Physics alum heads to Kenya for Peace Corps
University of New Hampshire alum Denise Richard '14 is among the first Peace Corps volunteers to return to overseas service since the agency’s unprecedented global evacuation in March 2020.The Peace Corps suspended global operations and evacuated nearly 7,000 volunteers from more than 60 countries...
Researchers at University of New Hampshire have been awarded $3.4 million from U.S. Department of Energy to study the thawing of Arctic Permafrost to see its effects on lakes and streams.
Ruth Varner, Professor of Earth Sciences, leads this exciting new research project in Sweden.
Marek Petrik was recognized as the 2022 CEPS Outstanding Research Award winner in the Non-Tenured-Track Instructor category.
Matt D'Amico was recently recognized as CEPS' Outstanding Teaching Award winner in the Graduate Teaching Assistant category.
How we could solve the dark matter mystery
Theoretical physicist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein takes lviewers inside the search for this cosmos-shaping invisible matter and explains how, with the help of a new generation of telescopes, we could be closer to demystifying it than ever before....
Selena Richards '22
Watch how first generation college student Selena Richards excelled in computer science and secured a position at one of the world's leading technology companies.
Matt DiBiase '22
Electrical engineering's Matt DiBiase discusses how took his passion for playing guitar and turned into into his senior design capstone project by designing and building a digital guitar effect pedal
Students recognized for their commitment to protocol
Md Al Faruk, a Chemistry Ph.D. student, and Andrew Jenkins '24, a chemistry major, were both recenly recognized with the ...