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    UNH PhD student organizes and hosts SciComm meeting on diversity and inclusion.  

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    Finding Language for Silence

    MFA Writing student travels to Japan on STAF award

  • Win Watson Scuba Diving
    The "Glue" to Watson Labs

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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.  As part of an R1 university, a status awarded to only the top research institutions, UNH graduate students have an abundance of opportunities to engage in cutting-edge scholarship with a diverse array of faculty, facilities, and resources.

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Grad Students at the retreat
Spring 2020 Writing Retreats

Jan. 31, Feb. 1, March 7, April 4, May 2. 

Are you working on a dissertation/thesis? The Dissertation/Thesis Retreat is for anyone at any state of dissertation writing—even if you have finished your dissertation, but still have revisions to do, consider registering! These will start with a goal-setting brunch (1/31), followed by all-day writing sessions one Saturday per month in the Nest (T-Hall G15) with support and resources from the Connors Writing Center + the Grad School. Register here

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The Dissertation: Nobody Gets Here Alone

The Dissertation: Nobody Gets Here Alone

The Dissertation: Nobody Gets Here Alone

Dissertation Year Fellows weigh in on the writing process...

Highly Cited

Highly Cited

Highly Cited

Frey, Finkelhor make 2019 list of influential researchers...