The Institute for Health Policy and Practice is one of the partners of a five-year, $2.37 million grant that will help health care providers and communities address the impacts of COVID-19 in northern New England and northern New York, with a focus on the mental and physical well-being of residents living in rural communities.
Elisa Bolton has been named the director of Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS) at UNH after having served in the role on an interim basis twice since 2016, including a year-long stint from September 2020 to September 2021.
UNH researchers are using trail cameras to develop more efficient and accurate ways to monitor fur bearers in New Hampshire.
As he noted in his commencement address to the class of 2011, it took David Cote ’76 six years to earn his degree at UNH. Indeed, the New Hampshire native’s path wasn’t always a straight line, but he put the lessons he learned at UNH – in and out of the classroom – into action en route to building a fulfilling and successful business career. Hear Cote's story in his own words.
On Sept. 29, the Coast Guard held a small ceremony at the Portsmouth Harbor station to recognize the members of the Shoals Marine Laboratory staff for their response in rescuing a person from the ocean after a boating mishap this summer.
UNH researchers brought in $260 million in competitive funding in FY21 for projects that improve life in New Hampshire and beyond.
Fourteen teams of researchers have received funding for interdisciplinary projects through the Collaborative Research Excellence initiative
UNH researchers have published their findings in the British Journal of Nutrition on the connection between cognitive function and dietary fat consumption in Hispanic/Latino adults, and the news may be surprising.
Since joining the UNH Manchester faculty in 2013, Dr. Sue Cooke, lecturer of biological sciences, has designed courses that not only appeal to her students’ interests, but also develop skills and knowledge that apply to the real world.