Project SMART is located on the Durham campus of the University of New Hampshire.
UNH is a vibrant place: a land-gran-, sea-grant, and space-grant university where undergraduate and graduate students engage in daily discovery and the intellectual excitement of doing research with their faculty mentors.

With a total student enrollment of over 14,000, UNH has campuses in Durham, NH, Concord, NH and Manchester, NH. The Durham campus is located just 15 miles from New Hampshire's seacoast.

The Project SMART Space Science module is supported by UNH Physics faculty and a select group of local high school physics teachers.


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About Space Science at UNH

Space Science at the University of New Hampshire combines our teaching faculty with research scientists and faculty, spanning two UNH groups:

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Contact Us

Project SMART Space Science Module
Program Director

Dr. Charles Smith
Research Professor
University of New Hampshire
Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space
207 Morse Hall, Durham, NH, USA 03824
Tel: (603) 862-0890

Project SMART Space Science Faculty

Louis Broad Physics Teacher
Timberlane Regional High School
Plaistow, New Hampshire
Scott GoelzerPhysics Teacher
Coe Brown Academy
Northwood, New Hampshire
Richard LevergoodPhysics Teacher
Londonderry High School
Londonderry, New Hampshire