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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

  • UNH online MBA student studying in the library
    - UNH Paul College Online MBA Program ranked #40 nationally by U.S. News
    U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of New Hampshire’s online MBA program #40 in the nation for the second consecutive year, and #29 among public universities.... Read More
  • Rodrigues ‘22G marking trail
    - To the Woods
    If everything goes according to plan for Krista Rodrigues ‘22G, you may come across her one day working on a trail in the Whites. If not there, then along another mountain belt.... Read More
  • James Glennon '12, '20G, recent graduate of the cybersecurity policy and risk management program
    - Cybersecurity Spotlight: James Glennon '12, '20G
    James Glennon '12, '20G became interested in cybersecurity during his time as an undergraduate at UNH, where he studied business administration and IT. While working full-time at... Read More
  • Reading, Responding, and Witnessing
    - Reading, Responding, and Witnessing
    Eden Wales Freedman, a 2014 graduate from UNH’s PhD English program, has been awarded the 2020 Eudora Welty prize for her recent book, Reading Testimony, Witnessing Trauma:... Read More
  • Double Win
    - Double Win
    Jordan Pierce, a master’s student in UNH’s Oceanography program, has just won two notable awards at the 2020 OCEANS Conference—Gulf Coast Division. His paper, "Reducing Annotation... Read More
  • So Be A Writer
    - So Be A Writer
    With a fellowship, MFA alumna Rose Whitmore has a novel on the horizon. Read More
  • Will Clyde Associate Dean
    - Will Clyde Associate Dean
    Will Clyde, a long-standing professor in the UNH Earth sciences department, has recently been appointed associate dean of the UNH graduate school. Read More
  • STAF Spotlight: Getting Fungi to the Trees
    - STAF Spotlight: Getting Fungi to the Trees
    If you were to investigate ways to support forest health, where would you look? The trees? Animals? Soil? Read More
  • Charlotte Gross
    - STAF Spotlight: Scanning for Smoke
    I’m perched in Banner Mt. Lookout sixty feet above the ground. Five miles to the west, the Jones Fire tears through brush and timber. Smoke billows up thick and white, then a... Read More
  • Della Burke
    - STAF Spotlight: At the Edge of Hookup Culture
    ‘Hookup culture’—broadly defined as a culture that accepts and encourages uncommitted sexual encounters between consenting individuals—is a prominent part of life on college... Read More