Paul College Professor of Economics Ju-Chin Huang

The Cost of Clean Air

How can you put a price tag on the benefits of cleaning up the air, shoring up diminishing water supplies, or producing less garbage? Read More

Recent Stories

  • Emergency room workers at Tufts Medical Center holding bags of iced NOBL coffee
    - Grounds for Giving Back
    As local health care workers put in long hours on today’s frontlines, they’re heartened by a welcome jolt: the delivery of cold brew coffee right to their hospital breakrooms. Read More
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    - Start It Up
    Itaconix cleans up with bio-based polymers Read More
  • Atrium in Paul College
    - A Wealth of Support
    Like many others, when the severity and scope of the COVID-19 pandemic began to sink in several weeks ago and businesses throughout New Hampshire and the country began to shut... Read More
  • Nurses wearing Evon masks
    - Manufactured Agility
    A few years ago, Tom Moulton ‘77 had a bad experience with a paper face mask. You know, the disposable kind that you might use if you had a cold and were heading out, or like... Read More
  • UNH online MBA students studying together
    - Online MBA Program Cracks U.S. News Top-50
    U.S. News & World Report has ranked UNH’s online MBA program No. 40 in the nation. The ranking includes programs at 345 U.S. business schools.  Read More
  • Karen Conway teaching a course in Paul College's great hall.
    - Distinguished Professor Known for Enthusiasm; Scholarship
    After 32 years of impactful work in Paul College’s economics department, professor Karen Conway received the most prestigious faculty award UNH has to offer: the Distinguished... Read More
  • Paul College of Business and Economics
    - Top Business School Four Years Running
    For the fourth consecutive year, the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics has been ranked as one of the nation’s top 100 business schools.  Read More
  • 1866 beer
    - Malt, Hops and a Good Dose of Partnership
    In October, UNH and Conway’s Tuckerman Brewing Company teamed up to brew a limited-edition beer — called 1866, in honor of UNH’s founding year — to support the university’s two-... Read More
  • Russell Miles in Paul College
    - Far From the Factory Floor
    “Growing up in East Rochester, New Hampshire, my friends and I would often go exploring in an old abandoned shoe factory near my house.  Read More
  • Thompson Hall and fall trees seen from above
    - Communicating Scholarship
    UNH’s second annual Research Communications Academy (RCA), scheduled for spring semester 2020, is now accepting applications. Read More