College of Engineering & Physical Sciences

Aerial photo of Oyster River in snow

Predicting Future Floods

New UNH research updates snowmelt flooding models for a changing climate, helping protect vulnerable infrastructure and water resources. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Student researcher stands at edge of stream in Arctic Sweden.
    - Transforming Students Into Climate Leaders
    Three National Science Foundation grants provide international climate change research opportunities for students. Read More
  • Building an Idea into a Business
    - Building an Idea into a Business
    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... Read More
  • Powered by the Sea
    - Powered by the Sea
    UNH will lead the new Atlantic Marine  Energy Center, focusing on research to address renewable ocean energy, with a  nearly $10M award from the Department of Energy. Read More
  • Passings: Karsten Pohl
    - Passings: Karsten Pohl
    The University of New Hampshire community is mourning the loss of Dr. Karsten Pohl, a member of the physics faculty since 2000 who served as chair of the department for five years... Read More
  • Trailblazer
    - Trailblazer
    Steven Arias ‘16, a doctoral candidate in the department of physics and astronomy, has become the first UNH student to receive an award from the Department of Energy’s Office of... Read More
  • Creating Career Paths Through Connection
    - Creating Career Paths Through Connection
    Sierra Dahl '22, a civil engineering student, participated in the professional mentorship program offered by the Career and Professional Success office that led to a rewarding... Read More
  • Side by side headshots of two male professors
    - Wound Healing Trailblazers
    Two chemical engineering professors have received a National Institutes of Health “Trailblazer” award for a project that aims to improve chronic wound healing. Read More
  • Aerial photo of UNH campus in fall, with bright trees in front of T Hall
    - Record Funding
    UNH researchers brought in $260 million in competitive funding in FY21 for projects that improve life in New Hampshire and beyond. Read More
  • Aerial shot of UNH campus in summer, with T Hall in center
    - Interdisciplinary to the CoRE
    Fourteen teams of researchers have received funding for interdisciplinary projects through the Collaborative Research Excellence initiative Read More
  • In a Class of Their Own
    - In a Class of Their Own
    Steve Frolking and Roy Torbert have been elected to the 2021 Class of Fellows of the American Geophysical Union.  Read More