Jody Record ’95

Jody Record ’95's Articles

  • Ben Towne in South Korea

    A Decade of Helping Athletes Go Downhill

    A lot of people aren’t exactly certain where they want their degree to take them when they start college, and sometimes, even when they finish. Not so for Ben Towne, clinical assistant professor of...
  • slide of presentation on solution to opioid crisis

    A Challenging Exam

    One final has UNH students crafting an opioid crisis plan.
  • A Passion for the Job

    A Passion for the Job

    COLA faculty members are recognized and celebrated for excellence.
  • Kate Aiken '19

    Talking Entrepreneurialism in China

    Two Paul College juniors recently attended the U.S.-China Youth Forum on Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Shenzhen, China.
  • Noah Grove '21

    Sled Hockey in South Korea

    Noah Grove '21 is headed to the Winter Paralympics.
  • picture of pills on Rx pad

    Coaching the Professionals

    UNH Professional Development and Training targets addiction.
  • First-place student winner track Andrew DeMeo, '18 (center)

    Winning Ideas

    Meet the winners of the 2017 Social Venture Innovation Challenge.
  • UNH alumnus Dick Dewing ’53 and assistants shoot off the cannon at a UNH football game

    Football’s Fish

    Since 2003, Dick Dewing ’53 has headed up a cannon crew for the Wildcats’ home football games, firing off blank shots after each UNH touchdown.
  • UNH campus aerial

    Meeting Marketplace Demand

    UNH creates new majors to help meet marketplace demand.
  • veteran Samey Mao

    Helping Veterans Recreate

    Federal grant will continue to provide veterans and servicemen with free access to adaptive sports and recreation through Northeast Passage.
  • UNH alumnus Dick Dewing '53 firing the cannon at UNH's homecoming football game

    The Roar of the Score

    The man behind the cannon at Wildcat Stadium is no ordinary fan. 
  • Guarantee Times Three

    Guarantee Times Three

    The Zabkar triplets are among UNH's first Granite Guarantee recipients.
  • UNH students accepted to Clinton Global Initiative University

    Being the Change

    Nine UNH students attend Clinton Global Initiative University.
  • Rebecca Philibert '19

    Introducing the Gilman Recipients

    Six UNH students are studying in five different countries.
  • an illustration of two men tying a bandage on a third man's head

    Gifts

    Fast cars, fancy suits and a friendship that gave one professor a new lease on life
  • UNH president Mark W. Huddleston talking to a student

    The Right Time To Transition

    In May, UNH President Mark W. Huddleston announced his plans to retire at the end of the 2017–18 academic year. When he steps down on June 30, 2018, it will be as the longest-serving president in the...
  • illustration of a life preserver with food in it

    Tackling Student Hunger

    Some 25 percent of UNH students have at a time gone hungry, Alana Davidson ’17 learned when she conducted a survey for a research project.
  • a photo collage of different UNH 2017 graduates
  • map of US showing where UNH faculty will be watching total eclipse

    Chasing the Moon

    UNH faculty are traveling to what's known as the path of totality to witness the Aug. 21 eclipse. Find out where they're going.
  • Thompson Hall at UNH in Durham, NH

    UNH 85th on College Access Index

    The New York Times has ranked UNH 85th on its College Access Index, a guide that rates schools based on their commitment to economic diversity, which the newspaper called "Doing the Most for the...
  • Matt Simon, Andrew Bevan, Phil Collins and Allan Wright

    Campus Health and Safety Honored

    Office of Environmental Health and Safety receives national award.
  • John Small

    Introducing the Chairman

    John Small, chairman of the USNH board of trusteesJohn W. Small, a '76 UNH graduate and former vice chair of the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) board of trustees, has been unanimously...
  • Onni Irish ‘16G

    Four Graduates in Four Countries

    Four recent graduates of UNH will be abroad this fall studying, teaching and conducting research through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
  • Thanh Drinh '17

    Payback

    Thanh Dinh ’17 had a personal reason for delaying his application to medical school so he could volunteer with City Year, and he offers it up readily: When he needed support, people gave it to him....
  • Salme Cook, an oceanography Ph.D. student

    Faster Than Lightning Research

    To know how sediment moves in an estuary, you have to know how the water flows — the tides, the currents. Using computer models to understand that motion can be time-consuming and costly. Which is...
  • Thanh Dinh ’17

    Payback

    Thanh Dinh ’17 had a personal reason for delaying his application to medical school so he could volunteer with City Year, and he offers it up readily: When he needed support, people gave it to him....
  • Murkland Courtyard at UNH

