UNH has partnered with Galvanize to create a master’s degree program that will use a blend of theoretical and real-world learning to equip students with the skills they need to become world-class data scientists.
Students had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take part in a lively discussion led by a sitting U.S. Supreme Court Justice. “It was like a criminal justice student’s dream come true,” said Brianna Stefano ’17, president of the Legal Studies Society.
UNH’s campus in Prato, the second largest city in Tuscany, is an ideal location to explore Europe. It offers the advantages of a major city while retaining the feel of a close-knit town—the best of both worlds for an international immersion.
UNH’s newest student residence, Westside Hall, features 370 beds for first-year students and professional staff, a gourmet-quality dining hall, a parking garage, and classroom and lounge space with state-of-the-art technology and amenities.
The Tow Institute for Youth Justice will develop an innovative curriculum that broadens the University’s course offerings in juvenile justice and creates a model for sharing knowledge with colleges and universities nationwide.
Chris Bartels ’15 M.S. says his internship in Major League Baseball’s Commissioner’s office and his experiences as a student in UNH’s sports management program have helped him fashion a career in the sports industry.
Rankings by The Princeton Review based largely on feedback from students about the quality of their professors and facilities and their experiences on campus. Students said their professors are “completely supportive and only want the best for their students.”
The ranking assesses colleges in four key areas: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant campus communities and successful graduate outcomes. It is the fourth year in a row UNH has received this prestigious honor.
The University’s new campus in Orange, Conn., features state-of-the-art technology and computer labs, classrooms and meeting rooms that are designed to simulate the atmosphere of working in the board room of a leading corporation. It’s a campus with a corporate twist.
Since joining the UNH community in 2004, President Steve Kaplan has overseen an incredible transformation marked by new programs, state-of-the-art facilities and increased fundraising. A U.S. Senator calls UNH’s growth under Kaplan a "huge American education success story."
Leading Fine Arts Institution Becomes UNH’s Sixth College
Affiliation between UNH and Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts enables the University to offer a high-quality BFA program and provides Lyme students access to UNH’s growing portfolio of innovative experiential learning opportunities.