Campus News

  • Global Tipping Points: Three-part series on current global challenges

    Event: Global Tipping Points Series Returns This Spring

    The Global Tipping Points series returns to UNH Manchester this spring, bringing in experts to address current world affairs. Entitled "New Directions," this year's series centers on issues surrounding  global health, foreign policy, and the past and future of the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal. Read More
  • UNH Manchester graduate Zach Window conducting research at his job with Boston Analytical

    From Student to Scientist: Transfer Student Pursues Career in Microbiology

    Torn between studying music or science, Zach Window ’16 opted for the latter after graduating from Bedford High School. After starting his college career at Keene State College and later transfering and graduating from UNH Manchester, Window is a Microbiologist I with Boston Analytical where he conducts microbiological testing for pharmaceutical companies which includes environmental monitoring and other United States Pharmacopeia (USP) testing. Read More
  • students studying

    Thinking About Switching Schools? Five Tips for Transfer Students

    According to a study by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), more than a third of college students transfer to another school. If you're in that mindset, here are some tips to help you navigate the transfer journey. Read More
  • Christopher Watts is pursuing a degree in ASL/English Interpreting at UNH Manchester and is attending tuition-free thanks to UNH's Granite Guarantee financial aid program.

    Renewed Optimism

    Christopher Watts has his hands full. He works full time, and he’s a full-time student at UNH Manchester, pursuing a degree in American Sign Language/English Interpreting. He was one of about 400 freshmen who entered UNH this fall under the new Granite Guarantee financial aid program that helps eligible New Hampshire residents attend UNH tuition-free. Read More
  • UNH Manchester featured in Politico Magazine article about the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute

    In the News: Can an Old Mill Town Become the Silicon Valley of Human Organ Manufacturing?

    Politico Magazine published a piece today about the revitalization of Manchester's millyard, highlighting how the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute is bringing together scientists, biomedical engineers and programmers to mass produce organs for transplants in the Granite State. Read More
  • UNH Manchester Launches Accounting Option to Address Market Demand

    UNH Manchester Launches Accounting Option to Meet Market Demand

    The demand for accountants is rising, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting faster-than-average employment growth of 10 percent nationwide and 12.5 percent growth in New Hampshire alone. In response to market demand, the University of New Hampshire at Manchester has launched a new accounting option within its Bachelor of Arts in Business program. Read More
  • Center for Academic Enrichment Staff Present Workshops on Student Engagement, Peer Tutor Training

    Staff from UNH Manchester's Center for Academic Enrichment (CAE) traveled to San Antonio this fall to present workshops on  student engagement and peer tutor training at the 32nd annual National College Learning Center Association (NCLCA) conference. Read More
  • John Cerullo Co-Authors Book on Brock Impeachment, Judicial Independence

    John Cerullo Co-Authors Book on Brock Impeachment, Judicial Independence

    In his new book The Impeachment of Chief Justice David Brock: Judicial Independence and Civic Populism, Professor Emeritus of History John Cerullo examines the legislative, judicial and civic consequences of the contentious effort to remove a chief justice from the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Read More
  • Therapy dogs ensure a frazzle free finals week at UNH Manchester

    Cookies, Cocoa and Therapy Dogs Ensure “Frazzle Free Finals”

    With finals week approaching, we know our students are hard at work with projects, exams, and essays. That’s why the Library, Center for Academic Enrichment (CAE), and Office of Student Involvement have joined forces to give you some much-needed study breaks over the next two weeks. You’re hitting the books hard, so Frazzle Free Finals features activities, goodies, and giveaways to keep your mind and body motivated through the rest of the semester. Here’s what we have planned so far, but keep checking back as we add more activities:   Read More
  • Breaking the News in Manchester

    Nathan Whitehead cut his journalism teeth with The Crusader, Manchester Memorial High School’s student paper, as a contributor and assistant editor-in-chief. The Crusader proved to be a good fit with his interest in both journalism and politics. He also saw the paper as a great way to get involved with the school community.   Read More