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Racism In Science

There is data that supports the racism that’s at play when more Black people than white are stopped while driving. Or denied housing in an area despite the fact that redlining became illegal in 1968. Or are wrongfully killed by police. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Scientific illustration of protease inhibitor
    - COVID Collaboration
    UNH has launched six new interdisciplinary research projects aimed at addressing the challenges of coronavirus. Read More
  • Hurricane Maria
    - Beyond the Wind Scale
    Large, extreme storms are becoming more frequent worldwide under a changing climate, creating a need to understand the short-term and long-term ecological repercussions. Read More
  • GRC in past years
    - A Cyber Success
    The UNH Graduate Research Conference (GRC) has grown steadily every year since its inception in 2002. What began as a modest showcase of graduate research has become a week-long... Read More
  • UNH Voices of Wildcats: Owen Kanter '20
    - UNH Voices of Wildcats: Owen Kanter '20
    Growing up adventuring in the outdoors with his parents helped Owen Kanter '20 develop a love for wildlife biology. Read More
  • Audrey Coleman '21 Alyssa Greig '21
    - Getting the Gold
    Alyssa Greig ‘21 and Audrey Coleman ‘21 will receive assistance with their college expenses next year as recipients of Goldwater Scholarships, considered the nation’s premier... Read More
  • Are Rivers the Livers of Watersheds?
    - Are Rivers the Livers of Watersheds?
    Wilfred Wollheim, associate professor of natural resources and the environment, presents “Are Rivers the Livers of Watersheds? River Network Capacity to Remove Nutrient Pollution... Read More
  • UNH dietetics students in the simulation lab
    - Perfect Match
    This year, UNH’s graduating dietetics majors have achieved an impressive feat: all who applied for dietetic internships through the “matching” system have been accepted, or “... Read More
  • Adirondack Explorer: Stoking the home fires with pellets
    - Adirondack Explorer: Stoking the home fires with pellets
    Wood-fired heaters create local jobs. Can they fight climate change, too? Read More
  • COLSA professor emeritus Charles Schwab
    - Dairy Distinction
    Charles Schwab, professor emeritus of animal and nutritional sciences and a long-time former member of UNH’s dairy program, has received the American Dairy Science Association (... Read More
  • UNH Ecologist Named Ecological Society of America Fellow
    - UNH Ecologist Named Ecological Society of America Fellow
    Serita Frey, professor of soil microbial ecology at the University of New Hampshire and a researcher with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, has been named a... Read More