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Alumni, faculty, staff and students were recognized for their sustainability efforts during the third annual UNH Sustainability Awards on Tuesday, May 9. Awards included lifetime achievement recognition in each of the non-student categories, as well as selection of a Student Organization of the Year. The awards were established to recognize UNH alumni, faculty, staff and students for their contributions to sustainability, including research and scholarship, curriculum development and teaching, campus initiatives and external activities and achievements. “For over 25 years, UNH has been a leader in sustainability, and what we saw here was a celebration of that leadership, from our faculty and staff to our students and our graduates,” UNH Provost Wayne Jones said at the ceremony. “It’s a...
The University of New Hampshire sent off more than 3,000 graduates at seven commencement ceremonies this year, hosting the celebrations inside the Whittemore Center over a festive weekend May 19-21.
Because forests don’t recognize state lines, a new initiative funded by the National Science Foundation taps researchers from UNH and across Northern New England to accelerate innovations in forest ecosystem management and forest products in the region. UNH forestry researchers Mark Ducey, professor and chair of natural resources and the environment, and Andy Fast, forest industry state specialist and extension professor in UNH Cooperative Extension, are partners in the new Coalition of Northern Forest Innovation and Research, led by the Northern Forest Center and launched with a $1 million inaugural NSF Engines Development Award. The award will help support the coalition in creating regional connections and local forest innovation ecosystems within two years to prepare strong proposals...
After 16 years of working as an engineer, Melinda Friedman ’86 ’91G took a leap and started her own engineering consulting firm focused primarily on drinking water quality, partnering with her husband, Michael Hallett ’85. Her passion for the outdoors and preserving the natural world paved the way for years of not only profound research, but an award-winning career. Friedman is the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences’ (CEPS) 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient for her outstanding contribution to society through research in civil engineering. This is yet another honor in an extensive list of accomplishments that Friedman has accumulated during her 30 years of experience in the field, all leading back to the start of her education at UNH. Friedman describes her...