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Navigating Outside of Four Walls

“I want to reframe everyone’s mindset that nursing and human security can’t go together, because they can and should. I think there’s this very strong, preconceived notion that nurses are at the bedside and we’re just clinicians,” says Kristy Miyashita, a current master’s student pursuing a Global Conflict and Human Security degree from the Carsey School of Public Policy. “I want to reframe that mindset.”

Targeted Home Systems to Remove PFAS More Cost-Effective Than System-Wide Solutions

Households on public water systems are willing to pay an average of $13.07 a month, or $156.84 annually, on their monthly bills to protect themselves from PFAS — potentially cancer-causing chemicals — according to new research from the University of New Hampshire. ?

This amount is insufficient to cover the costs of municipal-level treatment. It does, however, align more closely with the costs of home water treatment systems that are effective at removing PFAFS from drinking water ??

UNH Becomes Home to First U.S. Location for Global Innovator in Metal 3D Printing

UNH and Australian company SPEE3D, a global innovator in metal 3D printing technology, inaugurated the company’s first U.S.-based manufacturing and applications site at the university’s John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday, June 17. SPEE3D develops printers that can efficiently produce metal parts in locations where traditional supply chains are impacted, from battlefields to submarines.