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

Recent Stories

  • Making Childcare More Accessible
    - Making Childcare More Accessible
    Carsey School of Public Policy Research Assistant Professor Jess Carson and Ph.D. student Kamala Nasirova met the summer of 2021 through a mutual colleague. Nasirova, a second-... Read More
  • A series of four photos showing women researchers and faculty members engaged in field or lab work, teaching courses, and/or sharing their work with colleagues
    - 'Gender Equality for a Sustainable Future'
    Celebrating Women's History Month by highlighting women faculty members and the female graduate students they're working with on research at UNH. Read More
  • A photo of Dr. Kimberly Alexander on the left side and a recipie page from the Country Dyer book on the right.
    - A Shared History
    Before graduating last September from UNH’s museum studies program, Amy Denham worked with Kimberly Alexander, director of museum studies with the department of history, on... Read More
  • A photo showing Arctic researchers Jess Steketee, a Ph.D. candidate, and Dr. Rebecca Rowe from the UNH Department of Natural Resources and the Environment
    - Arctic Changes; Global Impacts
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  • Left photo shows Dr. Ruth Varner working with a group of students; right photo shows Clarice Perryman standing in a bog while a student retrieves her backpack.
    - How Mentorship Can Help Diversify STEM
    Clarice Perryman, a Ph.D. candidate in Earth & environmental science at UNH, describes mentorship as an important component of her education at the university. Working with... Read More
  • A photo of, from left, Pamela Kallmerten, Emily Stewart, and Mary Flanagan
    - Serving Today's Seniors
    The UNH nursing department has an excellent history of faculty and graduate students collaborating on quality improvement projects through research and application. Clinical... Read More
  • Claire FitzMorris '17
    - From Wildcat to Coverdell Fellow
    Claire FitzMorris '17 was a UNH undergradate studying abroad in Spain when an excursion to a new location changed her life. After serving in the Peace Corps in Morocco, FitzMorris... Read More
  • Image of student on laptop with US News Badge
    - UNH Online M.Ed. Program Top Ranked in New Hampshire by U.S. News
    The University of New Hampshire’s online master’s in education program is top ranked in New Hampshire and one of the best in New England according to the 2022 U.S. News &... Read More
  • Portrait of Marian McCord wearing dark blue suit and pearls
    - Outstanding Woman
    NH Business Review recognizes Marian McCord, senior vice provost for research, economic engagement and outreach, with a 2022 Outstanding Women in Business Award. Read More
  • Close-up of southern pine beetle
    - Pine Pests
    UNH researchers Jeff Garnas, associate professor of forest ecosystem health, and Ph.D. student Caroline Kanaskie discovered the damaging southern pine beetle in New Hampshire and... Read More