Sarah Schaier

Sarah Schaier's Articles

  • a photo collage of different UNH 2017 graduates
  • UNH's Molly Jacobson '17


    Protecting Maine’s shorebirds leaves Molly Jacobson '17 happy as a lark.
  • UNH student with a cat in the PAWS clinic, part of the veterinary technology program

    Leader of the Pack

    UNH’s veterinary technology program has been named the second best in the country.
  • Alana Davidson

    Meal Plan

    Alana Davidson’s emails end with this quote: “For now I ask no more than the justice of eating.”
  • UNH graduate Anna Gruen

    Finding Her Success

    During a recent job interview, a could-be future boss asked Anna Gruen ’17, “Where do you see yourself in 50 years?”
  • Researchers at EPA awards ceremony

    Researchers Honored at EPA Awards Ceremony

    John Aber and Gregg Moore received honors at the Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental Merit Awards ceremony.
  • dairy cows at a farm in New Hampshire

    Relief Fund Proposed for New Hampshire’s Dairy Farms

    In early December, New Hampshire’s Dairy Farmers Task Force voted 5-1 to propose a dairy producer relief program during the 2017 legislative session.
  • the downtown areas of Littleton and Rochester NH

    A Town Wants Visitor Feedback? There’s an App for That

    UNH Cooperative Extension has developed an app to help communities solicit impressions about their downtown areas and analyze the feedback gleaned. 
  • STEM Docents Training at Piscataquog River in Manchester

    STEM Sell

    After an unbroken string of unusually hot, dry days, the skies finally opened on Wednesday, Aug. 10, drenching the 12 STEM docents who had gathered at the Piscataquog River in Manchester for the...
  • New Hampshire educators practice the inquiry teaching method.

    Inquiring Minds

    Before young children set foot in a classroom, much of what they learn is the result of their own curiosity and unstructured exploration.
  • STEM teachers summit at UNH

    Full STEM Ahead

    Adrien Deshaies is helping his students push limits and approach science in unconventional ways. A science and robotics teacher at Belmont High School in New Hampshire, he attended the second annual...
  • A New Hampshire farmer

    Field of Greens

    Many New Hampshire farmers view trading their tried-and-true full season silage corn variety for one with a shorter growing season as more than a little risky. But not Adam Crete, who runs the Crete...
  • jack o'lanterns on UNH campus
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