UNH researchers found that New England’s LGBTQ+ residents experience a rate of food insufficiency that is two to three times higher than that found among cisgender New Englanders. Their findings are helping to highlight the ways existing policies and programs that address food insecurity. Read more
UNH’s Center of Integrated Biomedical and Bioengineering Research (CIBBR) has been granted a second $10 million award from the National Institutes of Health, enabling the center to continue advancing cutting-edge interdisciplinary research. Read more
Two COLSA study-abroad programs, EcoQuest: Ecology in Action and Livestock and Wildlife Management in Namibia, provide students with a global classroom. Read more
Two new COLSA scientists are at the forefront of growing UNH’s research in the fascinating and rapidly advancing field of ecological acoustics. Read more
COLSA scientists and students are traveling the globe to study thawing permafrost caused by rising temperatures and determine potential impacts could result. Read more
UNH College of Life Sciences & Agriculture: Global Reach
UNH COLSA scientists and scholars unite with experts worldwide to share knowledge and tackle unique challenges. Using the map below, explore just some of the global locations where COLSA research and programming takes place, and learn more about COLSA researchers, and the partners they collaborate with, working to advance science and education for all.
The UNH Cucurbit Research and Breeding Program: Advancing Plant Science
Forestry & Climate Science Exchange Program: UNH and Bangladesh
THRIVE Fall 2023
Published in September 2023
THRIVE is published by the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture. Our goal is to inspire and inform our alumni, friends, faculty, staff and partners by sharing college news and celebrating faculty, alumni and student achievements as we work to continuously strengthen our commitment to research, teaching and public service. In the fall 2023 issue, we highlight COLSA’s connections and research around the globe.