This isn’t the time to ignore public health expectations regarding the coronavirus. Do what is expected in Durham and elsewhere to keep everyone safe.
We’ve heard all the adjectives describing the 2020 election climate — challenging times; tumultuous times; unprecedented times; even, times of unprecedented challenges.
Shadi Zamani ’20 finally feels settled into her new apartment in New Jersey. Just six months ago, she felt like a young woman without a home.
Biology professor Patricia Halpin has been elected as chair of the teaching of physiology section for the American Physiological Society.
Grace McCulloch ’21 is a self-proclaimed groupie. But not the celebrity fan kind. As a wildlife and conservation biology major, being involved with the UNH Extension program Nature Groupie is an obvious fit.
New research led by UNH aims to understand the interactions that stimulate the release of carbon from thawing permafrost in the Arctic.
Health & Wellness is offering flu clinics by appointment for faculty, students and staff at the Hamel Rec Center.
An associate professor emeritus of education passes away.
Shrubs are replacing moss in peat bogs due to climate change, which could cause more carbon dioxide to enter our atmosphere.
Will Clyde, a long-standing professor in the , has recently been appointed associate dean of the UNH graduate school.