Graduate School

Hannah Falcone and Kate Moscouver earned the UNH Graduate Public Engagement and Outreach Award.

Making the Granite State Great for Youth

Two UNH graduate students recently earned the Graduate Public Engagement and Outreach Award for their research that supports statewide initiatives for Granite State youth.       Read More

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  • UNH PhD candidate David Ruth smiles at the camera in front of physics equipment
    - Testing a Fundamental Force
      UNH PhD candidate DAvid Ruth, lead author on a recent Nature Physics article. Photo by Sydney Staples. New research from a team of physicists led by UNH significantly advances... Read More
  • Innovation is the center of online teaching at UNH
    - Innovation is the center of online teaching at UNH
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  • Diversity Hall of Fame celebration
    - 'On the Shoulders of Giants'
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  • Saluting Faculty Excellence
    - Saluting Faculty Excellence
    Every year, a chosen few of UNH’s outstanding faculty members from each college and school receive Faculty Excellence Awards in recognition of their achievements in teaching,... Read More
  • Illustration of overlapping silhouettes with speech bubbles, some of them profane
    - Beyond "Stranger Danger"
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  • Understanding the Nucleus, and Everything
    - Understanding the Nucleus, and Everything
    Karl Slifer, professor of physics. PHoto by Sydney Stapes. Though the science is aimed at matter not seen by the naked eye, the research of UNH’s Nuclear and Particle Physics... Read More
  • Graduate student wearing protective clothing works with his hands in a large piece of scientific equipment.
    - National Lab Honors
    Chemistry Ph.D. candidate Nick Pollack has been selected for the U.S. Department of Energy's prestigious Graduate Student Research Program. Read More
  • Image of Briana White
    - Finding The Grace
    A dizzying but impressive visual, Briana White’s dedication to the pursuit of knowledge and professional nursing credibility is reflected by the many acronymic nursing... Read More
  • Female graduate student on a boat holding a male blue crab
    - Crustacean Consternation
    UNH researchers have documented the first-ever pair of mated blue crabs in Great Bay Estuary, with potentially serious impacts on the ecosystem. Read More
  • students meeting with industry partners at UNH center for business analytics
    - Center for Business Analytics Expands Professional Development Access
    The UNH Paul College Center for Business Analytics is excited to partner with UNH Professional Development & Training (PD&T) for the 2022/2023 Academic Year on a pilot... Read More