The 2021 UNH Dairy Research Report, which presents the latest dairy research conducted at the University of New Hampshire, will be available in December. Dairy producers can sign up now to receive a print copy of the report, which is a publication of the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station and UNH Cooperative Extension.
Jennifer Griffith was barely twenty when her first work experiences inspired questions about equity that desperately needed answering. Why was there such a disconnect between employees and management in the American workplace? What actually motivates people to work well and stay in their jobs? How do we fix things like the gender wage gap?
Can you imagine analyzing the strategies of technology companies in class, only to have a finance director at Microsoft pop into the discussion? Or zooming with a supply chain manager at a factory in China after a lesson on supply chain sustainability? How about talking to an alum who is already a VP of product development even though they’re still in their twenties?
With more than 81 percent of New Hampshire represented by forested lands home to more than 500 vertebrate animals, the Granite State's wildlife populations are important to the ecological, recreational, and economic sustainability of the state. Managing and conserving New Hampshire’s wildlife species requires robust data on where they are located and the size of their populations. However, this information often is challenging to obtain as many wildlife species are difficult to monitor, and populations fluctuate from year to year. As a result, researchers with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at the UNH College of Life Science and Agriculture, in cooperation with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, are developing a unique monitoring system for wildlife in the Granite State to help inform management and conservation decisions.
When Khole Gwebu was young, the last thing in the world he thought he would be is a scholar. With two educators for parents, he understood the life of an academic and resolutely wanted to pursue a career outside academia.
Join us on Zoom on December 7 at 5 p.m. for The Power of Liberal Arts, a panel discussion featuring successful alumni from various liberal arts majors. This virtual event showcases industry need for people who approach a challenge through the lens of its human context—something that liberal arts students are uniquely prepared to do.
Three National Science Foundation grants provide international climate change research opportunities for students.
Calling it a successful model for how the state can invest in solutions to address challenges in the Granite State, Gov. Chris Sununu and others cut the ribbon for the grand opening of the University of New Hampshire’s new Health Sciences Simulation Center on Monday, Nov. 8.
Joel Nkounkou ’18 turned an idea into a new business venture with the help of UNH's Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center, and he now proudly calls several of his former classmates and teammates his colleagues.
Aubrey Porter ’22 is recognized by Stay Work Play New Hampshire.