Future Wildcats

Brendan Landry ‘17 at fishing pier

Teach a Man to Fish

Brendan Landry ‘17 is all about fish and fishermen. When he graduated with an undergraduate degree in health management and policy, he was interested in food systems. His sustainability fellowship in the summer of 2017 ignited a passion for fisheries. Today, Brendan is part of Gulf of Maine Sashimi... Read More

Recent Stories

  • NOCA founders Richard Roy ‘16, Galen Hand ‘16 and Alex Febonio ’16 pose with their products.
    - Paul College Grads Pop the Top on NOCA
    How do you know when the Gods of Great Ideas have smiled down upon you? Just ask Paul College alumni Galen Hand ’16, Alex Febonio ’16 and Richard Roy ’16. They met as students in... Read More
  • Bow High School
    - UNH First Step Expands to Bow High School
    The University of New Hampshire has expanded its concurrent credit program, UNH First Step, to Bow High School. Beginning this spring, BHS juniors and seniors will have the... Read More
  • Proulx Oil representative talking with Paul College students in front of Proulx truck
    - Nothing Beats Learning by Doing
    When students have the chance to put what they have been taught in the classroom to work in solving real business challenges authentic learning takes place. They must manage not... Read More
  • view of cow fields
    - Seaweed Research Benefits Region’s Dairy Farmers
    Organic dairy cows fed kelp meal produced less methane for part of the summer grazing season, according to researchers with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at... Read More
  • Anthropologist Amy Michael and law enforcement officers at the entrance to the cave where Joseph Henry Loveless's body was found
    - Warming a Cold Case
    UNH anthropology lecturer Amy Michael helped crack a cold case of more than a century, identifying the remains of outlaw Joseph Henry Loveless in Idaho. Read More
  • Margaret Frye ‘20 huggin goat
    - Learning to Speak For Those Who Can’t
    Margaret Frye '20 is a veterinary technology major from New Bern, North Carolina. Her childhood dog, Alice, gave her the chance to see firsthand the profound impact that pets can... Read More
  • Karen Conway teaching a course in Paul College's great hall.
    - Distinguished Professor Known for Enthusiasm; Scholarship
    After 32 years of impactful work in Paul College’s economics department, professor Karen Conway received the most prestigious faculty award UNH has to offer: the Distinguished... Read More
  • Paul College of Business and Economics
    - Top Business School Four Years Running
    For the fourth consecutive year, the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics has been ranked as one of the nation’s top 100 business schools.  Read More
  • EXAMPLE OF A FRACKING INDUSTRIAL SITE USED FOR SHALE NATURAL GAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT (SGD) IN RURAL PENNSYLVANIA.
    - The Politics of Fracking
    What side of the “political aisle” a person identifies with could determine how they feel about shale natural gas energy development (SGD), or fracking, according to new research... Read More
  • Rudy and her new calf McGregor at the UNH dairy barns.
    - Meet Baby McGregor
    In December 2018, a few weeks before Christmas, a cow that’s part of the UNH dairy herd got her foot caught in a grate and fell into a manure trench at the Fairchild Dairy... Read More