UNH Alums Making Headlines

UNH Alums Making Headlines

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Naomi Thaler Volain '80

FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES
Springfield, Mass., teacher wins national presidential award for science teaching. READ MORE >>

Rick Schavone '71

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Stanford diving coach goes to the Olympics in London. READ MORE >>

Joe McEachern '96G

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Owner of QA cafe, a small software company noted for treating its employees well, was recently recognized by his employees. READ MORE >>

Tom Pray '92

ENTOMOLOGY
Owner of Ecotech Pest Control Services practices integrated pest management. READ MORE >>

Peter Abdu '12

WILDLIFE AND BIOLOGY CONSERVATION
"Homebrew' camera catches first picture of live Canadian lynx in New Hampshire. READ MORE >>

Avram Niebling '10 (Economics) and Mark Sanford '09 (Horticultural Technology)

Web-based neighborhood service in Concord, N.H., matches people in need of assistance with those willing to help. READ MORE >>

Bryn Carey '04 (Business Admin) and Riley Tippet '03 (Business Admin: Info Systems)

Founders of Ski Butlers were Western Region winners of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award. READ MORE >>

Derek Folan '97

ENGLISH/JOURNALISM
Folan named Canton High School principal. READ MORE >>

Lucy Mistrella Milton '94

NURSING 
Nurse earns accolades for her volunteerism. READ MORE >>

Originally published by: 

UNH Today

Compiled by Elaine Isherwood, UNH Alumni Association

Headlines

  • 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.