Jennifer Saunders

Jennifer Saunders's Articles

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • UNH's Jasmin Buteau '17

    From Student to Teacher

    Measuring by miles, Jasmin Buteau ’17 won’t be far from campus in her first year after UNH, but she’ll have to cross some ocean to get there. “I’ve accepted a teaching assistantship at Shoals Marine...
  • UNH Manchester's Tricia Melillo '17

    She’s Headed for the Senate

    Tricia Melillo '17 is working for the New Hampshire Senate.Tricia Melillo ’17 loves history. She is fascinated with the U.S. Constitution, and she even has a favorite among the nation’s founders.
  • UNH's Caitlin Truesdale '17

    Next Stop: The Guggenheim

    From UNH's museum, Caitlin Truesdale ’17 heads to Venice.
  • UNH's Meghan Carr '17

    The Sea Is Her Campus

    Meghan Carr ’17 is no stranger to the plight of sea mammals, and now she's taking her research efforts to the next level. “In September, I will begin graduate school at Dalhousie University, where I...
  • UNH's Will Lombard '17

    The Play’s the Thing

    William Lombard ’17 is set to embark on his acting career.
  • UNH's Kathryn Bennett '18

    A Study in Sustainability

    https://www.unh.edu/unhtoday/2017/04/science-saturdayKathryn Bennett ’18 will be taking her commitment to sustainability on the road this summer through a 2017 Social innovation Internship.
  • UNH student Max Miller at the Holloway Competition.

    Droppn Picks Up the Prize

    The 2017 Paul J. Holloway Prize Competition came to its conclusion on Tuesday.
  • UNH alumna Rebecca Hiltz '16

    Bridging Borders, Changing Lives

    UNH graduates are getting the chance to see Europe — and making connections they never expected.
  • UNH's Sophia Japhet '17G

    A Rising Star

    Sophia Japhet '17G is already recognized in the state for excellence in her field.
  • Students eating in one of UNH's dining halls

    The Choline Connection

    A UNH faculty member helps Reader’s Digest offer subscribers a closer look at an important nutrient.
  • UNH students in Hood House

    Stairways to Studying Abroad

    Eleven students received study-abroad scholarships this spring, and the Center for International Education and Global Engagement recently honored the 11 recipients of $22,500 in grants.
  • 2016 UNH graduate Lauren Percy

    2016 Grad Crowned Miss New Hampshire

    On April 29, Lauren Percy '16 was crowned Miss New Hampshire. Her talent performance was “Contemporary Ballet en Pointe to America from West Side Story.” Percy, who is currently a graduate student in...
  • UNH faculty member Qiaoyan Yu

    CAREER Award for Qiaoyan Yu

    Qiaoyan Yu, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, received a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award for "Proactive Defense Methods for Chip Integrity and Security."
  • Making History

    Making History

    Notable honors. Carefully researched volumes that have claimed the national spotlight. World-renowned scholars.
  • UNH students discussing their play at the URC

    Act III: Bringing UNH History to Life

    What does it take to write an original play and the score to accompany it? “A good amount of homework we weren’t expecting,” says one of the cast members. But, boy did it pay off.
  • UNH student Charles-Nicholas Maulsby Beard '17

    Vitriol, Violence, Diplomacy

    Four history students traveled through time from the Roman Republic to the Islamic State during Thursday's History URC and Alumni Day.
  • UNH student at Undergraduate Research Conference science and engineering symposium

    The ISE Awards

    The prize winners of the 14th Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium have been announced.
  • TSAS student Brian Hunter and advisor Tim Barretto

    The Music Man

    When he learned about the loss of a music program for special education students, Brian Hunter ’17 found a way to use his passion for music to help others.
  • Three Campuses, Three Commencement Speakers

    UNH’s Manchester and Durham campuses and the UNH School of Law have announced their commencement speakers for 2017. On May 20, Gen. Lori Robinson '81, the first woman to lead a major combatant...
  • UNH student Kayla Goodwin

    Out in Front

    Since 2001, April has been designated as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Long before then, however, UNH was already getting out in front as a leader among college campuses in its work to prevent...
  • UNH Professor Nancy Kinner working with students.

    Live from Russia: UNH’s Nancy Kinner

    Prof. Nancy Kinner is in Russia this week presenting at an international symposium.
  • UNH alumnus Greg Johnson ’83 running with a surfboard at the beach (photo: Cape Cod Times)

    His Life’s A Beach

    Photo courtesy of Cape Cod Times
  • UNH student Eden Suoth

    Scholar, Leader, Volunteer

    Eden Suoth always imagined going to college in a city. Then he visited UNH.
  • Dimond Library at UNH

    Considering the Source

    Kathrine Aydelott has compiled a resource to help distinguish factual reporting from fake news.
  • Illustration of UNH alumnus John Irving '65

    A Dozen Wildly Successful Liberal Arts Grads

    John Irving ’65What in the world can you do with a liberal arts education?
  • UNH student Janet Khoury

    From Accounting to Arabic

    Janet Khoury has some advice for incoming students: Try new things.From Arabic to accounting, Janet Khoury ’18 has been learning a lot since she arrived at UNH. One thing in particular stands out,...
  • UNH student Sarah Jakositz '18

    Outstanding Opportunities

    Sarah Jakositz ’18 has been immersed in myriad opportunities on campus as a UNH College of Engineering and Physical Sciences student.
  • Trudy Van Zee and team at CaPS at UNH

    Careers 101

    Trudy Van Zee is the new associate vice provost for Career and Professional Success.                           
  • Students hiking in UNH's College Woods

    Great at the Outdoors

    UNH has been ranked seventh on Money magazine’s “10 Best Colleges for People Who Love the Great Outdoors.”
  • Illustration for MLK celebration

    Art as Resistance and Remembrance

    UNH’s 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr., Tribute begins Feb. 1 and continues through Feb. 22.
  • UNH rowers at practice

    Parents’ Generosity Benefits Students

    The Parents Association has done it again. Through its endowment, the association’s leadership group, the Parent Council, has approved $39,143 in funding for 20 projects benefitting UNH students.
  • UNH's Daniel Chavez

    Among the Best of Books

    Daniel Chávez's “Nicaragua and the Politics of Utopia” has been named a Foreign Affairs best book of 2016.
  • UNH alum Aseebulla Niazi '15

    First of a Kind

    Only 30 Rangel Fellows are selected each year, and for the first time, a UNH alum is among them.
Jennifer Saunders
Communications and Public Affairs