Jennifer Saunders

Jennifer Saunders's Articles

  • UNH Paul College Dean Merrill-Sands with students

    Inspiring Leadership

    Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands has long been recognized for her work as an authority on women’s leadership and gender dynamics in the workplace, and now...
  • A UNH parent takes a photo of a student at the Wildcat statue

    Share the UNH Story

    UNH Admissions is looking for parent volunteers for upcoming admitted students events.
  • UNH's Brenda K. Hess-McAskill  and Julia Zabkar '21 with two rescue ponies

    For the Love of Horses

    UNH Equine steps up to help a multi-agency rescue effort and gives two ponies the care they need to start new lives.
  • UNH's Elyse Hambacher

    Dedicated to Diversity

    Elyse Hambacher has been named a 2019 Diverse Emerging Scholar.
  • The Future of UNH

    The Future of UNH

    President Dean outlines UNH's strategic priorities and overarching goal of becoming one of the top 25 public universities in the nation.
  • David Richman rehearses Lives of Tiresias at UNH

    Bringing the Past to Life

    David Richman’s “Lives of Tiresias” comes to the Hennessy Theatre.
  • UNH's dance team by the ocean

    Granting Great Experiences

    The UNH Parents Council has awarded more than $62,000 in grants to 30 student-centered groups.
  • UNH's KellyDiNapoli skiing

    Snow-Sport Superstar

    UNH has been named a top U.S. school for fans of skiing and snowboarding.
  • A graphic featuring the uSafe US phone app

    uSafeUS Helps Put Prevention in Your Hands

    PIRC researchers are seeking parent feedback on theuSafeUS campus safety app.
  • UNH campus and Thompson Hall at sunset

    Top 18 for 2018

    With 2018 now in the books, we’re taking a look back at the top stories of the year that was.
  • Students at a high school graduation

    Next Stop: UNH

    The IOD has received a grant to help build a more inclusive college experience for students with intellectual disabilities.
  • UNH Moments 2018

    UNH Moments 2018

    Here’s to another great year as the UNH story continues.
  • UNH student reading to small children

    Teaching Equity

    UNH and the CLC are helping bring diverse books and social justice education training to aspiring teachers.
  • UNH facilities staff with bikes and helmets

    Cycling for Sustainability

    UNH facilities staff have taken the idea of “bike to work” to a whole new distance and are hoping to inspire others to do the same.  
  • A UNH student in a greenhouse

    Sustainable Success Story

    UNH has once again been named to The Princeton Review’s Green College Honor Roll.
  • A student playing a horn in the UNH Homecoming Parade

    Homecoming Highlights 2018

    Homecoming 2018 was a great weekend to be a Wildcat.
  • The BNEC event flyer

    Express Yourself

    BHTNH and UNH’s Center for the Humanities are hosting the 12th Annual Black New England Conference Oct. 19-20.
  • UNH students taking part in Semester in the City in Boston

    Working for Good

    The CSIE has announced the 2018 Fall Cohort for UNH’s acclaimed Semester in the City program.
  • UNH community members getting free haircuts

    Cuts and Connections

    The Barber Shop is an event that combines culture, conversation and communication to build relationships within the UNH community.
  • UNH student Andrew Shapiro '21

    Three for the Record Books

    Andrew Shapiro ’21 is no stranger to world records.
  • UNH's Jackson Kaspari '18

    Following the Footprints

    Sustainability Fellow Jackson Kaspari '18 helped Dover be the first U.S. city to report combined carbon, nitrogen impact.
  • UNH's Andrew Shapiro '21


    Andrew Shapiro '21 has reached his goal: breaking three world records for a good cause.
  • UNH President Jim Dean during move-in 2018-2019

    Parent to Parent

    With the new school year underway, UNH President James "Jim" Dean Jr. shares a few of his back-to-school insights, especially for parents.
  • The UNH campus at sunset

    Faculty Honors

    Six members of the faculty from CEPS, COLA, COLSA and UNH Law have received Presidential Chairs and Professorship Awards.
  • UNH class of 2022 infographic

    The Class of 2022: By the Numbers

    Get to know UNH's newest undergrads.
  • Students at UNH career and internship fair

    Career-Ready? Check.

