Alumni

Landscape view of forest with mountains in distance
New England has been losing forestland to development at a rate of 65 acres per day, according to report co-authored by John Aber. Read More
map of U.S. showing locations of UNH alumni events
Get ready for a year of fun and fascinating gatherings across the country. Read More
Two UNH researchers at the Shoals Marine Laboratory
Each summer, on a small island just off New Hampshire's coast, researchers from the Shoals Marine Laboratory work to save and protect threatened and... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Biaxial tester, used in advanced manufacturing
    - Advancing Manufacturing
    UNH will launch a pilot project in collaboration with New Hampshire’s community colleges and advanced manufacturing partners to address the workforce needs of the state’s advanced... Read More
  • photo of JJ Royster
    - UNH Welcomes Jacqueline Jones Royster
    Georgia Tech dean will deliver the 2017 Holden Lecture on Sept. 28. Read More
  • flowers with Thompson Hall
    - Passing: Robert C. Gilmore
    Professor Emeritus of History Robert Gilmore passed away on August 13, 2017. Read More
  • UNH alumni Lloyd and Grace Farwell
    - Planning a Path to the Future
    Lloyd ’48 and Grace Farwell ’45 never forgot their time at UNH. Read More
  • Hamilton Smith Hall at UNH in Durham
    - Sneak Preview
    Before it opened for the first day of classes, the UNH social media team got a sneak peek at the newly renovated Hamilton Smith Hall. Take a look, and then share your memories!... Read More
  • The newly renovated Hamilton Smith Hall at the University of New Hampshire in Durham
    - What’s Your Story?
    Share your memories for the Hamilton Smith Hall time capsule. Read More
  • Quinoa field trials at UNH
    - Crazy for Quinoa?
    UNH researchers are exploring whether a high-value crop could be grown successfully in northern New England. Read More
  • UNH student tracking moose in New Hampshire's northern woods
    - Tracking a Troubled Icon
    The iconic moose is in decline. Here's what UNH researchers are doing about it.  Read More
  • abstract sustainability illustration of leaves, eyes, bugs and part of an institution
    - Blue and White and Green All Over
    Take a walk through campus and it’s easy to get lost in UNH’s natural beauty. Tree-lined sidewalks border burbling streams and wander over gently rolling hills and past jutting... Read More
  • an illustration of corn plants growing out of the earth and a plate of food
    - Farm to Future
    When Sarah Jacobson ’07, ’12G returned to UNH in 2009 for a graduate degree in nutrition, she knew she also wanted a more holistic view of food. “The ecogastronomy program really... Read More