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  • Pushing Beyond His Comfort Zone
    - Pushing Beyond His Comfort Zone
    Mel Nagashima ’22 worked with immigrant families through the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center during his time in the Semester-in-the-City program, and that ultimately pushed... Read More
  • flowers on campus
    - Passings: Karl C. Diller
    An emeritus English professor is remembered. Read More
  • Plaster sculpture of a head lying on its side
    - Research Snapshot: Pox
    “Pox was done in the fall of 2019 a few short months prior to the introduction of COVID 19 into the common lexicon. What had started as an introspective reflection on my own... Read More
  • Two elderly women, one white and one Black, toss a green balloon
    - Research Snapshot: Pastimes With a Balloon
    “Eunice and Elinah are residents of an old age home run by an Afrikaner women’s charity in small town South Africa. After white-minority rule ended in 1994, old age homes, like... Read More
  • Car driving through flooded street
    - Granite State Warming
    UNH researchers have released the 2021 New Hampshire Climate Assessment. Read More
  • Woman with dark curly hair looks at the camera, painting of Black astronomers behind her
    - Particle Physics Progress
    UNH physics professor Chanda Prescod-Weinstein will serve on the National Academies' Committee on Elementary Particle Physics. Read More
  • 'A Leader in a Leader's World'
    - 'A Leader in a Leader's World'
    Gen. Lori Robinson, member of the UNH Class of 1981, was named the recipient of the 2021 Charles Holmes Pettee Medal Award at UNH's Evening of Distinction earlier this month. Read More
  • Raising the Bar
    - Raising the Bar
    The University of New Hampshire, recognized last year as a top producer of Gilman scholars in the country by the U.S. State Department as part of the 20th anniversary of the... Read More
  • Staging a Return
    - Staging a Return
    Michael Blackman doesn’t hesitate for an instant when considering what’s more likely to cause the biggest spike in his nerves – his daily role as dean of students at UNH, or his... Read More
  • Michele Dillon standing in Murkland Courtyard
    - Cause for Celebration
    The COLA community – local and global – boldly explores and deeply inspires. Read More