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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.

Current News

Clarice Perryman, Scott Loranger and Elizabeth Weidner

Among the Best

Three UNH graduate students received Outstanding Student Paper Awards at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in December. Clarice Perryman, a Ph.D. student in the Natural Resources and Earth Systems Science program, Elizabeth Weidner, a Ph.D. student in oceanography, and Scott Loranger, also a Ph.D. student in oceanography, received the recognition.


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Fighting Suicide with Science

Staley, a doctoral candidate in sociology at UNH, has been making headlines for his work as Utah’s psychological autopsy examiner, a post in the Office of the Medical Examiner that was created by the legislature in direct response to the state’s suicide problem.


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Finding Their Swing

So inspired, in fact, that she and other staff members created a project-based learning unit to explore how individuals and groups find their swing “in life, in performance, in everything,” she says. For Ellwood’s students, that meant building their own boats.


Henry Herndon

Seeing the Hikers for the Trees

Doctoral student and outdoor enthusiast Myles Lynch is spending a lot of time in the White Mountain National Forest (WMNF) this summer. But instead of hiking or camping, Lynch, who’s pursuing a Ph.D. in education, is conducting important research on how others are using and enjoying the region’s iconic trails and waterfalls.


Radhika Bartaula

Guest Commentary - I’m a Young AG Scientist, and This is My Story

In today’s Golden Age of agricultural science and technology, we hear about major breakthroughs that would have felt like magic only half a century ago: genetically modified organisms, crop-monitoring drones, CRISPR/Cas9 (which can edit our own DNA!), robots that weed, remote-controlled tractors, and many more..