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The Vaccine Hesitant

UNH researchers provide perspective and recommendations on COVID-19 vaccine administration. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Precious Resources
    - Precious Resources
    As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold over the past several months, more and more people have found themselves with time to devote to outdoor recreation. Read More
  • Abigail Baker
    - Being Part of the Wave
    There’s a pretty big gap between a career in design research and one in occupational therapy, but Abigail Baker has found herself a bridge. Not only that, she’s been awarded a $10... Read More
  • Sean Sutherlin '21
    - Helping His City
    Sean Sutherlin ’21 is from Minnesota. He lives in a small city outside of Minneapolis, where protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in May led to rioting and looting. On... Read More
  • sign that reads: Black Lives Matter
    - "We Must All Protest"
    In a 1967 speech, Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “A riot is the language of the unheard.” He went on to ask what America had failed to hear.  Read More
  • Exploring the Impact of NH's Medicaid Work and Community Engagement Requirements
    - Exploring the Impact of NH's Medicaid Work and Community Engagement Requirements
    UNH's Institute for Health Policy and Practice and Franklin Pierce School of Law has released a new report assessing New Hampshire’s Medicaid Work and Community Engagement... Read More
  • Nursing 2020 grad Laura Howard
    - UNH Nursing Grads Hit the COVID-19 Front Lines
    Seventy nursing students will be graduating virtually from the University of New Hampshire on Saturday morning and as they enter their first jobs, they will be on the front lines... Read More
  • Scientific illustration of protease inhibitor
    - COVID Collaboration
    UNH has launched six new interdisciplinary research projects aimed at addressing the challenges of coronavirus. Read More
  • Five outdoor ed and leadership students created a resource for educators to better engage their students in online learning
    - Digital Adventures
    For five students studying outdoor education and leadership, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic gave them an opportunity to create a resource to help educators more effectively... Read More
  • Marc Hiller and Lucy Hodder
    - UNH Faculty Appointed to State Disaster Medical Advisory Team
    Associate professor of health management and policy Marc Hiller and the Institute for Health Policy and Practice’s director of health law and policy programs Lucy Hodder have been... Read More
  • professor Michelle Grenier during her semester in Latvia
    - In a Baltic State
    During the fall 2019 semester, associate professor of kinesiology Michelle Grenier was invited to travel to the Latvian Academy of Sports Education in Riga, Latvia. Read More