Stories in Topic: Campus Life

  • Dean Mike Ferrara of the UNH College for Health and Human Services
    12.10.14 - Acts of Kindness Followed by UNH Pride
    Successful Month of Believing wrapping up this week
    Many of the CSDC children recognized CHHS Dean Mike Ferrara's story pick, The Mitten by Jan Brett.
  • UNH Marching Band Celebrates 95 Years in 2014
    12.08.14 - Marching On
    The Wildcat Marching Band celebrates 95 years of making music
  • Say Something Nice at UNH
    12.04.14 - Megaphone Megakindness
  • Diwali at UNH
    12.04.14 - Diwali in Durham: Indian Students' Association Holds Festival of Lights
  • Diwali at UNH
    12.04.14 - Diwali in Durham
    Indian students' association holds festival of lights
    Music, dance, vibrant colors and spicy food were all part of the recent Diwali celebration sponsored by the Indian Subcontinent Students’ Association at UNH. Diwali, India’s festival of lights, is the subcontinent’s most significant festival of the year.  Download Photos
  • 12.03.14 - UNH Linguist Honored with Book Award
  • 12.03.14 - Designing Woman
    Szu-Feng Chen receives 2014 Outstanding Assistant Professor award
    Szu-Feng Chen received the 2014 Outstanding Assistant Professor award at the annual faculty excellence ceremony recently. The award recognizes inspiring, challenging, effective teachers who make important contributions to their chosen fields. Chen teaches in the UNH Department of Theatre and Dance. She says, "It's really a luxury that I can have fun while working hard." Hear more in this video.
  • 12.03.14 - Pass on Your Power Suits
    Step into your closet. See anything you haven’t worn in the past year? There’s someone who needs your extra ties and too-tight dress shoes more than you do. And his or her career may depend on them.
  • 12.01.14 - Manchester on the Move
    Historic building is the future for UNH’s city campus
  • 11.26.14 - Giving Thanks
    Students, faculty and staff share what they’re most thankful for this year
    The food here.English professors.Friends and loved ones.This beautiful campus.A 'wicked awesome' education. Those were just a few of the things that students, faculty and staff said they were thankful for recently. Dozens of people stopped by the Month of Believing thank-you photo booth set up in the MUB by the University Advancement staff.
  • 11.20.14 - Review of Thompson School Calls for a Return to Its Roots
    The Thompson School of Applied Science fills a unique need in the state, providing an associates level, job-ready education in the areas of land, food and animals that community colleges don’t and/or can’t provide. UNH is committed to the Thompson School’s original mission to best serve its students as well as the workforce needs of the state while at the same time addressing increased competition, enrollment pressures and a need to control costs. The school fills an essential role in the university’s mission to provide high-quality programs of distinction. 
  • 11.18.14 - UNH Joins Partnership for a Healthier America to Offer Healthier Choices for Students, Employees
    The University of New Hampshire became one of the first schools to sign on to the Partnership for a Healthier America's (PHA) Healthier Campus Initiative, in a three-year commitment to make its campus healthier by adopting guidelines around food and nutrition, and physical activity and programming. This initiative will impact more than 15,000 students and more than 3,000 faculty and staff.
  • Mopeds are a popular form of transport at UNH
    11.17.14 - Getting Around
  • 11.12.14 - “This Is My Water”
    International students on life in a foreign country
     Chao "Yvonne" Yang Chao Yang remembers the moment she knew she would someday come to America. She was a five-year-old, watching television with her parents. There was a Thanksgiving scene: a large turkey, a beautifully set table. She even remembers the shiny silverware.  
  • 11.11.14 - Around the World and Back Again: One Veteran's Story
    Growing up, Kristina Johnson noticed that in her town, not many people left to see the world. But she wanted to. That wanderlust didn't change after graduating Goffstown High School in 2005 and continuing her college career at UNH Manchester. What did change, what turned her dream into a plan of action, was some advice from a professor in the summer of 2007.
  • 11.10.14 - UNH Marks Veterans Day
    UNH marked Veterans Day 2014 with events, ceremonies and community service on campus and in local communities. On Friday, UNH Army and Air Force ROTC cadets held vigil at the flagpole in front of Thompson Hall from 7 a.m. – 4 p.m., with a changing of the guard every 30 minutes. More photos in slideshow below    
  • Retired UNH Prof. David Olsen (center) receives Patriot Award
    11.10.14 - Former UNH Prof. David Olsen Receives Patriot Award from NHESGR
    Former UNH professor of natural resources David P. Olsen (center), with his former graduate student Lee Alexander (right) and NHESGR's John Pappas. 
  • 11.06.14 - Go Wildcats
    As we head into the “Month of Believing,” here’s some inspiration. 
  • 11.06.14 - Calling All Believers
  • 11.05.14 - Great Things Ahead on Campus: Service, Gratitude and Pride All Part of Upcoming 'Month of Believing’