Ali Goldstein

Ali Goldstein's Articles

  • World-Changing


    The University of New Hampshire is one of the top producers of Gilman Scholars in the country. As the U.S. State Department celebrated the 20th anniversary of the program this fall, they recognized...
  • Francesco Preti with his advisors.

    Paving the Way

    Francesco Preti ’21 is the first UNH student to graduate with a cotutelle, earning dual doctoral degrees from UNH and the University of Parma in northern Italy, where he is from.
  • Student in forest

    Seeing the Forest for the Trees

    Jonathan Swett ’21 embarks on the next stage of his career in the U.S. Forest Service through their prestigious pathways program.
  • Virginia Walsh ’21 sitting inside plane

    True To Form

    When Virginia Walsh ’21 recently went to get some of her paintings framed for an upcoming exhibition, the art store employee couldn’t help but notice the skill in her landscapes – and passion. It...
  • student feeding horses at dusk

    For The Horses (And The Cows)

    Every morning, the cows are milked at four. Every morning, the horses are fed at five. In the heat and cold. Rain or snow. In a world of health or pandemic.
  • student in COVID-19 testing lab

    Put To The Test

    When professor Kelley Thomas turned on the lights in the COVID-19 testing lab on a recent Monday morning, he says there are no words to describe what he felt.
  • Image of student on a laptop coding

    Getting Down to Business

    Job hunting amidst COVID-19 isn’t just a challenge for recent graduates and internship-seekers on the frontlines of today’s economy. It’s also a priority for the career team helping them navigate it.
  • Emergency room workers at Tufts Medical Center holding bags of iced NOBL coffee

    Grounds for Giving Back

    As local health care workers put in long hours on today’s frontlines, they’re heartened by a welcome jolt: the delivery of cold brew coffee right to their hospital breakrooms.
  • Aerial view of Smith Hall

    Admitted Student Day Goes Virtual

    Jenni Cook, associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts, likens it to a performance. A half-hour prior to going live, there’s a mic check and a chance for everyone to get comfortable with the...
  • Boy working on computer

    UNH Sparked Passion, Capacity for Digital Literacy

    Alison Christians ’15 was halfway through teaching “The Great Gatsby” to her sophomore English class at Exeter High School when she got the email that would change the course of the school year: on...
  • Colleen Parisi ’20, Laura Howard ’20,  Alexia Gianoulis ‘21 - CFAR mentors

    Making the Grade

    CFAR mentors help peers “find their UNH."
  • Kabria Baumgartner

    English Professor Named Emerging Scholar By Diverse Magazine

    UNH faculty are once again being recognized at the national level for scholarship that is changing the way we think and teach about race, gender and equity.