Chemistry Ph.D. candidate Nick Pollack has been selected for the U.S. Department of Energy's prestigious Graduate Student Research Program.
A dizzying but impressive visual, Briana White’s dedication to the pursuit of knowledge and professional nursing credibility is reflected by the many acronymic nursing certification letters that follow her name.
“Traditionally, nurses were expected to stay in their appointed lane and achieve excellence within those boundaries. Today’s nurses are encouraged to challenge those boundaries, create new pathways and leverage their unique skills to transform the field,” White says.
Joseph Samuels will deliver the College of Liberal Arts Hans Heilbronner Lecture, "The Farhud: When the Mob Came After the Jews of Baghdad," on Thursday, October 27, at 4:00 p.m. in the Memorial Union Building Theatre 2. The lecture is free and open to the public.
UNH Extension received two grants that will support their work in managing and protecting the state's forests.
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A UNH postdoctoral researcher is studying impacts of climate change on methane-producing bacteria in Arctic lakes.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has designated UNH as a national Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence (IC CAE), with a funding award of $2.5 million over 10 years.
In 2009, Aboubacar Konate ’17 arrived in Boston from his native Guinea not able to speak a single word of English. He had left his West African homeland in the midst of a military coup d'etat that had soldiers patrolling the streets of Conakry, the country’s capital city where he lived, and residents living in fear, the threat of violence looming just around every corner.
UNH hosted its annual University Day (Uday) celebration Wednesday, Sept. 7, bringing students, staff, faculty and Durham community members together to celebrate.