Jennifer Saunders

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  • 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 her 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 Shannon Bradley '17

    Full Slate of Fulbrights

    A record number of applicants from UNH have been named 2018 Fulbright Scholars.
  • 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.
  • Kingsbury Hall at UNH

    SMART Students

    Four CEPS students have received competitive DoD scholarships.
  • UNH students walking into a classroom

    Friends in Deed

    The Donovan Family Scholarship has inspired Lexy Hidrovo ’18 to earn a graduate degree and hopefully create her own scholarship someday to help support struggling students.
  • UNH student Eden Suoth '18

    Communicating Across Borders

    Two UNH students have won Critical Language Scholarships for 2018.
  • A UNH student conducting research

    From Research to Results

    Undergraduate work is showcased in latest edition of UNH research journal Inquiry.
  • UNH student Madison Wood

    Reaching New Heights

    Two UNH students have received Barry Goldwater Scholarship honors.
  • The Gilman Scholars Top Producer badge

    Scholarship Success Story

    UNH named a top-producing institution of Gilman Scholars.
  • UNH alumna Heidi Crumrine '01

    Best in State

    Heidi Jones Crumrine ’01 has been named New Hampshire’s 2018 Teacher of the Year.
  • UNH's Michael Palace working on research in the field

    Where Science and Music Meet

    Michael Palace may first be known as an environmental scientist and researcher, but he has also released 20-plus albums.
  • Wellness food station at UNH

    Eating Better

    UNH Dining has added an allergen-friendly food station at Holloway Commons and a wellness station at Stillings Hall.
  • Spark 2018 - Listening In

    Listening In

    From the waters of the Arctic to grasslands in Oklahoma, UNH researchers are using sound to see the world more clearly.
  • UNH alumna Wendy Weisiger with others on a harvest site walk

    Good Work in the Great Outdoors

    These three UNH forestry alumni have followed different paths to their work in the field but all agree they love the work they do.
  • UNH students at the campus bouldering wall

    Funding Exceptional Experiences

    The Parents Association has awarded more than $64,000 in grants to campus organizations this semester.
  • UNH students on the Isles of Shoals

    Is Offshore Drilling on Our Horizon?

    UNH experts weigh in on potential implications if drilling is expanded in the Atlantic.
  • UNH's Holloway Commons

    Four for Four

    UNH's dining halls and Dairy Bar now all Green Restaurant certified.
  • Students at a television station in Italy

    The Story-Takers

    Professor Paula Salvio's new book explores Italy’s history of non-violent protest against the mafia.
  • UNH's Karen Van Gundy and Michael Staunton

    The Truth About Marijuana

    Karen T. Van Gundy and Michael S. Staunton co-author book distinguishing fact from fiction.
  • UNH students with international flags

    Meet the 2018 Gilman Scholars

    Five UNH students are studying abroad with the help of prestigious Gilman scholarships.
  • UNH alumnus Shawn Gorman

    L.L. Bean Chairman Joins UNH Foundation

    Shawn Gorman ’89 is the newest member of the UNH Foundation board of directors.
  • Students in the East Rochester School use LittleBits to design their own inventions

    Planting the Seeds of STEM Success

    When Albany International committed to help support UNH’s K-12 STEM Teachers Collaborative, it paved the way for new initiatives and opportunities in Rochester, New Hampshire.
  • UNH IOD's Dan Habib with Sen. Maggie Hassan

    IOD in the National Spotlight

    UNH’s Institute on Disability may have a 30-year history, but it is not resting on its laurels.
  • UNH football players and marching band run across the field during the Homecoming 2017 football game

    What a Weekend It Was

    View a few of the sights from Homecoming & Family Weekend 2017.
  • UNH's Jeannie Sowers

    Research Without Borders

    Get to know Jeannie Sowers, associate professor of political science and director of UNH’s international affairs program.
  • UNH professor Jeannie Sowers with student Rory O'Neil '20

    Environment, Conflict, Law

    Rory O’Neil ’20 delves deep into Middle East research.
  • UNH alumni Lloyd and Grace Farwell

    Planning a Path to the Future

    Lloyd ’48 and Grace Farwell ’45 never forgot their time at UNH.
  • UNH class of 2021 infographic

    The Class of 2021: By the Numbers

    They come from 37 states and 19 countries. Here's a glimpse of the UNH class of 2021.
  • Ecoline at UNH

    Getting Cooler

    Sierra Club, Princeton Review recognize UNH's commitment to sustainability.
  • UNH student Kathryn Bennett ’18

    Starting Somewhere

    For Kathryn Bennett ’18, a student in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, an interest in sustainability began at a young age. “I have always been passionate about protecting wildlife and...
  • a photo collage of different UNH 2017 graduates
  • Olivia Bartlett, a UNH doctoral candidate and Switzer fellow

    Environmental Science Standout

    Olivia Bartlett is the latest UNH student to receive a sought-after Switzer Environmental Fellowship.
  • UNH alumna Becky Fleming '92

    One Gift at a Time

    Becky Fleming ’92 has remained connected to UNH, giving to her alma mater year after year.
  • UNH alumnus Jonny Peiffer '05

    Caught in the Act: Wanderkook

    When the New Hampshire Theatre Project presents the Circulus production of "The Adventures of Oliver Z. Wanderkook" this month, it will be a UNH reunion of sorts.
  • Students hiking in UNH's College Woods

    The $51B Industry

    UNH is helping meet the need for outdoor recreation employees.
  • Students in Africa show their UNH pride

    CIEGE Wins IIE Grant

    Grant helps UNH's Diversity Abroad Award support international experiences for students.
  • A UNH student at work in the field

    UNH in the Top 10

    UNH is one of the top places in the United States to study natural resources and conservation.
  • Heather Price in classroom at UNH

    Ticking All the Boxes

    From her studies at Paul College to studying abroad in Australia, Heather Price ’18 is making the most of her UNH experience.
Jennifer Saunders
Communications and Public Affairs