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    The World Knows Us, So Should You

    See why the top companies in the world turn to UNH or a take a virtual tour of the beautiful Durham campus.

  • Environmental engineering

    #14 in the Nation

    The environmental engineering program at UNH was recently ranked #14 nationally amongst bachelor's programs based on earning potential of graduates.

  • Innovation Scholars

    The first cohort of first-year students in the Innovation Scholars completed their research projects, including on the impact of King Tides in Hampton, New Hampshire. Watch More.

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    Top Tier

    UNH has risen to the top echelon of research universities as designated by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. UNH is now among the 130 doctoral-granting universities in the “very high research activity,” or R1, category.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & PhySICAL SCIENCES

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 Advanced Manufacturing Center
Advanced Manufacturing

The John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center is up and running with a focus on industry engagement, student engagement and research as it connects UNH students to real-world learning opportunities. 

Innovation Scholars
Innovation Scholars

The Innovation Scholars program is a research driven introduction to UNH for first-year students under the direction of a faculty member. Students will develop skills that open doors of opportunity at UNH and connect them to the scholarly activity with UNH Innovation and UNH Career and Professional Success. There are multiple research areas to choose from.

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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.

  • Environmental engineer recieves national recognition
    Jihyon Im ‘13 ‘15G was recently recognized by the American Water Works Association as one of five recipients of the Outstanding Young Professional Award. Im is an environmental engineer at CDSmith.
    Environmental engineer recieves national recognition
    Jihyon Im ‘13 ‘15G was recently recognized by the American Water Works Association as one of five recipients of the Outstanding Young Professional Award. Im is an environmental engineer at CDSmith.
  • First generation college student settles in at UNH
    Mechanical engineering's Oscany Rodriguez DeJesus '21 transfered from Manchester Community College and got plenty of hands-on experience through the John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center.
    First generation college student settles in at UNH
    Mechanical engineering's Oscany Rodriguez DeJesus '21 transfered from Manchester Community College and got plenty of hands-on experience through the John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center.
  • UNH graduate named Young Engineer of the Year
    UNH graduate named Young Engineer of the Year
  • Assistant Professor Tracy Mandel
    awarded Lorenz G. Straub Award for most meritorious PhD thesis in hydraulic engineering, ecohydraulics, or related fields.
    Assistant Professor Tracy Mandel
    awarded Lorenz G. Straub Award for most meritorious PhD thesis in hydraulic engineering, ecohydraulics, or related fields.
  • Tracking Emerging Contaminants in NH
    UNH graduate student Cassidy Yates is helping to study the way we track and manage new contaminants in New Hampshire waters
    Tracking Emerging Contaminants in NH
    UNH graduate student Cassidy Yates is helping to study the way we track and manage new contaminants in New Hampshire waters

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