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Ready to apply? Review the application requirements for your program and apply online.
The UNH Graduate School is committed to providing students with relevant and exciting professional development opportunities throughout the year; visit our Professional Development Calendar of Events to see what we'll be working on next!
The UNH Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) provides services and programs to faculty, teaching graduate students, and staff; check out their Fall 2015 Talk About Teaching Workshops series.
The application for Dissertation Year Fellowships (DYF) for qualifying doctoral students is now open. Visit our Aid Forms and Processes page to find out more!
Graduate student Janel Martin's research found that grafting melons onto the rootstocks of squash increases their production, a potential source of increased revenue for New England farmers.
A UNH scientist and two graduate student alumni have developed a new cherry tomato, the Rambling Rose, designed to be grown in hanging baskets in greenhouses.
We had over 30 students attend the first session! Join us for another DYF session on October 15th in MUB Theater 1 from 1:00-2:00.
Join Dawn Zitney, Wellness Educator from UNH Health Services for a workshop on stress management and effective methods to navigate graduate school. Lunch will be provided, courtesy of the Graduate School!
Interested in becoming faculty someday? Join us for advice and insight into what it means to be faculty at the college level. Friday, October 23 in Dimond Library Room 352 from 11:00-1:00, lunch included!
Academic Dates & Deadlines
- Graduating in December? Don't forget to file your Intent to Graduate online!
- Nov. 11: Veterans' Day; no classes and university offices closed in Durham and Manchester
- Spring registration opens in November
- Dec. 11: Last day of classes in Durham
- Jan. 7: Dissertation Year Fellowship (DYF) applications are due by noon