College of Engineering & Physical Sciences

Joe Degregorio ’21, Brandon Belmonte ’21, Jessica Nekowitsch ’21 and Andrew Godfrey ’21.

Getting Their Feet Wet

For a quartet of senior UNH environmental engineering students, there’s something in the water. And one of their last acts prior to graduation will be helping to remove it.  Read More

Recent Stories

  • Solar_competition
    - Top Performers
    A team of UNH engineering students was recently selected as a finalist in the prestigious U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon® 2021 Design Challenge.  The competition... Read More
  • Evening sky with crescent moon.
    - The Air Up There
    NASA's latest mission to explore two unusual atmospheric phenomena will tap UNH faculty and student expertise.  Read More
  • Image of Earth's magnetic field and solar flare from nearby sun.
    - Current Events
    Researchers are using artificial intelligence and student-built magnetometers to improve space weather forecasting and prepare for power outages those storms cause. Read More
  • UNH Voices of Wildcats: Oscany Rodriguez DeJesus '21
    - UNH Voices of Wildcats: Oscany Rodriguez DeJesus '21
    Oscany Rodriguez DeJesus '21 transferred from Manchester Community College to UNH to study mechanical engineering. The first in her family to attend a four-year college, she has... Read More
  • Paul College in snow
    - ECenter Ideathon/Hackathon
    When some people hear the work ‘hack’ they think identity theft; compromised information, gained when someone illegally accesses their computer. But the hackathons hosted by the... Read More
  • From Implants to Tissue Engineering
    - From Implants to Tissue Engineering
    NH BioMade aims to improve human health — think hip implants, tissue engineering, organ growing — by advancing the state’s rapidly growing biomaterials industry. Read More
  • KIngsbury Hall
  • Drone image of research tower in forest in autumn
    - Excellence in Citations
    Forty-one current and emeritus UNH researchers are among the world's 100,000 most cited, according to a new study. Read More
  • The Autonomous Surface Vehicle team stands next to a yellow vessel.
    - Seas the Day
    A team of UNH scientists won first place in an international competition for virtual autonomous ocean-going robotics. Read More
  • Dean_Cyndee_Gruden
    - Returning to Where it All Started
    When Cyndee Gruden ’91, ’93G walked onto the UNH campus as a first-generation college student in the fall of 1987, she had a limited understanding of her own potential. Read More