research Center and the Organic Dairy Research Farm, both facilities of the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire, have been awarded a 2017 Quality Milk Award from the nationally recognized nonprofit dairy farmers cooperative Dairy One. Less than 20 percent of Dairy One’s member herds received the designation in 2017.