The fedgovspend spending app logo displayed on a blue background

New Mobile App from Carsey School Allows for Easy Exploration of Federal Government Spending

Ever wonder what federal tax dollars are used for? Curious how much U.S. government spending goes toward the military, health care, or education? Want more information on how the federal budget breaks down and the programs funded by it? Read More

Recent Stories

  • Mike Vlacich '95
    - Coming Full Circle
    It was a few days before the 1992 presidential election, and Mike Vlacich ’95, a volunteer on Bill Clinton’s first campaign, needed $25 to rent a car. Vlacich and a friend planned... Read More
  • President Mark W. Huddleston
    - The View from T-Hall: Political Prime Time
    Every four years, our students can enjoy front-row seats for a uniquely New Hampshire tradition and one of the world’s most closely watched political events: the first-in-the-... Read More
  • John F. Kennedy speaking in New Hampshire Hall
    - Window of Opportunity
    On March 7, 1960, one day before the New Hampshire presidential primary, Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy arrived at UNH to deliver a speech in New Hampshire Hall.  Lou D’... Read More
  • N.H. Rep. Patricia Lovejoy
    - (Not Quite) A Woman’s World
    When New Hampshire Rep. Janet Wall bought a house, it was her husband’s name that appeared on the mortgage. When she applied for a credit card after becoming the breadwinner of... Read More
  • UNH professors Andy Smith and Dante Scala
    - A Primary Primary
    Even if you weren’t born here, if you’ve stood in a long line outside town hall during the dismal month of March — perhaps in driving rain or blizzard conditions — to vote in the... Read More
  • University of New Hampshire welcome sign
    - UNH Oil Spill Expert to Brief Senate
    Nancy Kinner University of New Hampshire professor Nancy Kinner, sought after for her expertise in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, will speak about advances in oil... Read More
  • Richard O. Wasson '95
    - In Memoriam—Richard O. Wasson '95
      When he received his bachelor’s degree in 1995, Richard Wasson was 71 years old, the oldest person in UNH history to earn an undergraduate degree. He majored in political... Read More
  • Scott Dullea and Brian Greaney
    - NH International Seminar Lecture Highlights U.S. Government's Views on Ukrainian Crisis
    On Nov. 9, 1989, most of the undergraduate students at the University of New Hampshire's campus were not yet born. They did not witness on television the fall of the Berlin Wall... Read More
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin
    - Goodwin's Guys
    After a lifetime spent writing about American presidents, world-renowned presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin is a little anxious about what complaints her subjects might... Read More
  • Honeywell CEO David Cote '76
    - Working on the Right Thing
    Since becoming CEO of Honeywell in 2002, David Cote '76 has amassed a list of honors nearly as long as his company's list of products (everything from thermostats to turbochargers... Read More