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  • Watching War, From a World Away
    - Watching War, From a World Away
    In the first days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Olivia Babin, administrative coordinator in UNH’s languages, literatures and cultures department, couldn’t sleep. “All I did... Read More
  • Two elderly women, one white and one Black, toss a green balloon
    - Research Snapshot: Pastimes With a Balloon
    “Eunice and Elinah are residents of an old age home run by an Afrikaner women’s charity in small town South Africa. After white-minority rule ended in 1994, old age homes, like... Read More
  • 'A Leader in a Leader's World'
    - 'A Leader in a Leader's World'
    Gen. Lori Robinson, member of the UNH Class of 1981, was named the recipient of the 2021 Charles Holmes Pettee Medal Award at UNH's Evening of Distinction earlier this month. Read More
  • Raising the Bar
    - Raising the Bar
    The University of New Hampshire, recognized last year as a top producer of Gilman scholars in the country by the U.S. State Department as part of the 20th anniversary of the... Read More
  • Zack Bazzi at 2022 COLA commencment
    - On the Frontlines of Change
    Veteran Zack Bazzi ’08 receives the inaugural COLA Impactful Alumni Award. Read More
  • Alioune Mzeirigue headshot
    - Promoting Peace and Human Security
    For Alioune Mzeirigue, the turbulent state of global current affairs sparked a passion to promote peace and human security. Now, he's pursuing a master's in global conflict and... Read More
  • A photo of a tropical watershed system
    - Tropical Rivers Act as Carbon Sinks Following Major Rainfall Events
    New Hampshire Agricultural Expirement Station-funded researcher Bill McDowell recently co-authored an article in Nature Communications highlighting the role that tropical rivers... Read More
  • Nishanth Arulappan, a UNH student in the global conflict and human security program
    - Creating Positive Change in Areas of Fragility
    Nishanth Arulappan was mid-way through medical school when he realized medicine could not be the sole focus of his career. He felt there was more – more of life to experience and... 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
    Faculty in UNH’s natural resources and the environment program have a strong legacy of tackling environmental challenges through research and education. So when master’s students... Read More
  • A Groundbreaking Achievement
    - A Groundbreaking Achievement
    Abrita Kuthumi ’21, the first Marshall Scholar in UNH's history, discusses the path she took to arrive at UNH and ultimately earn the prestigious distinction. Read More