Jennifer Saunders

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  • UNH's Becky Sideman

    Growing Produce in a Desert

    UNH's Becky Sideman discusses a new desert-based agricultural system in use in Australia.
  • UNH graduate student Henry Herndon

    Stars in Their Fields

    Water. Energy. Sustainability. They’re in the headlines almost every week — and addressing these global issues is the basis for award-winning research by UNH graduate students. In recent months,...
  • UNH Health Services

    Healthcare Planning

    USNH has announced that beginning on January 1, Cigna Health and OptumRx will be the new plan administrators for employee health and prescription coverage.
  • UNH's Wild E Cat and Gnarlz during move-in day

    Move-In Time

    The students are coming! With move-in set to begin in earnest on Friday, Aug. 26, check out the changes to parking and bus service.
  • An aerial view of the UNH campus

    FLSA Update

    The USNH plan to implement changes required by the Fair Labor Standards Act is moving forward.
  • UNH professor Will Clyde

    Rocks of Ages

    We know the surface of Earth looked vastly different 2.5 billion years ago — but just how different, and just how events that happened millions of years in the past can give us insight into our world...
  • An infographic showing information on suicide

    A Good Fight

    The university’s commitment to building a safe, supportive culture on campus is getting noticed.
  • UNH alumna Jennifer Blessing working with a service dog in training
  • UNH student Brendan O'Byrne

    Lessons of War

    “You hear a lot of the stories about how bad war is — and it is, there is no doubt — but what people don’t hear a lot about is the other side.” That other side, explains Brendan O’Byrne of Dover, New...
  • A NAFIS staff photo including UNH alumna Jocelyn Bissonnette

    Working for a Cause

    When Jocelyn Bissonnette ’09 was graduating, the economy was in upheaval. It was not a good time to be entering the workforce. Bissonnette, however, had a job waiting for her when she graduated from...
  • The producers and consulting producers of "Shadows Fall North"

    Reclaiming Our History

    The first novel published by an African-American woman. A burial ground lost for decades beneath a city street. An eloquent petition from a group of enslaved men seeking freedom for all. The state’s...
  • Students in Paul College's FIRE program

    On Fire

    They were giving elevator speeches as if they were climbing the corporate ladder before they’d even finished their second semester on campus. They are Paul College’s class of 2019, the first class to...
  • UNH professor Sharyn Potter

    Triumphing Over Tragedy

    Sharyn Potter will never forget 1981.
  • Members of the UNH Class of 2015 celebrate at their commencement

    Icons, Writers, Founders and Firsts

    An international peacemaker. A New York Times bestselling author. The first woman to command the Air Force’s largest air base wing. An icon of the North Country. A citizen of the year from the...
  • UNH senior Kathleen Kuhnly in Times Square

    From Carnegie to City Year

    After two days of intensive rehearsal, Kathleen Kuhnly ’16 walked onto the Carnegie Hall stage as part of the Maine Festival Chorus, fulfilling a dream she never expected would come true. Kuhnly went...
  • A chart showing suicide rates in the United States

    Do You Know Kognito?

    Picture your typical small New England liberal arts college. Now picture that campus completely void of students — 1,300 people, just gone in one year.
  • An illustration of the UNH fanny pack

    Fanny Packs Are Back

    Fanny pack. Belt pack. Buffalo pouch. Hip sack. By whichever name you call it, this 1980s trend in hands-free accessorizing is back with a vengeance. Just ask UNH’s newest alumni, the class of 2016...
  • UNH faculty at commencement 2015

    Faculty: Register Soon for Commencement and Honors Convocation

    Planning is now underway for commencement and the honors convocation, and all faculty are invited and encouraged to participate.
  • 2016 URC infographic
  • student working at the InterOperability Laboratory

    The IOL Makes Its Move

    Thirty-thousand feet of Ethernet cable and special anti-static carpeting. Hundreds of computers and 50-plus server racks. The UNH InterOperability Laboratory (IOL) may have moved less than 2.5 miles...
  • figures embracing illustration by Brian Stauffer

    Recognizing the Risks, Knowing the Resources

    Illustration by Brian Stauffer
  • Paul Fire Program students

    Catching FIRE at Paul College

    It’s the typical business networking reception. Food and drinks. High-top tables. Entrepreneurs and executives, dressed in business casual for an after-work gathering, signing in and writing out...
  • UNH alumna Kate Clifford Larson

    An Unprecedented Moment

    The recent news that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the face of the U.S. Treasury’s $20 bill has received widespread praise. Among those applauding this decision is one UNH alumna who...
  • Interior of the UNH Dairy Bar

    First in the State

    Anyone who has enjoyed a delicious salad or sundae shot while chatting with friends at the UNH Dairy Bar knows this restaurant is one of a kind. Now, the Green Restaurant Association has made that...
  • UNH student Cam Calato '17

    27 Centuries in 90 Minutes

    What do Syria, Nepal, Iran, ancient Galatia and sixth-century Europe have in common?
  • UNH senior Jennie Marinucci in Washington, DC

    Health, Care and Understanding

    One UNH senior who is part of this year's Undergraduate Research Conference has also taken her research off campus after being selected for the 20th Annual Posters on the Hill event by the Council on...
  • head illustration

