Jim Graham

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  • UNH President Jim Dean walks near Echo Lake

    UNH Leaders Hit the Road to Hear From N.H.

    On a bus tour across New Hampshire early this month, UNH leaders covered more than 300 miles over two days to meet with Granite Staters, hear how UNH’s partnerships are working in their communities...
  • Bikes lined up

    Ready to Ride

    “Ding! Ding!” The bright chiming of a bicycle bell never sounded so cheerful to Steve Pesci, special projects director for UNH Facilities. Over 20 years, Pesci has worked with groups that dreamed of...
  • Student packing meals as part of food repurposing project.

    Helping Hands Abound

    It’s not unusual for college students to worry about paying for tuition, room, board and books, especially here in New Hampshire, where average student loan debt is among the highest in the country....
  • The Whittemore Center with chairs set up on the floor

    Making History

    For the first time since the Civil War, the New Hampshire House of Representatives will be meeting outside the State House when it convenes a session on June 11 at The Whittemore Center.
  • Jim and Jan Dean

    New Territory

    New president James W. Dean Jr. brings openness, curiosity and 30 years of higher education experience to UNH.
  • President Jim Dean

    Extra Credit

    UNH Magazine gets a sneak peek at President Jim Dean's new book.
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston during Homecoming parade 2017

    Ready for What's Next

    Mark Huddleston, the University of New Hampshire's longest-serving president, prepares to step down.
  • UNH students walking in front of Hamilton Smith Hall

    Encouraging Mutual Respect, Dialogue

    UNH Faculty Senate's motion aims to improve campus climate.
  • A sign that reads "Free Speech"

    Offensive Speech and the First Amendment

    When First Amendment rights to free speech run headlong into objections over offensive speech on a college campus, which takes precedence?
  • Small group of peope wearing 3D glasses crowd around a computer

    Lawmakers Visit

    New Hampshire legislators visited the Durham campus Oct. 3.
  • UNH students Jose Calvo of Goffstown, Christian Merheb of Derry, Andrea Plourde of Pembroke and Brennan Pouliot of Goffstown, along with Gnarlz, show off the new UNH license plate decal options on the steps of the State House in Concord

    New! License Plates To Show Your Wildcat Pride

    New UNH decal license plates  support scholarships.
  • Statue of former New Hampshire governor John Winant

    Meet the 2017 Winant Fellows

    Each summer since 1982, high-achieving UNH students have found inspiration in Gov. John Winant’s legacy and carried on his mission of public service across New Hampshire.
  • NH Senate President Chuck Morse and UNH President Mark Huddleston met with students and staff at Salem High School on March 27.

    Common Ground: Two Presidents, 300 High-School Students

    In Salem, the presidents of UNH and the New Hampshire Senate shared memories and offer hope for college access.
  • President Mark Huddleston

    NH Advantage Award Honors UNH’s 150th

    When UNH celebrates its 150th anniversary and the generations whose lives it helped transform, it’s a great chance for Granite Staters everywhere to applaud their flagship public university. Last...
  • UNH student interns at Fidelity

    At Fidelity, UNH Interns Are a Wise Investment

    When one of the world’s leading investment firms goes looking for new talent, you can bet there’s a long line of eager college grads at hand, boasting high GPAs, polished resumes and head-turning...
  • University of New Hampshire

    Strategic Plan Update Published

    Community members are encouraged to review the plan and share feedback and suggestions by Feb. 5.
  • President Huddleston addresses the Lean management forum

    UNH, N.H. Team up to Get "Lean"

    When New Hampshire’s legendary frugality meets with a cutting-edge business tool that private industries use to become more efficient, remarkable things begin to happen. Consider the results within...
  • Crystal Clear Volunteers

    Crystal Clear Volunteers

    It’s a good bet that the kids romping around Ellacoya State Park, the owner of a $49 million lakeside estate and even The Tonight Show’s Jimmy Fallon share something in common when it comes to what...
  • UNH Works

    UNH Works: Campaign to Extend In-State Tuition Freeze Takes Off

    In just 72 hours, a grassroots campaign to freeze in-state tuition at UNH for two more years and boost student scholarships has taken off across the Granite State, gaining unprecedented support from...
  • U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte with Taylor Reidy '14
  • ali fortin testifying at state house

    Students, Parents, Alumni Bring Appeal to State House

    Students, parents, alumni and business leaders from across New Hampshire joined at the State House this week to urge lawmakers to restore support for the state's two- and four-year public...
  • UNH graduates, entrepreneurs

    Care Packages for Students Made Easy, Online

    A new online gift-giving service started by recent UNH graduates looks to “crowdfunding” to finance its expansion to Boston. Designed for families of college students, Regaalo makes it easy to send...
  • University of New Hampshire welcome sign

    UNH Cooperative Extension: Supporting Farmers Markets, Saving Farms

    Shopping at the local farmers market may just seem like a good way to buy tasty, locally grown food and to meet your neighbors. But with help from the UNH Cooperative Extension, these markets are...
  • UNH graduate

    Blind Runner Takes on Boston Marathon Challenge

    Most runners competing in the Boston Marathon on Monday will check their progress by large mile marker signs posted along the legendary 26.2-mile route. Josh Crary ’10, a legally blind runner, won’t...
  • illustration of a shoe

    UNH Steps It Up for Soles4Souls

    When a child in earthquake-ravaged Haiti pulls on her first pair of shoes this year, it will mean that someone at UNH stepped up. When a family in the American Midwest who lost everything in a...
  • UNH mock trial team 2012

    Verdict: UNH Mock Trial Team Heading to Nationals

    The 24 teams competing at the College Mock Trial tournament last weekend read like a who's-who of the nation's most prestigious universities for prospective law school students: Yale, Cornell, Tufts...
  • UNH skiers

    Alumni and Coaches' Race Brings Out the Best at UNH Winter Carnival

    Steve Monsulick '07, assistant coach of the UNH Nordic ski team, takes on other alumni and coaches at the UNH Winter Carnival in Jackson, N.H., on Saturday. The alumni and coaches' race followed...
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