My time at UNH showed me how to organize my time; they call it multi-tasking now, we just called it doing all your work.
I believe in UNH because I am fortunate enough to work with student leaders every day and witness the difference they are making on campus and beyond.
As a sort of lost soul coming out of high school, my time at UNH opened doors for me to find a passion that I otherwise would have never found.
Inventors appreciate talking with a patent attorney who shares their passion for technology, and my time as a UNH physics major helps me to that end.
I wrote a first-person account about judging the casserole contest at the South Alabama State Fair. Hard-hitting journalism? No, but it was fun.
The environment that nurtured independent thought and opened my mind to new perspectives was the real benefit of my time at UNH.
We were determined to cultivate the craft beer movement from the ground up so we planted an acre of hops on our family farm.
My degree prepared me to be a thinker and a doer, to find answers to my questions and instilled confidence in my abilities to think for myself.
I am grateful for all of the professors, who gave of their time to help me to grow and learn.
I became executive director at New Hampshire Children's Trust, Inc., and serve on the Prevent Child Abuse America Chapter Network Executive Council.
I'm a business consultant, golf teacher, life skills coach, cancer survivor and Renaissance man of the polymath variety.
I loved my time at UNH; it's where I was also introduced to rugby, which became a huge part of my life.
At UNH, I received the great gift of enduring relationships that were, and still are, an important part of my personal and academic growth.
I'm a brewery managing co-owner, involved in a local economy non-profit, learning to fly and keeping up with outdoor adventures with my wife and dog.
From Day One, I learned to be an active participant in my educational journey. I wanted to study things I was interested in and passionate about.
Project- and industry-based learning is the way to go, and the UNH journalism degree gets that right.
I am working with mission-oriented non-profits and other organizations, helping them harness the power of digital strategy to do good in the world.
UNH bred a unique generation of curious, collaborative, thoughtful Wildcats whose talents and service enrich New Hampshire and the world.
Work as a peer adviser as an undergrad led me to an advising career with first- and second-year liberal arts students.
The networking and promotional work I did with WUNH and MUSO gave me valuable experience in social media before the term was even coined!
It’s a small world out there — made better by our shared experiences and unique perspectives.
An excellent liberal arts education ultimately launched my career in legal education.
My major was English/Journalism, but really I majored in the student newspaper, TNH — I was editor my senior year.