humanities class in session
UNH and CCSNH have received a Mellon Foundation grant to support the study of humanities. Read More
Illustration for MLK celebration
UNH’s 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr., Tribute begins Feb. 1 and continues through Feb. 22. Read More
6 Tips for a Great Garden This Year
Seed catalogs are now showing up in mailboxes, assuring us that spring is not too far away. At UNH Cooperative Extension's Education Center and Info... Read More

Recent Stories

  • 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. Read More
  • 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.  Read More
  • Karen Bennett
    - The Binding Thread of Forestry
    Karen P. Bennett, of UNH Cooperative Extension and the department of natural resources and the environment in the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, received the 2016... Read More
  • Actors in a play about the town of Stratham, NH
    - Inspired by the Past
    A history major immerses herself in the stories of a 300-year-old town. Read More
  • David Kaye, chair of theatre and dance at UNH
    - Speaking of David Kaye…
    What do you do when Scrooge sustains a concussion just days before opening night of “A Christmas Carol”?  Read More
  • figures forming a bridge illustration by Anthony Freda
    - Building Bridges
    When Chris Misavage, a middle school math and science teacher, took a job at Wentworth Elementary in rural northern New Hampshire, the community was in crisis. The school’s... Read More
  • UNH Magazine Editor-in-chief Kristin Waterfield Duisberg talking with President Mark Huddleston
    - In This Issue...
    I had the privilege of being on hand when President Mark Huddleston formally announced UNH’s $275 million comprehensive campaign at the “Hear Us Roar” Celebrate 150 event on Sept... Read More
  • UNH/Northeast Passage sled hockey player
    - Suiting Up for Sled Hockey
    “Having Northeast Passage on campus is really like a dream come true.” Student-athlete Dan Santos '17 talks about his time at UNH and playing on Northeast Passage's sled hockey... Read More
  • white clam pizza at UNH harvest dinner
    - (Local) Flavors of Fall
    Grilled swordfish with roasted tomatoes, anyone? Or how about lamb sliders? This year's harvest dinner event took "local" to a whole new level.  Read More
  • Eric Muirhead
    - Navy Veteran on the Right PATH
    Eric Muirhead says he learned about Northeast Passage’s PATH program at a good time, a time when, as he puts it, his life was “going downhill.”  Read More