Carsey School of Public Policy Research Assistant Professor Jess Carson and Ph.D. student Kamala Nasirova met the summer of 2021 through a mutual colleague. Nasirova, a second-year student in UNH’s education program, was interested in policy-related work that aligned with her interests in education, equity, inclusion and student opportunity gaps.
The UNH nursing department has an excellent history of faculty and graduate students collaborating on quality improvement projects through research and application. Clinical Associate Professor Pamela Kallmerten was the ideal mentor for Emily Stewart '21G, a DNP graduate and nurse practitioner at Riverwoods Exeter, a senior retirement community in New Hampshire.
A new satellite equipped with a UNH-built instrument will improve weather predictions on Earth and in space.
David Fredriksson has been selected to lead the new UNH Sustainable Seafood Center.
Pride Month is fast approaching and the Kidder Awards nomination process is now open! The awards seek to honor those who, through their scholarship, leadership or outstanding efforts, foster greater understanding of the LGBTQIA+ communities at the University of New Hampshire
Celebrating Women's History Month by highlighting women faculty members and the female graduate students they're working with on research at UNH.
Climate change has become a strong topic of discussion in recent decades, resulting in a divide of denial and science. News outlet Finger Lakes 1 reported on how politics and the global factors are playing into the prominent topic of climate change. Research by Larry Hamilton, Professor of Sociology at the University of New Hampshire and a Senior Fellow with the Carsey School of Public Policy, was mentioned in this article on how much climate change doubt in the general public can be influenced.
A study of a previously undescribed group of parasitic wasps has uncovered new information about their mandible, or jaw, function. The discovery is an intriguing development in insect evolution—one that scientists believe led to the remarkable diversification of the Chalcidoidea superfamily of wasps.
Carsey School Demographer Ken Johnson recently spoke with The Hill about census data showing a decline in the number of Americans living in rural areas - the first time in history that the nation's rural population fell between one U.S. census and the next.