Blog Posts in: research

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Research Opportunities for Undergrads at UNH

Monday, September 11, 2023
Do you want to attend a school where you can get involved in research projects right away as an undergraduate? Do you want to take on projects that mean you'll journey on a boat on the Atlantic Ocean, perform dance before a crowd or identify artifacts in Greece? UNH is the place where undergraduates of all majors find it easy and exciting to work on research projects, starting in their first year.  Read More
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What is the UNH Hamel Honors and Scholars College and Why Should you Apply?

Tuesday, September 5, 2023
Today, we’re talking about UNH’s Hamel Honors and Scholars College, welcoming its inaugural class in Fall 2024. This Q & A will tell you everything you need to know about the new Honors College and why it’s worth it to be a UNH honors student.  Read More
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Off the Beaten Path: What you Might not see on your UNH Campus Tour

Wednesday, August 2, 2023
Our campus tours give an overview of the most important parts of campus, though they don’t have time to cover everything. Today, let’s talk about some unique campus features and locations that are off the beaten path! Read More
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My Favorite Places at UNH: Diversity & Community

Monday, July 31, 2023
From the Beauregard Center to the Diversity Support Coalition, read more about Tinotenda Duche’s five favorite spots for engaging with diversity and community on our UNH campus. Read More
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Wildcat Fast Facts

Friday, June 9, 2023
Fast facts about being a UNH Wildcat aren’t just numbers—they directly shape your college experience. Read on to learn what five of our top UNH stats mean and how you will find your academic and student life home at UNH! Read More
Emma Tobbe

Emma's UNH Day in the Life

Monday, April 10, 2023
What is a day in the life of a UNH student like? Meet Emma Tobbe ‘23, a bioengineering major. From her senior capstone Bioengineering Design course, to stir fry in Philly Dining Hall, to cardio kickboxing at Hamel Rec, follow along on Emma's day. Read More
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Why UNH? Franny's Reason: This Middle-of-Everywhere Location

Monday, March 27, 2023
Franny, a marine, estuarine and freshwater biology major, chose UNH because of its middle-of-everywhere location. She's researched and learned in locations such as a boat in the Great Bay Estuary and Odiorne Point State Park in Rye, NH. In her free time, UNH has proximity to plenty of adventures, from surfing, to skiing, to exploring the city of Boston. Read More
Grace Higgins

Grace's UNH Day in the Life

Monday, February 27, 2023
Meet Grace Higgins ‘24, a double major in biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology and music, liberal studies. From piano lessons, to research on electrochemical sensors, to late-night pickleball, follow along to hear how Grace gets it all done. Read More
UNH students in Chase Ocean Engineering Lab

Why UNH? Natalie’s Reason: Hands-on Learning

Monday, February 13, 2023
Each UNH student arrives on our campus for different reasons. Many journeys lead to our shared destination of becoming a UNH Wildcat. Natalie, an ocean engineering student, chose UNH because of the hands-on learning experiences she thrives on and the ability to further her education with an accelerated master's. Read More
UNH students walking on campus

UNH Students Change the World in These 4 Ways

Tuesday, January 3, 2023
UNH students change the world, plain and simple. 2023 is your year to join them. Today’s the day to find out how. This post is dedicated to how UNH enables you to change the world, including leaving the earth better than you found it, traveling globally, starting your own business and researching the next big breakthrough. Read More