Anthony Buonfiglio '16 and Lauren Ritchie '16 joined top business students from around the world to develop innovative business solutions for social, economic, and community problems. Both students were chosen by their peers to present their ideas to a panel of executives and experts.
Student leaders continue to collaborate with University administrators to implement programs and initiatives that strengthen the University community and foster an environment in which everyone appreciates and embraces the opportunity to be a member of a diverse campus population.
Dean Lombardi ’82, president and general manager of the Los Angeles Kings, returned to campus to deliver the inaugural Allen Sack Lecture on Sport and Social Issues. He reflected on his career, the future of youth sports and the important role UNH played in his success.
Hands-on research is helping prepare Sarah Markland ’18, a forensic science and biology double major for medical school, where she’ll study forensic pathology. She’s already broken new ground in the field, studying the co-extraction of micro RNA and DNA, a process critical to examining crime scenes.
Devon Clark '15, '17 M.S. took experiential education to the next level with his latest robotic creation, "Ada," which helps people keep their online information private while demonstrating new trends in cybersecurity.
Princeton Review Again Names UNH a “Best in the Northeast" College
For the second year in a row, UNH has been recognized by The Princeton Review in its annual rankings of colleges across the country. UNH is included in the publication’s “Best in the Northeast” list for 2016.
Joining the New American Colleges and Universities consortium will enable the University to collaborate with similar institutions committed to providing a high-quality liberal arts education that combines experiential, collaborative and discovery-based learning opportunities.
The College of Business earned accreditation from AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business – a distinction awarded to less than five percent of business programs across the globe.
UNH will offer a groundbreaking degree beginning in the fall that combines the in-depth science and technology aspects of law enforcement with standard police practices, equipping students with the skills to perform high-end laboratory work in the field.
Located in Prato, the second largest city in Tuscany, UNH’s Italian campus is in an area packed with history, beauty and charm, yet free of tourists. Check out a video featuring the sight and sounds of the campus.
The University’s 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.