N.H. university looks to hire STEM educators, expand programs

The University of New Hampshire is taking steps to boost its science, technology, engineering and math education programs, as well as its community outreach. UNH Cooperative Extension plans to hire eight more STEM educators in the next two years, while university President Mark Huddleston recently announced a plan to expand the school's STEM departments and double the number of STEM graduates by 2025.

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