The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences' dedication to teaching, research and service reflect the mission of the University of New Hampshire, the State's Land Grant, Sea Grant and Space Grant institution and its only public research university. The College offers a full array of Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees in engineering, mathematics, computer science, chemistry, earth science and physics as well as interdisciplinary programs in materials science, environmental engineering and ocean engineering. The research and design project activities of the College fulfill an important part of its educational mission by providing "capstone" learning experiences for undergraduates, educating future research scientists and engineers and attracting, engaging and retaining excellent faculty and staff. The College also embraces its mission to serve the citizens of the State of New Hampshire, national and international needs where it may contribute, as well as the various professions represented by the faculty and staff.
- New Study from Ryan Cassotto '18G Explains Quirky Glacial Behavior (CIRES)Research conducted while Cassotto studied at UNHDec 03, 2018
- Climate Change WoesUNH researcher leads transportation chapter of National Climate AssessmentNov 27, 2018
- Shining New Light on Solar Fuel Photosynthesis inspired approach to recycling CO2Nov 26, 2018
- Into the Microbial DeepDepartment of Energy grant supports UNH research on hydraulic fracturingNov 25, 2018