UNH will offer a groundbreaking master’s degree program beginning in the fall that will will combine the in-depth science and technology aspects of law enforcement with standard police practices, equipping students with the skills to perform high-end laboratory work in the field.
The latest issue of our alumni magazine features a series of profiles about graduates who have become leaders in a wide variety of industries. What unifies them is the role UNH played in putting them on the fast track to success.
Students studying a variety of cutting-edge topics agree on one thing: the hands-on learning opportunities they participate in build a foundation for success. They reflected on the benefits of a UNH master’s degree as part of the University’s 2nd Annual Graduate Student Appreciation Week.
Located in Prato, the second largest city in Tuscany, UNH’s Italian campus is in an area packed with history, beauty and charm, yet free of tourists. Check out a video featuring the sight and sounds of the campus.
The “ESPN The Experience” course enabled students to interact with station executives, watch the production of Monday Night Football from the sidelines and get a behind-the-scenes look at the worldwide leader in sports.
At the heart of UNH’s efforts to go solar has been a group of enterprising engineering students. Their work helping to design the panel layout, review design proposals and calculate energy savings is the essence of experiential education.
Communication student Jeff Rogers '15 says the hands-on experience he gained in the TV studios at UNH prepared him to hit the ground running during his fast-paced internship with the popular late-night comedy show Saturday Night Live.
At Winter Commencement, graduates reflected on the role their experiences at UNH have played in preparing them for the future. “Without these opportunities, I am not sure I would be where I am today,” said one grad.
Photography students and inspiring writers spent winter break capturing the tranquility of San Salvador Island. “It was experiential learning in all respects, said award-winning photographer and professor Robert Rattner.
Samantha Roy ’13 is a research assistant in the Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the University of Colorado. Her internship and teaching assistantships were the catalysts for a life after college that she says has been “everything I hoped.”
UNH’s newest student residence, Westside Hall, features 370 beds for first-year students and professional staff, a gourmet-quality dining hall, a parking garage, and classroom and lounge space with state-of-the-art technology and amenities.
The University’s new campus in Orange, Conn., features state-of-the-art technology and computer labs, classrooms and meeting rooms that are designed to simulate the atmosphere of working in the board room of a leading corporation. It’s a campus with a corporate twist.