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Converging on Climate Science

A new graduate traineeship program will help students expand their climate research skills while working closely with Arctic Indigenous people.  Read More

Recent Stories

  • two women posing for camera
    - Bringing the Writing Retreat Home
    This January, 63 graduate students gathered on Zoom for a virtual edition of the Graduate School’s 7th annual Winter Writing Retreat. Typically, the writing retreat is a weeklong... Read More
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    - Advancing National Intelligence
    The University of New Hampshire has launched a fully online Master of Science in National Security Intelligence Analysis in response to the growing emphasis on national security... Read More
  • A Passion for Peace
    - A Passion for Peace
    With conflict and human security becoming a top priority for U.S. foreign policy, UNH has launched a fully online M.S. in Global Conflict & Human Security to prepare graduates... Read More
  • 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