Jody Record ’95

Jody Record ’95's Articles

  • a person behind the wheel of a car

    Where Project54 Is Now

    Named for the 1960s television show "Car 54 Where Are You?", Project54 was developed to operate a patrol car's radio, siren, lights, and radar with voice commands.
  • potato planting at UNH

    Faculty Potato Patch of 1917-1918

    On April 16, 1917, the United States entered WWI. A month later, in an effort to supplement food supplies, UNH faculty members were growing potatoes. 
  • Valerie Cunningham

    The Inspiration Behind Portsmouth's Black Heritage Trail

    Historian Valerie Cunningham will receive a Granite State Award at this year’s commencement. The annual award is given in recognition of outstanding contributions to the state.
  • UNH student in Africa

    A Student in Uganda Makes Water Safe to Drink

    In 2011, during a service trip to Lukodi, Uganda, Kayla Mineau was just starting to test one of the community wells when cows came up and began drinking from it.
  • Walk at Work infographic

    Treading Softly

    When Nancy Pearson steps onto her treadmill, she sets the speed at 1 mph. Doesn't sound like much, does it? Not like it would make any kind of difference, you might be thinking.
  • UNH hockey player

    The Ultimate Hockey Fans

    From December 2008 until February 2012, every time goalie Lindsey Minton took the ice as a member of the UNH women's hockey team, her father, Rex Minton, was in the stands. Every single time. Her...
  • University of New Hampshire campus

    2012 Granite State Award and Honorary Degree Recipients

    A political activist and an historic preservationist are this year’s recipients of UNH's Granite State Award, given in recognition of outstanding contributions to the state. Maxine Morse, former...
  • UNH students on service trip during spring break

    Spring Break More Than Just Fun in the Sun

    Matthew Toms spent his spring break in the Dominican Republic with students from the social work class he teaches.
  • Erik Poulin

    Defying the Odds

    Every year upwards of 6,000 people search for a bone marrow donor who, potentially—hopefully—can save their lives. The odds of an unrelated person being that match are about one in 20,000. Unless you...
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