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The Vaccine Hesitant

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

Recent Stories

  • Hewitt Hall
  • Teachers work with students at the Child Study and Development Center at UNH
    - Ensuring Bright Futures
    In a collaborative effort to ensure that all New Hampshire’s children have a bright future, UNH has partnered with New Hampshire’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)... Read More
  • Brendan Landry ‘17 at fishing pier
    - Teach a Man to Fish
    Brendan Landry ‘17 is all about fish and fishermen. When he graduated with an undergraduate degree in health management and policy, he was interested in food systems. His... Read More
    - The Politics of Fracking
    What side of the “political aisle” a person identifies with could determine how they feel about shale natural gas energy development (SGD), or fracking, according to new research... Read More
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    - Health Insurance Coverage in NH
    The Institute for Health Policy and Practice is pleased to release another installment of its “Informing the Conversation – Covering the Care” data and policy brief series. Health... Read More
  • Katie St. Pierre
    - Giving Up a Little to Get a Lot
    When Katie St. Pierre ’21 G was just starting her college career, she knew she wanted to go into nursing, but she was looking for a different experience. Read More
  • YES Africa Malawi participants doing the ropes course at The Browne Center
    - Just say YES
    For 10 days over the summer break Durham was abuzz with activity as 17 youth sports leaders from Malawi, Africa, were on campus for an intensive exchange program focusing on... Read More
  • ski captain
    - Making Trails His Trade
    Ben Allen ’19 has his mother’s concern for his whereabouts to thank for his initial introduction to skiing. After graduating last spring with a degree in sports studies, Allen is... 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
  • Teaching Rock Climbing to Make Better People
    - Teaching Rock Climbing to Make Better People
    UNH researchers have found that outdoor behavioral health care, or wilderness therapy, is not only more effective than more traditional treatments but it's cheaper. Read More