Academics

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    UNH comprises six schools and colleges offering 100+ majors in business, liberal arts, engineering, life and physical sciences, applied sciences, and health and human services.

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    Student performances pack the Paul Creative Arts Center, the hub of artistic expression at UNH.

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    Students in the Formula SAE club don't just learn about racecars. They build one—and race it! Club members explore the latest technology required to design, build, and test a high-performance vehicle.

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    With more than 900 students, the UNH Undergraduate Research Conference each spring is one of the largest and oldest showcases of undergraduate research in the country.>

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    At UNH, students work closely with faculty to find answers to real-world challenges. Opportunities to conduct hands-on research at the undergraduate level draw many students to UNH.

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    Students get some hands on experience outside of Kingsbury Hall, home to the University’s College of Engineering and Physical Sciences.

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    Walk down the corridors of the Paul Creative Arts Center and you’ll hear virtually every style of music imaginable drifting out of the practice rooms and recital halls.

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    UNH faculty members embrace their roles at mentors, and work closely with undergraduate students at every level, in every discipline.

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    Students at UNH embrace new experiences and healthy challenges, and have fun doing it! A new state-of-the-art climbing wall is a popular draw, especially in cooler months.

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    Dimond Library offers diverse study options, from large quiet areas to small group study rooms and individual carrels.

  • Shoals Marine Lab Underwater Research Class

    Located on a 95 acre island seven miles off the coast of New Hampshire, the Shoals Marine Laboratory is jointly operated by UNH and Cornell University. Every summer, UNH and Cornell students come to SML for two weeks to take Underwater Research, perhaps the only class to take place 30 feet deep in the Atlantic Ocean. Produced by UNH Video Services

  • UNH Hamel Scholars Profile

    Meet UNH Hamel Scholars Kerry Murchie and Connor Strobel in this student profile. Produced by UNH Video Services

  • In the Classroom – Video Series

    The UNH 'In the Classroom' series gives a quick glimpse into different classes at UNH. Produced by UNH Video Services

  • UNH Truman Scholar, Brooks Payette

    University of New Hampshire junior Brooks Payette has been selected as a 2011 Truman Scholar, a prestigious national award that provides up to $30,000 for graduate studies in public service fields. Produced by UNH Video Services

  • Football Equipment Study at UNH

    If you're a football player injured on the field, UNH's Erik Swartz has your back. And your neck, and your airway. Join Swartz, associate professor of athletic training, and undergraduates Caleb Couture and Reanna Cernigliaro in the lab as they conduct research on removing injured players' helmets and shoulder pads to access airways and other vital functions quickly and safely. Produced by UNH Video Services.

  • UNH Bobcat Research

    UNH graduate student Derek Broman and Wildlife Ecology Professor John Litvaitis are working on a cooperative project with the NH Fish and Game Department to study bobcat's health, population, and their movement throughout the southwest part of the state. Produced by UNH Video Services and University Communications &Marketing.

  • UNH Pink Bike

    University of New Hampshire electrical engineering students, Ashley Hale and Emily Car, create a senior project to help visually impaired children ride a bike. Produced by UNH Video Services