Managed and staffed by the students in the hospitality and tourism management department, the Hazell Nut Café is one of the first full-service cafés in the country run entirely by students. It is the essence of experiential education.
UNH boasts the largest American Criminal Justice Association chapter in the country. At a recent competition, the team took home 37 awards and showed why the Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences has earned an international reputation for excellence.
If you've been to the UNH campus lately, you've undoubtedly seen the large construction zone that is being transformed into our newest residence hall. The project remains on schedule for occupancy next fall, and you can watch the construction live as it happens.
Graduate business programs will have a new home beginning in January 2014. Purchase of the 70,000-square-foot facility on 47 acres in Orange, Conn., was underwritten by gifts from two prominent alumni – Charles Pompea ’71, ’90 EMBA and Samuel Bergami Jr. ’85 EMBA.
State-of-the-art facility will be part of The Boathouse at Canal Dock in New Haven and will feature teaching labs and a public education space. UNH’s portion of the center is being constructed with generous gifts from alumni Robert M. Lee and Linda M. Hanaway.
Meet Nia, a 55-pound, seven-year-old Golden Labrador Retriever, who is UNH’s first K-9 officer. Her role is to comfort students, train criminal justice students regarding the duties of K-9 officers and build a connection between UNH police and the student body.
UNH Introduces Leading Experts in National Security
Ibrahim (Abe) Baggili, one of the top minds in the expanding field of cyber forensics, and Matthew Schmidt, an expert in planning complex military operations, are working across disciplines to further develop the University’s acclaimed national security program.
Collaborating with leading companies has led to patents being pursued by two businesses, job offers and, most importantly, an opportunity for engineering majors to develop the skillsets needed to thrive in the field.