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    Summer research workshops provide practical skills to new researchers. 

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    So Much To Do, So Little Time

    UNH Masters student Bennett Thompson relies on graduate student resources to finish his thesis.

 

UNH Graduate School

We are a flagship public research university with a small-school feel.  With more than 100 programs at the master's, certificate, and doctorate levels across three campus and online, graduate education and UNH leads the way inspiring and preparing today's rising stars to become tomorrow's successful leaders.


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Masters/Doctoral Students 
across Durham, Manchester 
and Online campuses

130+

Research and professional

Degree programs

94%

Of Master's Graduates are
working or pursuing further
education within 6 months

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50+ institutes and centers

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$112 million + in support and grants

Graduate Student Writing Boot Camp
UNH Graduate School’s Dissertation/Thesis Writing Retreat

Sept. 13 & 14, Oct. 19, Nov. 2, and Dec. 7.

These will be all-day writing sessions in The Nest (T-Hall G15) with support and resources from the Connors Writing Center and the Grad School. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. The first session on Sept. 13 will start with a goal-setting brunch, and then continue with the retreat on one Saturday every month. For more info contact jovana.milosavljevic@unh.edu.

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