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Improving Outcomes for NH Youth in Residential Treatment Facilities

On March 12, 2024, UNH Institute on Disability’s (IOD) children's behavioral health team hosted an event in Concord to celebrate the end of a two–year project to improve education, employment and community engagement outcomes for New Hampshire youth and young adults receiving treatment in... Read More

Recent Stories

  • 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
  • Meeting Great Bay History
    - Meeting Great Bay History
    A prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities grant will extend the work of the Great Bay Archaeological Survey to 72 K-12 teachers. Read More
  • UNH Manchester celebrates students in 25th anniversary of ESOL programs
    - UNH Manchester celebrates students in 25th anniversary of ESOL programs
    In early August, the University of New Hampshire at Manchester held a graduation celebration for students in the intensive summer English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)... Read More
  • A timelapse photo of the Lamprey River
    - The Changing Lamprey River
    The Lamprey River Hydrological Observatory has been collecting data on the chemistry and hydrology of the 212-square-mile Lamprey River watershed, providing a baseline of data on... Read More
  • Being the Change
    - Being the Change
    Sophia Bolduc ’23 enjoyed a rewarding internship experience with the Community Action Partnership of Strafford County this summer, gaining experience in marketing and... Read More
  • Members of the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire
    - A Summer in the Spotlight
    Kaley Lambert ’24 found herself in a truly unique and distinctively rewarding position when she secured an internship with the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire (RFFNH)... Read More
  • A photo of a new england cottontail hiding in its natural shrubland habitat
    - Cohabitating with New England Cottontails
    New research by the NHAES researchers finds that habitat restoration efforts for the at-risk New England cottontail will also benefit a number of shrubland-obligate birds. Read More
  • Two researchers stand in front of a red robot
    - Aging Assistance
    An interdisciplinary team of UNH researchers has received a $2.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop technology that could help seniors age in place. Read More
  • Ray Grizzle (right) works with a student on measuring oysters
    - Oysters as Nitrogen Bioextractors
    Oysters filter particles that contain nitrogen (and carbon) from the water. Wild oysters cycle small amounts of that nitrogen back into the environment, however farmed oysters,... Read More