    UNH Ranked Safest School in the Country

    UNH has been named the safest college in the country.
  • UNH graduate Robert Bender '17

    From Navigator to Drafter

    Air Force veteran Robert Bender '17 has found a new career.
  • Pettee Hall

    UNH Social Work Program Seventh in Nation

    USA Today College and College Factual have ranked the UNH undergraduate social work program among the best in the nation.
  • Shawn Swist ’17

    An Astronomical Goal

    Shawn Swist ’17 starts graduate school at Stanford University this fall.
  • Tiffany Winn ‘17

    Job? Check

    Unlike some new alumni, Tiffany Winn '17 wasn’t stressed about getting a job after she graduated in May, and for good reason. She had landed one before she even started her senior year.
  • Samuel Warach '17

    Passion for Innovation Leads to NextStep

    When Sam Warach '17 was a sophomore, he cofounded the UNH Entrepreneurship Club. In 2016, he was among four students to be the first to train as University Innovation Fellows.
  • Students in the nursing simulation lab at UNH

    Building A Team

    Interprofessional course brings majors together.
  • Joanna Lewis '17

    What’s Next: Water Sanitation in Panama

    With a newly-minted environmental engineering degree, Joanna Lewis ’17 brings clean water to villages in Panama.
  • Jordan Garrett '20 and Caitlin Burnett '20

    The Everyday Life of Climate Change

    The big picture of climate change is often heralded in photos depicting melting ice caps and stranded polar bears or smokestacks tainting the sky with soot. Less well captured are the changes to...
  • a UNH Health Services nutritionist

    What Are Colleges on Your List Doing About Wellness?

    A sleep kit — one of many free snooze-enhancing offerings provided by UNH Health Services
  • Nutrition workshop in demo kitchen at UNH Health Services

    The Wellness Factor

    A sleep kit — one of many free snooze-enhancing offerings provided by UNH Health Services  
  • Paul College Great Hall

    Farm-to-Hospital

    Can fresh local food be offered at Wentworth-Douglass? A COLSA senior has a plan to make it happen.
  • UNH student Yusuf Ebrahim

    Research for the Scientific World

    Bria Frehner ’17 first started conducting research on cancer cells in professor Charles Walker’s lab the summer after her freshman year. Yusuf Ebrahim ’17 met Walker during his first semester at UNH...
  • Paul College at UNH

    A Look at Housing Costs in New England

    An internship that turned into a part-time job helped Conor McFarland '17 understand just how lacking affordable housing is in the state of New Hampshire.
  • UNH plant breeding

    Breeding Success

    In 1951, the "New Hampshire Midget" watermelon, developed at UNH by Albert F. Yeager, then head of the university’s horticulture department, won a gold medal in the All-American Selection (AAS)...
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  • a mural in progress at UNH's Dimond Library, celebrating its sesquicentennial

    A Picture Worth 150 Years

    The first thing you notice is the swirl of vibrant colors and the larger-than-life figures, chosen to visually mark the university’s 150-year history. Created by students in art professor Jennifer...
  • UNH alumna Anne Sarkisian ’64

    Self-Help

    It’s been more than a decade since Anne Sarkisian ’64 found what has become her life’s work: educating people about the health risks of gluten intolerance. A few years ago, after too many hours of...
  • a large Carol Shea-Porter campaign sign on a truck

    Four-Peat

    The story that many people from New Hampshire have heard about U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter ’74, ‘79G is that she was a reluctant candidate. Consider that no longer relevant. In November, Shea-Porter...
  • Laurel Thatcher Ulrich '80 Ph. D.

    Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History

    The history of International Women’s Day was built on the shoulders of those who supported women garment workers in New York City in 1909, and the 100 attendees of a women’s conference in Denmark a...
  • Ken Roberge judging maple syrup for clarity

    Sugarmaking Season

    UNH Cooperative Extension field specialist Steve Roberge  Steve Roberge says that equating real maple syrup to store-bought is like comparing apples and oranges. Or more aptly, tree sap and corn...
  • graphic showing where UNH faculty are working and studying during spring semester 2017

    The World Made Smaller

    Faculty members are once more scattered around the globe, either sharing their expertise or increasing their knowledge, thanks to a variety of fellowships, established programs and research projects...
  • Trappist solar system

    Spaced Out

    “Astronomy compels the soul to look upward and leads us from this world to another.”       —Plato, The Republic, 342 BCE Last week, when NASA announced the discovery of seven new planets whose size...
  • Career and Internship Fair at University of New Hampshire

    Six Things Seniors Should Be Doing Right Now

    Commencement is less than 100 days away. Here's what all seniors should be doing right now to get ready for the near future. 
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