    The People Factor

    With climate change affecting resources as nearby as the coastal waters of southern Maine and New Hampshire and in regions as distant as Brazil and Egypt, UNH professors are delving not only into the...
  • UNH student Allison Onofrio and her dog, Hershey

    Going to the Dogs

    We dog lovers are likely to talk about how our canine buddies can sense changes in tone of voice and moods and — of course — how they are highly attuned to the smell, sight and sound of the treat bag...
  • UNH Presidents Commission on the Status of Women

    Recognizing Commitment

    When the UNH President's Commission on the Status of Women hosted its annual awards program, the focus was on the commitment of faculty, staff and students to the full participation of women at the...
  • John Kelley

    NOAA Medalists Announced

    Two faculty members of the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (CCOM) who are also staff members at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have received top honors. Katherine...
  • UNH student Madison Schaefer

    Out of the Light

    “Our fantastic civilization has fallen out of touch with many aspects of nature, and with none more completely than with night.” So Henry Beston’s acclaimed work, “The Outermost House: A Year of Life...
  • Students in the TOMODACHI program

    Journey to Japan

    In the years that have passed since the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, the Building the TOMODACHI Generation program has brought together students from the United States and Japan to create...
  • Gabe Hoffman poses for a portrait.

    History in the Moments

    Commonalities between history and human resources? Gabe Hoffman ’17 explains it all.
  • UNH history major Gabe Hoffman

    History in the Moments

    What do history and human resources (HR) have in common? More than you might expect, explains Gabe Hoffman ’17, a history major who is setting his sights on an eventual career in HR. Hoffman’s path...
  • Photos of UNH alumna Chantel McCabe at work as a news anchor and reporter

    On the Air

    When Chantel McCabe ’11 was a little girl, she sat with her mother in the stands at the Whittemore Center for her first-ever hockey game. She remembers that experience well, and she says she could...
  • A view of flags outside the UN

    From UNH to the UN

    What would it be like to serve as a delegate to the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)? Jaime Nolan, associate vice president for community, equity and diversity, is finding out this week.
  • UNH graduate student Michael Verney

    Keeping Up with the Indiana Joneses

    When most of us think about that favorite Hollywood adventurer, Indiana Jones, the antebellum United States isn’t one of the first things that comes to mind. Not so for UNH graduate student Michael...
  • UNH student Yussra Ebrahim outside Rudman on campus

    A Journey to Peace

    The last time Yussra Ebrahim ’16 visited Iraq she was 8 years old. She thought it was a family vacation, a time to be together with relatives who lived an ocean away, and she could not comprehend why...
  • A panel discussion at the 2016 Lean summit at UNH

    Making Change Count

    Imagine saving millions of dollars in just a couple of years, honoring employees’ creativity and improving customer service. UNH and other organizations that have embraced Lean are doing just that....
  • Dave Zamansky has received the President's Commission Status of People with Disabilities Award

    Zamansky Receives President's Commission Honor

    Dave Zamansky is the 2016 recipient of the Status of People with Disabilities Award.
  • UNH student Lauren Percy '16

    Charting Her Own Course

    Growing up in the Granite State, Lauren Percy ’16 was not convinced when her parents predicted that she’d go to UNH. That is, until she took a tour. “Minute by minute, I looked at my mom, and I tried...
  • A view of Doha in Qatar

    No Easy Answers

    Alasdair Drysdale, associate dean of COLA and professor of geography, is no stranger to the Middle East and North Africa, and when Georgetown University’s Center for International and Regional...
  • Author Benoit Denizet-Lewis, who spoke recently at UNH, with his Labrador-Golden Retriever mix, Casey

    From Sexuality to Abercrombie & Fitch

    Neither plummeting temps nor wind-blown snow could keep fans of great writing away from MUB Theatre I on Thursday evening, Feb. 11, as acclaimed author Benoit Denizet-Lewis stepped up to the lectern.
  • Spencer Overton and Andrew Smith

    The Value of a Vote

    Amidst the flurry of activity leading up to the New Hampshire primary, two experts in the political field were delving into some of the questions that plague voters and can, at times, contribute to...
  • UNH architect Doug Bencks

    Top Honor for UNH Architect

    Douglas Bencks, university architect and director of campus planning, has been elevated to The College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects — a top honor for anyone in the field, but...
  • A map of the world showing locations where UNH faculty will be teaching or taking part in projects this spring.

    Professors Without Borders

    During the spring term, faculty from both the Durham and Manchester campuses will be taking their expertise outside their traditional classrooms via a variety of fellowships and research projects....
  • Two UNH students who met while interns at the IOL in high school

    Engineering the Future

    The application period for the UNH InterOperability Lab (IOL) summer internship program for high-school students is now open, and for those who are accepted, the program provides the chance to work...
  • Two Delicious Distinctions

    Two Delicious Distinctions

    While UNH Dining may be known on campus more for the variety of delicious and healthy foods available on a daily basis, it recently received accolades for its commitment to the environment.
  • Diane Silva Pimentel

    Women in Engineering

    Diane Silva Pimentel, assistant professor of education, is delving into questions about gender and the decision not only to study engineering but also to remain in the field. Pimentel shared her data...
  • FAFSA graphic

    Not Your Parents’ FAFSA

    Anyone who has ever applied for financial aid knows those five little letters — FAFSA — and the date it becomes available very well.
Jennifer Saunders
Communications and Public Affairs