Gulf of Maine

Fish Futures

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has recently awarded a team lead by a UNH scientist more than half a million dollars to study how warming waters and migrating fish populations are going to affect fish species in the northwest Atlantic Ocean, whose waters are among the fastest warming on the... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Norbu Tenzing Norgay ’86
    - A Lofty Legacy
    It could seem intimidating to grow up with a father whose legacy is essentially as large as the highest mountain peak on Earth. Instead, Norbu Tenzing Norgay ’86 has fully... Read More
  • Bradley Olson
    - A Knight in Court
    It didn’t matter that attorney Bradley Olson ’94JD, partner in Barnes & Thornburg LLP, had been knighted by the King of Sweden and awarded the chivalric rank of Commander —... Read More
  • Doris Flynn Grady '44
    - In Memoriam: Doris Flynn Grady ’44
    At age 19, before completing her degree at UNH, Doris Grady was already teaching in a one-room schoolhouse in Biddeford, Maine. Her annual salary was $1,440. The experience... Read More
  • Art Grant
    - In Memoriam: W. Arthur Grant ’51
    When a scholarship made Art Grant’s dream of a college education come true, he took full advantage of the opportunity. Joining the staff of The New Hampshire, he gained his first... Read More
  • Jaime Gault
    - In Memoriam: Jaime Smith Gault ’00, ’08G
    When Jaime Gault’s lupus worsened in her 30s, one of her priorities was to explain the disease to her two sons, Jack and Sam. Realizing that other children with an ill mother... Read More
  • David Ferran ‘78 seated, with Paul College students in background
    - Reimaging Capitalism: UNH Alum Connects With Current Students
    In December of 1977, David Ferran ‘78 was a senior at UNH and happily scheming to travel the world after graduationas a ski instructor and bartender. Then, his father lost his job... Read More
  • UNH Provost Wayne Jones
    - Provost of Invention
    UNH provost Wayne Jones — also an inorganic chemist, materials scientist and patent-holder — has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. Read More
  • Robert “Bob” Henry
    - UNH’s Robert “Bob” Henry Named New Hampshire Engineer of the Year
    For Robert “Bob” Henry, the shaping of young engineers’ careers has led to being selected as the 2020 Engineer of the Year by the New Hampshire Society of Professional Engineers. Read More
  • Hassan Essa '19, a recent graduate of UNH Manchester's politics and society program
    - In Our Own Voices: Hassan Essa '19
    Hassan Essa '19, an Air Force member who fled Kuwait with his family when he was just two years old, shares his story as part of our "In Our Own Voices" gallery. Read More
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    - Pavlov’s Cells
    The phrase “Pavlov’s dogs” has long evoked images of bells, food and salivating dogs. Read More