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Carsey School Now Offers $5,000 Education Award to Active First Responders

The Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire recently announced its newest Education Award – a $5,000 First Responders award available to active first responders interested in pursuing a master’s degree in Public Administration, Read More

Recent Stories

  • Liz_Mamros
    - Twice as Nice
    Elizabeth Mamros '18  '23G, a doctoral student in mechanical engineering, was recently awarded a pair of fellowships to conduct research at the Institut für Umformtechnik und... Read More
  • Photo collage showing, from left to right, NH Listens meeting, solar panels, and a NH community
    - Carsey School Programs and Students Receive Top UNH Sustainability Awards
    Three programs and projects, four students, and five faculty fellows and authors at the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire were awarded UNH... Read More
  • Looking through blossoms at T Hall
    - Fulbrights Increase Mutual Understanding
    Seven UNH students are part of a celebrated moment in the history of scholarships as 2021 marks the 75th anniversary of the Fulbright Program, signed into law in 1946 by President... Read More
  • Sam_Mercer_Goldwater Recipient
    - Wise Beyond His Years
    Sam Mercer '23, a chemical engineering major from Sanford, Maine, has received the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the nation’s premier undergraduate award for science... Read More
  • Students walking through T Hall arch
    - Prestigious NSF Graduate Fellowships Awarded
    Four UNH students have received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, given to students pursuing master's and doctoral degrees in science, technology,... Read More
  • Julian Maduro ’21
    - Character Counts
    When Julian Maduro ’21 says she grew up around books, she is speaking both figuratively and literally. Read More
  • aerial view of campus
    - Shaping Goals
    The TRIO website describes its services and scholarships as being for the disadvantaged. First-generation students, maybe, or those lacking enough money to pursue a four-year... Read More
  • Abigail Baker
    - Being Part of the Wave
    There’s a pretty big gap between a career in design research and one in occupational therapy, but Abigail Baker has found herself a bridge. Not only that, she’s been awarded a $10... Read More