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Improving STEM Education

UNH will lead a master teacher program to support STEM education in Manchester, Nashua and Rochester schools. Read More

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  • UNH research professor Changsheng Li
    - Changsheng Li (1941 – 2015)
    UNH research professor Changsheng Li of the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS) passed away on Sunday, October 18, 2015 at Massachusetts General Hospital in... Read More
  • UNH engineering student and president of the UNH chapter of the National Society for Black Engineers Siddharth Nigam at Greenland Central School
    - Spreading Their Passion for STEM
      The UNH chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers is on a mission to, among other ideals, promote its members’ involvement in the community. So when the nearby... Read More
  • UNH professor Kevin Short
    - Mathematics Professor Kevin Short Inducted as National Academy of Inventors Fellow
    Academic research leading to innovation with tangible health, economic or other quality of life benefits is seen as an ideal model for the College of Engineering and Physical... Read More
  • Devoted to the Nth Degree
    - Devoted to the Nth Degree
    To say Yitang “Tom” Zhang is a math whiz might be the understatement of the century. His 2014 breakthrough on the twin prime conjecture caught the attention of number theorists... Read More
  • don hadwin
    - Father of Mathematics
    His teaching style? Spontaneous. His advising style? Fatherly. Professor of mathematics Don Hadwin received the 2014 Graduate Faculty Mentor Award from the University of New... Read More
  • A Genius Among Us
    - A Genius Among Us
    UNH math professor Yitang “Tom” Zhang has been named a 2014 MacArthur Fellow. Read More
  • tom zhang
    - Math Lecturer Hits Prime Time
    Tom Zhang, lecturer in mathematics at the University of New Hampshire A new proof by University of New Hampshire mathematician Yitang “Tom” Zhang is being heralded as a... Read More
  • drawing of lungs
    - Virtual Tests
    Can you reduce something as complicated as human lungs to some partial differential equations and lines of computer code? Read More