As a leading public policy center, the Carsey School of Public Policy has focused its recent efforts on understanding the current COVID-19 pandemic and in engaging with local communities and residents to support them through this crisis.
These efforts have taken a number of forms and include a variety of research publications on the pandemic’s effect on state economies, rural communities, young adult safety nets, public perceptions, and more. Additionally, New Hampshire Listens at the Carsey School has launched a series of online discussions aimed at better understanding the crisis, providing resources, and preparing people for a return to public spaces.
We’ll update this page regularly with new research, events, and news out of the Carsey School regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have questions or would like some additional information, please contact us.
Latest COVID-19 Research Briefs
Read Our Recent Article On Carsey's
COVID-19 Research & Outreach
More UNH and Carsey News on COVID-19
Upcoming NH Listens Outreach & Engagement Events
Stay tuned for more events!
Recent Webinars with Carsey Research Authors
Watch a series of webinars and talks we've conducted with some of our Research authors.
Trusting Scientists More Than the Government
An Older Population Increases Estimated COVID-19 Death Rates in Rural America