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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  • Sarah Siegel, unh student
    - Developing a Strategy for Success
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  • Wide angle shot of engineers measuring beach
    - Building Momentum for the Blue Economy
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  • Two female graduate students stand outdoors with their arms around each other
    - Deconstructing Bias
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    - Changing Course
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    - A Powerful Team
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  • Brett White '21G, graduate of the UNH Master of Science in cybersecurity policy and risk management
    - Cybersecurity Spotlight: Brett White '21G
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  • Image of student finalists for 2022 3MT
    - 3MT Challenge Reaches New Heights
    For the first time since 2019, University of New Hampshire graduate students were able to stand on stage live in front of an audience and compete in the 3 Minute Thesis... Read More
  • Underwater image of SCUBA diver and coral and sponges
    - Genomic Time Machine
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  • Nishanth Arulappan, a UNH student in the global conflict and human security program
    - Creating Positive Change in Areas of Fragility
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    Master's programs in occupational therapy, nursing and social work have earned rankings of #36, #68 and #94, respectively, from U.S. News & World Report.  Read More