Graduate News and Events
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.
News and Announcements
UNH Dining Services is pleased to offer a promotion to graduate students so they can check out the value and offerings of the campus dining program. Graduate students will receive a $9.00 promotional price for any meal at any of our Dining Halls during the week of September 7th – September 13th with a valid ID. Also, swipe meal plans are available and make eating with Dining as low as $7.48 a meal! Plans are available at the ID Office in
Holloway Commons or online; visit the UNH Dining Services website for more information.
After earning her Ph.D. in Plant Biology from UNH in 2014, Lise Mahoney is continuing her work as a post-doctorate through the NH Agricultural Experiment Station. Mahoney’s focus is on breeding strawberries with colored petals that are grown to be flavorful and disease resistant. Read more about Mahoney and her work on breeding delicious and colorful strawberries.
New research indicates that the Smokey Winged Beetle Bandit wasp may be much more effective than standard traps in monitoring the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer in the Granite State. Entomologist and UNH zoology professor Donald Chandler oversaw the project, collaborating with graduate student Morgan Dube. Read more about Prof. Chandler, Morgan Dube, and their research on the smokey winged beetle bandit.
Professor Jo Laird, Geology, was recently named Educator of the Year by the Association of Women Geologists (AWG). The AWG award is given to well-established college or university teachers who have played a significant role in the education and support of women geoscientists both within and outside the classroom. Read more about Prof. Laird and her prestigious award.
After graduating with his Bachelor's degree, Andrew LeFrancois began working at a Manchester-area middle school, where he spent two years serving as the In-School Suspension Specialist. Through conversations with educators, he learned that to advance in a career in education, he would need to go to graduate school. Read more about LeFrancois and his experiences in the graduate education program in Manchester.
Faculty, graduate student scientists, and alumni from the University of New Hampshire were among those recognized recently for their work in helping conserve the White Mountain National Forest. The Two Chiefs Partnership Award recognizes partnership efforts that promote landscape conservation across jurisdictional and resource boundaries. Read more about research conducted in New Hampshire's White Mountains.
Doctoral students who have an upcoming dissertation oral defense will be announced on our website to help raise awareness about the research being conducted across campus. Take this oppurtunity to learn about the different types of research our graduate students are working on!
Events and Workshops
- September 17:
LGBTQA+ Garden Party
Paul College Courtyard, 4:30-6:30PM
- September 24:
MUB Strafford Room, 5:00-7:00PM