    CaPS makes career preparation a hallmark of a UNH education.
  • UNH's Lu Ferrell

    Helping Students Thrive

    OMSA's interim director is committed to social justice education and working with underrepresented members of the campus.
  • Students on the UNH campus

    High Marks

    UNH has once again made the grade as one of the nation’s best public universities.
  • A graphic of UNH Northeast Passage's PATH program

    A PATH Forward

    Northeast Passage has received a Bob Woodruff Foundation grant to support its successful PATH program.
  • Thompson Hall on the UNH Campus

    Meet UNH's New Faculty

    The professors, lecturers and researchers who've joined the faculty for 2018-2019 have interests as varied as national policy and aquatic ecosystems.
  • A UNH student examining a plant

    15 Majors and Minors You Might Not Have Considered

    Some of UNH’s newest majors and minors were created to match skilled graduates with employers in very hot fields.
  • Students on the UNH campus

    Top for Your Dollar

    Money Magazine has ranked UNH among its Best Colleges for Your Money 2018.
  • UNH PhD candidate Michael Staley

    Fighting Suicide with Science

    A UNH graduate student is the nation’s first psychological autopsy examiner.
  • UNH's Andrew Shapiro '21

    Above the Bar

    Andrew Shapiro '21 has been busy this summer, training to break three world records for a good cause.
  • UNH's Shannon Bradley '17

    Full Slate of Fulbrights

    A record number of applicants from UNH have been named 2018 Fulbright Scholars.
  • A UNH student sitting against a tree on the Durham campus

    Time To Be Mindful

    Before they arrive on campus in late August, UNH's newest students are reading an acclaimed book on mindfulness.
  • A graphic showing the results of The 603 Challenge

    Challenge Accepted

    Wildcats have set new records with The (603) Challenge 2018.
  • A view of the UNH campus

    Safety in Numbers

    UNH is once again in the top 10 in the Safest College Campuses in America ranking.
  • A robot at work in UNH's John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center

    Making Tomorrow’s Makers

    UNH's John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center will help train the skilled workforce of tomorrow.
  • UNH's Mariah Arral '18

    Research Into the Future

    Five UNH students have received accolades from the NSF.
  • UNH graduate and composer Richard Alan White '58

    His Life's Work

    At 82, Richard Alan White saw his passion for music reach a pinnacle few attain.
  • UNH's Mariah Arral '18

    A Future in Academia

    Mariah Arral '18 will start a graduate program at Carnegie Mellon University in the fall.
  • UNH's Amanda Giglio '18

    A Quadruple Threat

    Amanda Giglio ’18 is off to work at one of the Seacoast’s most popular performing arts venues.
  • UNH's Rory Wilson '18

    Good Philosophy

    Rory Wilson ’18 has received a Fulbright to pursue a research-based master's degree at the University of Sheffield.
  • UNH's Tyler Chapman '18

    Research Underground

    Tyler Chapman '18 is headed to Norway.
  • UNH's Allison Lehoux '18

    One Summer, Seven Scholarships

    Seven UNH undergraduates were honored with prestigious Gilman scholarships for summer 2018.
  • UNH's Allison Lehoux '18 sitting on a bench outside of James Hall at UNH

    From UNH to Italy

    Allison Lehoux ’18 will study in Ascoli Piceno, Italy, this summer.
  • UNH's Alexandria Hidrovo '18

    Mastering Environmental Engineering

    Alexandria Hidrovo '18 heads to graduate school this fall.
  • UNH's Fiona Wilson honored by the NHBSR

    Wilson Wins Cornerstone Award

    Fiona Wilson was recently honored by the NHBSR for her commitment to sustainability.
  • UNH student Madison Pierce '18

    Creating Cross-Cultural Connections

    The first stop for Madison Pierce '18 after graduation is a Fulbright award to teach in the Palestinian territories.
Jennifer Saunders
Communications and Public Affairs