UNH in the News: The University’s Faculty and Programs in Local, Regional and National Media Outlets

UNH in the News: The University’s Faculty and Programs in Local, Regional and National Media Outlets

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Portsmouth Herald

Summer Boot Camp

UNH Helps Coordinate New Summer Boot Camp to Give Teen Programmers a Leg Up

The next "Angry Birds" just might come from the mind of a Seacoast student, thanks to the efforts of some local business leaders and a professor at Great Bay Community College.

Union Leader

UNH President Huddleston

Business Leader and UNH President Both Stress That Job Growth Stems From Technical Advantage

A strong higher-education system is essential to the jobs of the future, Joseph G. Morone, Ph.D., president and chief executive officer, Albany International, told legislators Wednesday.

USA Today

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Effort at UNH to Get Grads to Maintain Tradition of Senior Gift is Highlighted

College students may be taking on more debt, and unemployment rates may be daunting, but today's economic realities haven't stopped many graduating students from digging up a few more dollars to put toward a senior class gift. READ MORE >>

Union Leader

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Health Care Cost Containment Strategies at UNH Featured

One of the biggest drivers of municipal budgets each year is the rapid rise in annual health care costs. READ MORE >>

Fortune Magazine

UNH Alum Dave Cote '76

How UNH Alum Dave Cote ’76 Got Honeywell's Groove Back

Dave Cote is feeling the beat. He takes a sip of Mountain Dew and bobs his head in time to the throbbing bass of Jay-Z's "Hard Knock Life." READ MORE >>


Ken Johnson

Watch UNH Demographer Kenneth Johnson Discuss New Hampshire's Slow Population Growth on WMUR’s NH Business



Compiled by Erika Mantz, UNH Media Relations


  • As an occupational therapist, Tracey Ellis ’93 is trained to solve problems.

     So when her Washington, D.C.-based Ellis Therapeutic Consultants began delivering occupational therapy (OT) to American families living abroad and was quickly overwhelmed with work, she found a solution some in the high-touch field of OT might find surprising.

     She took her services online.