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Melissa Lyon, director of CaPS at UNH Manchester, presents the Wildcat Way to Professional Success

Internship & Career Planning is Now Career and Professional Success

Thursday, June 21, 2018
To better align with their Durham colleagues, the Internship & Career Planning office at UNH Manchester is now Career and Professional Success (CaPS). The CaPS team has also announced UNH's move to Handshake, a new career management system that connects students and employers. Read More
UNH Downtown Commons offers double and triple rooms to UNH Manchester students

UNH Manchester Announces Housing Option Downtown

Thursday, June 21, 2018
Beginning this fall, students at the University of New Hampshire at Manchester will have a UNH housing option downtown. UNH Downtown Commons will be located at 1000 Elm Street, just a short walk to campus and steps from Manchester’s vibrant restaurants, shops and nightlife. Read More
Alexandra Kirade is pursuing a Master of Public Administration and a Master in Community Development Policy and Practice at UNH

Nonprofit Passion Leads to Dual Master’s Degrees

Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Alexandra Kirade discovered her passion for nonprofit work while she was an undergraduate, embarking on humanitarian service trips to Nepal, Jordan and Chile. Now, she’s taking her education to the next level by pursuing a Master of Public Administration and a Master in Community Development Policy and Practice. Read More
Peer Assistant Leader Shreya Vijay '19, who is studying psychology with a minor in political science

Meet Your PALs Series: Shreya Vijay '19

Monday, June 18, 2018
The Meet Your PALs Series introduces you to UNH Manchester's Peer Assistant Leaders (PALs), who help first-year students adjust to campus life. Meet this week's PAL: Psychology major Shreya Vijay '19. Read More
After the sudden loss of her husband of nine years, Jenessa Zurek spent countless hours scouring libraries and the internet for children’s books to help their young sons cope with their profound loss.

Turning Pain into Hope: Disability Counselor Publishes Children’s Book About Loss

Friday, June 15, 2018
After the sudden loss of her husband of nine years, Jenessa Zurek spent countless hours scouring libraries and the internet for children’s books to help their young sons cope with their profound loss. She had little luck finding a book that her children would have an easy time understanding—so she decided to pen her own. Read More
Biotechnology Program Revamps Course, Equipment Aligned With ARMI

Biotechnology Program Revamps Course, Equipment Aligned With ARMI

Thursday, June 14, 2018
The University of New Hampshire at Manchester is leading the ARMI’s national education and workforce development efforts, which includes expanding its teaching and research facilities in the areas of bioengineering and cellular biology. Read More
Meet Peer Assistant Leader Jamila Peguero '21, a psychology major and graduate of Timberlane Regional High School.

Meet Your PALs Series: Jamila Peguero '21

Monday, June 11, 2018
The Meet Your PALs Series introduces you to UNH Manchester's Peer Assistant Leaders, who help first-year students adjust to campus life. This week's PAL is psychology major Jamila Peguero '21. Read More
In the News: Daniel Seichepine Talks Heroin's Effects on Brain on WMUR

In the News: Daniel Seichepine Talks Heroin's Effects on Brain on WMUR

Thursday, May 31, 2018
Daniel Seichepine, assistant professor of psychology and neuropsychology, recently spoke with WMUR reporter Mike Cronin about the physiological and biological changes triggered by heroin use. Read More
UNH Adds New Master’s Degree in Cybersecurity Policy and Risk Management

UNH Launches Master’s Degree in Cybersecurity Policy and Risk Management

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Beginning this fall, the University of New Hampshire will offer a sixth online master’s degree in cybersecurity policy and risk management (CPRM). The newest addition to UNH Online, this program blends cybersecurity strategy and policy with preparedness, incident response, recovery, and resilience – the heart of the security studies discipline.  Read More
Students learn hands-on skills in computer science in the STEM Discovery Lab at UNH Manchester

Why Pursue Computer Science?

Thursday, May 24, 2018
In New Hampshire alone, there are over 1,400 open computing related jobs across many different fields, yet there were only approximately 400 computer science graduates last year. As the Code.org regional partner for the state, UNH's STEM Teachers’ Collaborative and STEM Discovery Lab have a shared mission to give New Hampshire students access to opportunities in computer science. Read More