Recent Stories

  • UNH professor Scott Ollinger
    - Excellence in Ecology
    UNH ranks second nationally in ecological research, scholarship. Read More
  • Trappist solar system
    - Spaced Out
    “Astronomy compels the soul to look upward and leads us from this world to another.”       —Plato, The Republic, 342 BCE Last week, when NASA announced the discovery of seven new... Read More
  • Painting of canal in Venice by Rafail Sergeevich Levitsky. Photo of Caitlin Truesdale inset.
    - Intern in Italy
    Caitlin Truesdale '17 of Peabody, Massachusetts, has been accepted into the prestigious and competitive Peggy Guggenheim Internship Program in Venice, Italy. Read More
  • photo of Betsy Carter
    - Visiting Scholar
    Elizabeth Carter, assistant professor of political science, has been named a visiting scholar at Harvard's Center for European Studies. Read More
  • book cover and photo of French
    - Trouble at the Border
    UNH researcher Laurence Armand French has co-authored a book on border conflicts in North America. Read More
  • EcoQuest participants on a hike in New Zealand.
    - The EcoQuest Experience
    Imagine exploring subtropical forests, sub-Antarctic mountains in the Southern Alps, snorkeling through a marine reserve in the Kaikoura Penisula, all while earning college... Read More
  • photo of Harriet Fertik
    - Humboldt Fellow
    Harriet Fertik, assistant professor of classics, has won a research fellowship that will take her to Germany. Read More
  • Gilman scholars
    - Record Number of UNH Students Awarded International Scholarships
    Four of the seven UNH students who received the prestigious Gilman international scholarship to support their spring semester study abroad: Emily Haley (bottom left), Jacqueline... Read More
  • UNH's Daniel Chavez
    - Among the Best of Books
    Daniel Chávez's “Nicaragua and the Politics of Utopia” has been named a Foreign Affairs best book of 2016. Read More
  • UNH alum Aseebulla Niazi '15
    - First of a Kind
    Only 30 Rangel Fellows are selected each year, and for the first time, a UNH alum is among them. Read More