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The University of New Hampshire College of Engineering and Physical Sciences empowers creative thinkers, innovative problem solvers and leaders to make a difference. With world-class programs and faculty mentors, students actively engage in rigorous academics and hands on learning and research opportunities to have an impact in their profession, their community and the world.


 

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Olson Center Ribbon Cutting
Robotic Ribbon Cutting

The John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center held its grand opening with a special ribbon cutting performed by the center's robotic arm. The center will focus on industry engagement, student engagement and research as it connects UNH students to real-world learning opportunities. 

UNH student intern at Lonza
Real World Experience

Chemical Engineering's Sarah Lambert '18 gained real world experience in an internship at Lonza Biologics. The relationship with UNH helps train the next generation of workers as students to apply classroom knowledge to solve problems, contribute to the corporation, expand their professional network and develop transferable skills for the workplace. 

Mechanical Engineering professors
Faculty Excellence

We are proud to celebrate research excellence in our department of mechanical engineering, whose last eight tenure-track faculty hires have received a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award. It’s one of many ways UNH is exploring the edge of possible through research and its commitment to educating the next generation of engineers.

  • Getting SMART
    UNH has once again had a strong showing in the competition for Science, Math and Research for Transformation(SMART) scholarships.
    Getting SMART
    UNH has once again had a strong showing in the competition for Science, Math and Research for Transformation(SMART) scholarships.
  • Getting SMART
    UNH has once again had a strong showing in the competition for Science, Math and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarships.
    Getting SMART
    UNH has once again had a strong showing in the competition for Science, Math and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarships.
  • The Places They'll Go
    It’s not typical to see “Founder and CEO” on the resume of a graduating college senior, but then there’s nothing ordinary about engineer and entrepreneur Joel Nkounkou ’18, who’s headed to Silicon Valley to pursue a career and launch his business.
    The Places They'll Go
    It’s not typical to see “Founder and CEO” on the resume of a graduating college senior, but then there’s nothing ordinary about engineer and entrepreneur Joel Nkounkou ’18, who’s headed to Silicon Valley to pursue a career and launch his business.
  • The Places They'll Go
    After making it through UNH’s grueling engineering program with flying colors, Michael Locke ’18 has entered the whiz-bang real world of advanced manufacturing.
    The Places They'll Go
    After making it through UNH’s grueling engineering program with flying colors, Michael Locke ’18 has entered the whiz-bang real world of advanced manufacturing.
  • CEPS student, faculty bring STEM to South African camp for girls
    See how Salimah Hussien ’18 served as a mentor and helped facilitate activities at the First Avenue Institute’s Girls Winter Camp in South Africa.
    CEPS student, faculty bring STEM to South African camp for girls
    See how Salimah Hussien ’18 served as a mentor and helped facilitate activities at the First Avenue Institute’s Girls Winter Camp in South Africa.

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