Graduate School News
Welcome to our news and events page, where we highlight information relating to graduate students, including news stories, cutting-edge research articles, and upcoming events such as workshops, seminars, and social gatherings.
A potential student exchange program with the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez (UPRM) may also benefit the UNH Graduate School – or at least that’s the goal. Members from the UNH graduate community, including the Interim Dean of the Graduate School, Cari Moorhead, recently traveled to Puerto Rico to explore this possibility.
U.S News and World Report has released its 2018 rankings of the best graduate schools in the U.S., and the part-time MBA program at the University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics has been ranked among the top 100. Paul College was the only business school in northern New England to make the top 100.
Ecological research has long been a cornerstone of scholarship at UNH. Now, there’s another accolade honoring UNH faculty research: A January study in the journal Ecosphere found UNH second among 316 North American institutions in scholarly productivity in the field of ecology.
UNH graduate students participate in a Three Minute Thesis (3MT) practice run as they gear up for the official event in April. The 3MT event, which allows masters and PhD students to explain their research to a general audience in three minutes – and with just one PowerPoint slide.
Registration for this years Graduate Research Conference is now open. For more information about the conference, registration instructions and deadlines, please visit our Graduate Research Conference page.
This January term, the Graduate School hosted its third annual “Live Free or Die Writing Boot Camp,” which is a week-long program that provides uninterrupted all-day quiet space in the Memorial Union Building for writing or work of any kind.
At UNH’s Organic Dairy Research Farm, UNH researchers have launched an innovative composting program that provides a high-quality compost product and captures the heat energy for use elsewhere on the farm. It’s part of University Professor John Aber’s work looking beyond the cows to see the farm as an agroecosystem. To watch the video, visit the UNH Today article, Bye Waste, Hello Warmth
Michael D. Goldberg, the Todd H. Crockett Professor of Economics in the UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics and a senior research associate at the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), was the 2016 recipient of the Graduate Faculty Mentor Award.