Engineering technology professor Christopher LeBlanc has been elected as chair of programming for the Engineering Technology Division of the American Society of Engineering Education.
The Sunflower State Journal recently reported on the falling Kansas birthrate, which in 2019 hit the lowest level since record-keeping began in 1912, and interviewed Carsey School Senior Demographer Ken Johnson about immigration trends that have impacted the Kansas birthrate.
Abigail Chamberlain ‘20 describes her experience as a business student at UNH Manchester, during which time she landed an internship that led to her career as an operations coordinator for a yacht upholstery company.
The Commission to Study School Funding, supported by the Carsey School, found that New Hampshire should replace its current formula for funding public schools with one based on student outcomes such as assessment scores and graduation rates.
The UNH Geography Club wins second place in a regional geography competition.
Heeding the advice judges offered during the 2019 Social Venture Innovation Challenge helped a team committed to recycling garner three awards in this year’s event, an affirmation that their idea is a good one.
NOAA has awarded UNH oceanographer Andy Armstrong a Gold Medal for his contributions to delineate the U.S. extended continental shelf.
When the announcement was made that UNH would be able to play a spring football season sophomore quarterback Max Brosmer’s second thought was how excited he was .
New Hampshire Public Radio reports on the NH Commission to Study School Funding's approval and publishing of its 180-page report, which details a solution for a more equitable school funding model in New Hampshire. The Commission was supported in its work by members of the Carsey School of Public Policy.