The LA Times Book Prize in science and technology went to Chanda Prescod-Weinstein for "The Disordered Cosmos."
A convergence of expertise, commitment and experience, the online UNH Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Scholarly Project is the catalyst for creating a powerful team of professionals. Developing and implementing their own quality improvement plan based on real-life objectives, each student must present a publishable scholarly paper to nursing faculty and clinical partners.
Three barbers from D’Cachet Barber Shop in Roslindale, Massachusetts, visited UNH on Tuesday as part of a diversity, equity and inclusion event that offered free haircuts to students, catering to all hair types and styles.
A new collaboration between UNH and Vineyard Wind will focus on the underwater soundscapes near the offshore wind turbines near Martha's Vineyard.
Lucy Salyer, professor of history, has been named the 2022 Lindberg Award winner in COLA.
UNH's annual Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) — one of the largest and most diverse conferences of its kind in the country — is officially underway, celebrating its 23rd year with presentations from nearly 2,000 students. The event will run through Saturday, April 23.
Students from all academic disciplines present at the conference, which showcases the results of student research, scholarly and creative projects in more than 20 professtional and artistic venues at UNH, in both Durham and Manchester.
Faculty and staff at UNH’s Changemaker Collaborative have been awarded a grant of $27,540 from the Henry David Thoreau Foundation to help fund a clinic centered around carbon emissions that will allow students to gain hands-on experience completing carbon footprint analyses for regional businesses, nonprofits and communities.
Six University of New Hampshire students have been awarded Science, Math and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarships from the Department of Defense, the largest number of recipients ever from UNH in a single cycle.
What began as a "love affair" with UNH Wildcats hockey eventually led Brett White '21G to pursue UNH's online master's in cybersecurity policy and risk management from his native Australia.