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CoRE Strength

For five years, UNH's CoRE program has jump-started interdisciplinary collaborations. Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH group with Valerie Biden
    - A Dialogue on Dialogue
    UNH undergraduates are invited to the Biden School to talk civil discourse. Read More
  • Chanda Prescod-Weinstein looks at the camera in front of a painting
    - Literary Luminary
    The LA Times Book Prize in science and technology went to Chanda Prescod-Weinstein for "The Disordered Cosmos." Read More
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    - The Gary Lindberg Award
    Lucy Salyer, professor of history, has been named the 2022 Lindberg Award winner in COLA. Read More
  • Campus aerial photo in fall
    - Getting SMART
    Six University of New Hampshire students have been awarded Science, Math and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarships from the Department of Defense, the largest number of... Read More
  • Three people building a wigwam.
    - Shining a Light on BIPOC History in N.H.
    The Center for the Humanities at UNH has received two grants that will help advance projects related to celebrating the history of BIPOC populations in New Hampshire. The National... Read More
  • Making a SPLASH
    - Making a SPLASH
    The 2022 UNH Dance Company just wrapped up its slate of performances of SPLASH, a production several years in the making that aims to bring attention to the impact litter has on... Read More
  • masked women during 1918 pandemic
    - People, Not Science, Decide When a Pandemic Is Over
    UNH's Molly Dorsey is one of two historians featured in this Scientific American article. Read More
  • Illustrated postcard of Italian landscape
    - Going Places
    When it came time to choose a college, Madison Hoppler ’24 opted for the financial security of the campus located practically in her backyard over a more focused pursuit of her... Read More
  • A series of four photos showing women researchers and faculty members engaged in field or lab work, teaching courses, and/or sharing their work with colleagues
    - 'Gender Equality for a Sustainable Future'
    Celebrating Women's History Month by highlighting women faculty members and the female graduate students they're working with on research at UNH. Read More
  • A photo of Dr. Kimberly Alexander on the left side and a recipie page from the Country Dyer book on the right.
    - A Shared History
    Before graduating last September from UNH’s museum studies program, Amy Denham worked with Kimberly Alexander, director of museum studies with the department of history, on... Read More