Campus News

  • This year's Excellence in Teaching award recognizes Daniel Seichepine, assistant professor of neuropsychology and psychology. Suzanne Cooke, adjunct instructor of biological sciences, will receive the Adjunct Excellence in Teaching award.

    Daniel Seichepine, Suzanne Cooke Recognized for Excellence in Teaching

    Each year, UNH recognizes faculty who motivate, challenge and inspire students to succeed both in and out of the classroom. This year's Excellence in Teaching award recognizes Daniel Seichepine, assistant professor of neuropsychology and psychology. Suzanne Cooke, adjunct instructor of biological sciences, will receive the Adjunct Excellence in Teaching award. Read More
  • Biological sciences student Evan Boylan '18 finds path to Physician Assistant Studies graduate program

    Transfer Student on Pre-Med Track

    Inspired by his father who served in the Navy, Evan Boylan '18 enlisted in the Marine Corps after graduating from high school in 2011. Now in his senior year at UNH Manchester, the biological sciences major has set his sights on graduate school. Read More
  • Joe Reilly, former New Hampshire regional president of Eastern Bank, will receive this year's Granite State Award

    Retired Banker Joseph Reilly Named 2018 Granite State Award Recipient

    Joseph Reilly ’78, ‘90G, cares deeply about the communities he lives and works in, which is evident by his decades of engagement in local organizations and nonprofits. An alumnus of the University of New Hampshire, Reilly has contributed generously not only to the university, but to the community as a whole. For his outstanding achievements, service and contributions to New Hampshire, he will be recognized with the 2018 Granite State Award at UNH Manchester’s commencement ceremony on May 17. Read More
  • UNH Manchester's student leaders were recognized at the fourth annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony on April 25

    Student Leaders Recognized in Sixth Annual Award Ceremony

    Students, staff and faculty gathered last week to celebrate student leaders on campus. The sixth annual Student Leadership Awards ceremony recognized 41 students who were nominated for their contributions to UNH Manchester, from engagement in student clubs to employment across various department of the college. Read More
  • Students showcase results of yearlong senior projects at the Undergraduate Research Conference

    URC 2018: Engineering Endeavors

    Collaborative robots, power steering, infrared zoom lenses — these were just a few of the topics that students presented during Friday’s Undergraduate Research Conference at UNH Manchester. Read More
  • Hugh Meadows '18, psychology major

    The Pursuit of Psychological Research

    Hugh Meadows '18 wasn't sure what he wanted to do for a career when he graduated from Milford High School in 2010. After three years off from school, pursuing a Licensed Nursing Assistant certification reignited his interest in learning. Now Meadows is back in the classroom and research lab preparing to graduate with a bachelor's degree in psychology. Read More
  • Students debut video and audio projects at Cinema Arts Day

    URC 2018: Popcorn Included

    Dimmed lights, popcorn and the big screen were the key components of Wednesday’s Cinema Arts Day, an Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) event showcasing student films, scripts and audio productions. The event featured an array of projects that spanned genres, from video essays to podcasts to comedic shorts. Read More
  • UNH Manchester poster presentations

    URC 2018: The Hall of Research

    Students put their independent research, civic engagement activities and internship projects on display during the poster presentation session at the UNH Manchester's Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) on Wednesday. Posters and students lined the hallways, and faculty and staff stopped by to view and ask questions. The posters spanned a variety of disciplines and myriad topics, from drones to largemouth bass to Wonder Woman. Read More
  • Regenerative Medicine: A New Frontier, May 9

    Regenerative Medicine: The New Frontier, May 9

    The rapidly advancing field of regenerative medicine encompasses a range of new approaches to repair, regenerate or replace damaged tissues in the body—and Manchester has become a hub for bringing these new technologies to patients. Join us on May 9 at 5:30 p.m. as University of Vermont Professor of Medicine Daniel J. Weiss, M.D., Ph.D., discusses the history and future of regenerative medicine. Recognized as one of the leaders in this emerging field, Weiss will explore the hype behind the science and politics  of this transformative industry. Read More
  • Politics & society majors Jaisha Jimenez ’19 and Kimberly Morrow ‘19 debate House Bill 628, the creation of a family and medical leave insurance system, during the Present and Defend session at the Undergraduate Research Conference.

    URC 2018: From Horror Films to Amendment Rights in the Digital Age

    Horror films, drug policy and the nationalistic influence of tobacco advertisements were just a few of the topics students tackled at UNH Manchester’s Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) today. Read More