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John Olson '57

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Whelen Engineering president John Olson ’57 has always kept a low profile when it comes to his support of UNH. The benefactor behind one of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences’ most generous need-based endowments as well as one of the Durham campus’... Read More
Josephine Lamprey
Josephine A. Lamprey is a retired businesswoman, environmental pioneer and benefactor of sustainability programs at UNH. In 2012, she made a gift... Read More
John H. Smith, President Mark Huddleston and David Finklehor
An internationally known UNH professor and a generous alumni benefactor recently received the University of New Hampshire’s most prestigious awards... Read More
UNH students at Brookdale Senior Living
With Thanksgiving and the winter holidays on the horizon, it’s the time of year when many of us think about giving back — and hundreds of UNH... Read More
UNH Phonathon callers
It’s been around for more than a decade now, and the positive effect it has had on the university goes beyond dollars raised to the connections... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics
    - UNH Offers New $5 Million Scholarship Fund for Future Business Leaders
    Top students entering the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire next fall will benefit from a new scholarship created by alumnus Peter... Read More
  • Attendees of UNH's Great Works luncheon
    - Donors See the Benefits of Their Gifts
    Download and view all images from the event Ed Spuler ’96 was back on campus recently for a chance to see firsthand the impact that his financial support of UNH scholarships has... Read More
  • UNH Class of 1965 reunion dinner
    - Fifty Years Strong
    Jeanne Leavitt's most vivid memories of her undergrad years at UNH? "Hanging out in the student union, staying up late and gossiping all night!" Leavitt says. They may not have... Read More
  • senior student
    - Paying it Forward
    Into one’s life a little rain will fall, or so they say. For college seniors, the problem is more often financial drought — it's a time when scholarship funds dry up and student... Read More
  • Lewis Feldstein and Marcy Carsey
    - Doubly Honored
    On September 19, alumni and friends gathered to bestow the University of New Hampshire’s two highest honors on alumna Marcy Peterson Carsey ’66, ’88H and Lewis Feldstein. Carsey,... Read More
  • lewis feldstein and marcy carsey
    - It's an Honor: 2014 Hubbard and Pettee Awards Bestowed
    An Emmy-winning television producer and a former New Hampshire Charitable Foundation president who speaks nationally on social capital received the University of New Hampshire’s... Read More
  • jenn higgins with supporters running marathon
    - Going the Extra Mile (Update!)
          UPDATE: Congratulations, Jenn Higgins Pitre ’95, ’05G  for finishing her first marathon in 5 hours 24 seconds and for raising more than $2,600 for UNH! Three future... Read More
  • Former Senator and Business Leader Win Service Awards
    - Former Senator and Business Leader Win Service Awards
    UNH has announced the recipients of its most prestigious awards, the UNH Alumni Association’s Pettee Medal and the UNH Foundation’s Hubbard Family Award. Thomas W. Haas is the... Read More
  • paul college interior study space
    - Learn More About the New Business College Building
    Learn more about the new business school building and how Peter T. Paul's donation made it happen. READ MORE Set in Stone: Masons’ Skills Shine in Paul College Wall “Intricate... Read More
  • theatre students from undergraduate prize plays
    - Independence Day
    From left: Dan Shine, Alyssa LeBlanc, Colton Huelle, Elise Williams and Nicholas Iannotti. Dozens of students have taken over the Hennessy Theatre. Faculty are not allowed. Only a... Read More