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    Years of Research in 3 Minutes: Can You Do It?

    UNH Graduate School to hold annual 3 Minute Thesis competition  

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    What's the Buzz?

    Grad student Wyatt Shell builds bee hotel to reveal honeybees' social complexity

  • Winter Writing Retreat Participants
    Record Turnout for the Winter Writing Retreat

    70 grad students kicked off 2020 with a week of focused work

  • Dissertation Year Fellows at the 2019 GRC
    The Dissertation: Nobody Gets Here Alone

    Dissertation Year Fellows weigh in on the writing process


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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2020 Graduate Research Conference

April 20 & 21

UNH invites you to attend or participate in the virtual 2020 Graduate Research Conference (GRC). The GRC is an annual showcase in which over 200 UNH graduate students from all academic disciplines present their work and research over the course of two days. Whether you're a participant or an attendee, the environment is electric and you'll almost certainly learn something new. More information on the GRC can be found here.

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