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Census 2020 graphic showing different people across the U.S.

The Hill: What the 2020 census will reveal about America's future

Senior Demographer Ken Johnson was recently quoted in The Hill in an overview of what the 2020 Census will likely show us about the American population – that it's becoming older and more diverse. Johnson said there are 3 million more childless women in prime child-bearing years than demographers... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Hannah Sorensen ’22
    - A Huge Step Forward
    Hannah Sorensen ’22 has been working at Portsmouth Regional Hospital as a phlebotomist for the past two years. The part-time job has her drawing the blood of patients in the... Read More
  • student feeding horses at dusk
    - For The Horses (And The Cows)
    Every morning, the cows are milked at four. Every morning, the horses are fed at five. In the heat and cold. Rain or snow. In a world of health or pandemic. Read More
  • aerial view of campus
    - In Most Cases, Working Remotely During Curtailed Operations Means Still Working
    The curtailed operations policy for those working remotely will likely mean their day proceeds as though there is no curtailment. Read More
  • UNH football team on field
    - Delay of Game
    When the announcement was made that UNH would be able to play a spring football season sophomore quarterback Max Brosmer’s second thought was how excited he was . Read More
  • Members of the NH House seated on Memorial Field for swearing in
    - Another First
    Memorial Field is known for hosting graduates and athletes. But the event that took place on Dec. 2 was likely a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence as members of the New Hampshire... Read More
  • UNH biotech students work to identify new COVID infections in school community
    - UNH biotech students work to identify new COVID infections in school community
    UNH Manchester biotechnology students spoke with WMUR about their work in the on-campus COVID-19 test processing lab. Read More
  • Associate professor Brent Bell teaching class outside
    - Small Problems
    During the spring semester, when the coronavirus shut down the UNH campus, Brent Bell had to figure out how to keep teaching his wilderness first responder course, which typically... Read More
  • Student dressed in protective equipment working in COVID testing lab
    - Acing the Test
    When the COVID-19 pandemic began spreading rapidly throughout communities around the globe earlier this spring, Ian Ayer ’22 knew he wouldn’t last long lounging comfortably in the... Read More
  • Two nonprofit workers backing supplies in boxes
    - Carsey School's Serve & Learn Program
    The Carsey School of Public Policy is proud to announce the launch of the Serve & Learn program, offering free and discounted courses to those in public service whose work has... Read More
  • UNH campus
    - UNH Parents Council in the Time of COVID
    As with so many things, the pandemic has altered the regular activities of the UNH Parents Council. However, we remain active as your representatives at UNH, working primarily... Read More