Some are harmless, some are not
Lecturer Davida Margolin's course Germs 101 has taken on a new relevancy this year thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual Course, Actual Success
UNH’s Project SMART (Science and Mathematics Achievement through Research Training) moved its curriculum online this year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Curriculum builds nutritional knowledge and culinary skills
The UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture is now offering a culinary nutrition and food studies minor that provides practical skill and knowledge building in nutrition and the culinary arts for a wide range of students.
Students work together to prepare for the big event
UNH hosted the USEA/USEF-recognized horse trials on Saturday, September 29, and Sunday, September 30. This is UNH's 47th year hosting the trials.
This course will engage students in advanced topics in sustainable energy. Course content will review basic structures of our energy system, energy markets and economics, and the environmental, economic and technological of energy landscape. Focus will be on electricity and building use with...
This course provides students with a working knowledge and appreciation of the principles and practices used in remote sensing of the environment including analog and digital sensors for interpretation, measurements and mapping. Instructor: Dr. Russell Congalton
Four students sit outside a high tunnel with cardboard boxes at their feet, breaking the cloves off of garlic bulbs and separating them by size. Some will go to UNH Dining and some will be replanted.
Nutritional epidemiology is the study of the relationship between diet and human health. This course introduces basic concepts and methods in key areas of nutritional epidemiology, and discusses practical considerations related to designing, analyzing, and evaluating population-based nutrition...