The Institute for Excellence in Health and Social Systems partners with complex health and social systems to help populations live a good life in a good place.
What can you do with a Masters in Public Policy degree?
- Help make a difference in the world by working in roles responsible for analyzing and enacting policies that serve all.
- Maintain career flexibility and achieve high earning potentials across different industries.
- Lead organizations in the government, nonprofit, and private sectors.
Employment within the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) offers benefits beyond the beautiful campus, comprehensive healthcare, and retirement planning. As a USNH employee, you are also eligible to receive outstanding tuition benefits, including up to a 100 percent discount on tuition costs for credit-bearing courses, up to a 50 percent discount for non-credit courses, and up to a 50 percent discount on current in-state tuition for eligible spouse and children. Learn more in the Carsey School's latest blog article.
Dr. Deborah Birx, U.S. coronavirus response coordinator, visited UNH's state-of-the-art COVID-19 test lab.
The Laconia Daily Sun reports on issues of racist bullying in New Hampshire schools and cites a Carsey School of Public Policy study that identifies recent census data putting the state among the whitest in the nation. According to the study and census data, New Hampshire is 91.2% white; however, between 2011-19, racial diversity grew more than 5% in the state.
Bob Charest of InDepthNH.org recently highlighted a talk co-hosted by the Carsey School of Public Policy and held with Tom O'Donovan, Director of the NH Department of Environmental Services' Water Division. O'Donovan spoke at Carsey's Coffee & Conversations event held Oct. 14 and discussed the extreme drought currently impacting New Hampshire.
A new grant awarded to UNH will help island communities in the Gulf of Maine to improve their energy, freshwater, and economic resilience.
In recognition of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the University System of New Hampshire will host a series of virtual events.
Did you know that your UNH tuition benefit can be used for more than 140 graduate degrees as well as professional degrees and certificates? Join the Graduate School Friday, Oct. 30, from 9 a.m.-10 a.m. to learn more.
In recognition of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, throughout October USNH will host a series of virtual events about information protection and data security risks.