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The Graduate Assistant Orientation program is designed to provide teaching, research, and graduate assistants with the tools needed to succeed in meeting the demands of an assistantship. We may not have all the answers, but we hope it helps graduate assistants ask the right questions. Learn More
This course covers a range of topics related to research communication, including audience, visual and oral presentation skills, and online forms such as websites, blogs, and social media (emphasis will vary depending on student interest). Open to students from all disciplines. Learn More
Earth and Environmental Sciences doctoral student Amanda Daly was recently named a Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) program finalist. The highly competitive two-year program connects finalists with participating federal agencies looking to hire exceptional advanced-degree candidates for what will potentially lead to a successful career in public service.
In 2013, Cheney enrolled in UNH’s Ph.D. program, commuting from Plymouth to Durham, where he taught undergraduate courses and even published a collection of short stories, Blood: Stories, which won a Hudson Prize for an unpublished collection of poems or short stories from publisher Black Lawrence Press in 2016. His book was featured on New Hampshire Public Radio’s "The Bookshelf."
The (603) Challenge is an annual, online fundraising campaign that offers alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends the chance to make a gift to their favorite area(s) across the university. And thanks to a generous group of donors underwriting the challenge, these gifts are matched up to $150 per donor until the pool of $150,000 in matching funds runs out. In addition, there are surprise bonus opportunities throughout the week that can make your gift go even further. This online only challenge starts June 3 at 12 p.m. ET and ends June 8 at 6 p.m. ET.
Academic Dates & Deadlines
- May 28: Memorial Day, UNH Closed
- June 18: Last day to file intent to graduate for September 2018 w/out $25 late fee
- July 4: Independence Day, UNH Closed
- July 9: Last day for final Ph.D Dissertation Defense for September 2018 graduation