I couldn't have gotten back here without first starting here.
UNH provided the building blocks I needed to pursue my masters degree, and ultimately my career.
I'm working as a residential director in a building that houses 250 first year students, supervising a staff of 11, running most mornings, and loving ...
I get to spend time with some of the hardest working, most dedicated, and spirited students you'll find anywhere.
I believe in UNH because it led me to where I am today. I'm a 35-year-old that got a good education and has had an incredibly successful career.
I'm the cohost of one of the most popular outdoor shows in N.H., the Fish Nerds podcast.
I was the creative services director at several Maine TV stations for years before I sold my first book. It's about the world trip I took with my wife...
I make decisions based on gut, with a heavy emphasis on energy that someone or something projects. I was sold the moment I saw the campus.
Being so involved in the UNH community helped me realize how much I enjoyed my experience and eventually led me to a career in higher education.
With the education, training and support I received from UNH, I felt I could take on the world and make it a better place, both for myself and for the...
I believe in UNH because endless opportunities are presented to all to achieve a multitude of successes in life.
I changed my college plans from Syracuse to UNH at the last minute because I really felt at home here.
I am the co-chair of the board of UNH Young Hospitality Professionals, which fellow alum Emily Spencer ('10) and I formed two years ago.
I have taken my media skills to a position as a project manager at a social media advertising agency in New York City.
UNH inspired my love for learning and played a huge role in the leader I've become today.
I live in southern China and oversee a staff of 38 Chinese managers. I've lived in Asia for 21 of the last 25 years.
I was recently named as a NASA Solar Systems Ambassador, so I will be putting on local STEM events that are endorsed by NASA.
After attending my first alumni event in NYC in 2013 …I have become actively involved in the network and recently started in my role as president.
I moved my life down to Florida four years ago to work for the PGA TOUR … I get to watch golf for a living. I can't complain.
As a transfer student I wasn't sure what to expect from UNH. I can safely say that transferring to UNH was the best life decision I have made to date....