The Shoals Marine Laboratory (SML) is located on beautiful Appledore Island, in the Gulf of Maine just 6 miles off the coast of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This field station caters to undergraduate students interested in focusing on marine topics in their college majors.
All of UNH's Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS) data and information are available online at https://stars.aashe.org/institutions/university-of-new-hampshire-nh/repo.... STARS covers education and research, operations, and planning, administration and engagement.
The Sustainability Research Collaboratory (SRC) is the primary research pillar of the UNH Sustainability Academy. Its missions is to incubate researcher learning communities that will develop and submit interdisciplinary sustainability science proposals to federal agencies. The SRC accomplishes this mission by facilitating interdisciplinary sustainability science research among faculty from all colleges and institutes.
The CAAS-UNH Joint Laboratory for Sustainable Agro-Ecosystems Research conducts academic exchanges and cooperate in science and technology research. Its goal is to promote international research in agricultural development and the environment. The laboratory will be located on the campus of the CAAS Institute for Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning (IARRP) in Beijing, and the main UNH partner is the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture.
The mission of the New Hampshire Institute for Health Policy and Practice is to maximize the ability of the health system to assure the conditions for a healthy population through the development and implementation of high-quality applied health policy and research projects.
The Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire is nationally recognized for its research, policy education, and engagement. The school takes on the pressing issues of the twenty-first century, striving for innovative, responsive, and equitable solutions.
The Center for New England Culture promotes understanding of the region's diverse culture and rich history, and it fosters an appreciation of the value of regional culture in contemporary American life.
The Center for the Humanities was established in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of New Hampshire in 1986 to support humanities research by faculty from across the university, representing such fields as anthropology, communication, fine arts, folklore, foreign languages, geography, history, literature, philosophy, religious studies, sociology, and women’s studies.
The Organic Research Farm at the Burley-Demeritt and Bartlett-Dudley farm properties is operated by the NH Agricultural Experiment Station and College of Life Sciences and Agriculture at UNH. The Farm is managed as an integrated agro-ecosystem which includes all biological, physical and human related components. As such it offers a platform for research and education across many disciplines. Research priorities are relevant to both organic and conventional farm operations.