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  • UNH alumna Jennifer Blessing working with a service dog in training
    - A Dog-Lover’s Tale
     Jennifer Blessing '14 works with a Warrior Canine Connection service dog in training. Jen Blessing ’14 has always loved animals.But it was her work at UNH's Thompson School of... Read More
  • 2016 Undergraduate Research Conference Photo Gallery
  • Drew Conroy with Rwandan colleague Aurore Ugirabe
    - Fulbright Awards
    Drew Conroy, professor of applied animal science at the Thompson School, is in Rwanda with his family during the spring semester through his second Fulbright Scholar Award, while... Read More
  • Thompson School of Applied Science student Dylan Smith
    - Fungi, Fundraisers and Passiflora
    If there’s anything you’ve ever wondered about the ecological virtues of fungi, Dylan Smith ’16 can probably give you the answer. Read More
  • A map of the world showing locations where UNH faculty will be teaching or taking part in projects this spring.
    - Professors Without Borders
    During the spring term, faculty from both the Durham and Manchester campuses will be taking their expertise outside their traditional classrooms via a variety of fellowships and... Read More
  • cornucopia at UNH local harvest dinner
    - A Season of Feasting
    Thanksgiving’s arrival this week ushers in a month of holiday celebrations and a season of tables laden with some of the most delicious and decadent foods New England has to offer... Read More
  • UNH Thompson School student and chef
    - What's Cooking?
    They say timing is everything, and that certainly was true this week when UNH Today staff stopped by to see Thompson School chef Julienne Guyette in the Barton Hall kitchen. We... Read More
  • UNH professor Nelson Barber
    - Simmer, Stir, Lower Tailgate and Serve
    The leaves are beginning to change, footballs are flying  and you've begun wearing socks again: It must be tailgating season. Since food is the main attraction at most tailgates, ... Read More
  • Lisa Mahoney
    - Strawberry Fields
    A Ph.D. program isn’t something one enters into lightly. It’s a big commitment — years, in fact. But for Lise Mahoney, once she began her strawberry research at UNH back in 2004,... Read More
  • Stacey Ward Cole ’41
    - In Memoriam—Stacey Ward Cole ’41
    Stacey Cole’s resonant voice fell silent on November 30, 2014, when he passed away at Red Crow Farm, his home in West Swanzey, N.H. He had owned and operated the farm since 1941... Read More