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  • James Glennon '12, '20G, recent graduate of the cybersecurity policy and risk management program

    Cybersecurity Spotlight: James Glennon '12, '20G

    James Glennon '12, '20G became interested in cybersecurity during his time as an undergraduate at UNH, where he studied business administration and IT. While working full-time at a software company,...
  • Melissa Mullen '21, analytics and data science major at UNH Manchester

    First-Year Mentor Spotlight: Melissa Mullen '21

    Get to know Melissa Mullen '21, one of our peer assistant leaders who helps incoming first-year students adjust to life at UNH Manchester.
  • UNH Manchester campus covered in snow during winter

    Accessing UNH Manchester Services Over Break

    To better support the health of our community, most UNH Manchester staff and services will be available remotely over winter break.
  • Thomas Gerton '23, biotechnology major, works in the lab at UNH Manchester

    Millyard Scholar Spotlight

    Thomas Gerton ‘23 shares his experience as a UNH Manchester biotech student and lab intern at Advanced Solutions.
  • Christopher LeBlanc, associate professor of engineering technology at UNH Manchester

    American Society for Engineering Education Honor

    Engineering technology professor Christopher LeBlanc has been elected as chair of programming for the Engineering Technology Division of the American Society for Engineering Education.
  • Dr. James Ramsay, professor of security studies at UNH

    Homeland Security Educator Award

    James Ramsay, professor of security studies and chair of the Department of Security Studies, has received the inaugural Dave McIntyre Homeland Security Educator Award by the Center for Homeland...
  • Headshots of new biotechnology faculty at UNH Manchester

    New Faces of Biotech

    With the growth of its biotechnology programs, UNH Manchester has welcomed exceptional new talent to its biotech faculty.
  • Meriah Metzger '20, politics and society major at UNH Manchester

    Transfer Mentor Spotlight: Meriah Metzger '20

    Get to know Meriah Metzger '20, one of our Mentor Ambassadors for Transfer Engagement (MATEs) who helps incoming transfers adjust to the academic, cultural and social climate at UNH Manchester.
  • American Physiological Society Honor

    American Physiological Society Honor

    Biology professor Patricia Halpin has been elected as chair of the teaching of physiology section for the American Physiological Society.
  • Transfer Mentor Spotlight: Sean DeSautelle '21

    Transfer Mentor Spotlight: Sean DeSautelle '21

    Get to know Sean DeSautelle '21, one of our Mentor Ambassadors for Transfer Engagement (MATEs) who helps incoming transfers adjust to the academic, cultural and social climate at UNH Manchester.
  • First-Year Mentor Spotlight: Juan Reyes '23

    First-Year Mentor Spotlight: Juan Reyes '23

    Get to know Juan Reyes '23, one of our orientation and peer assistant leaders who helps incoming first-year students adjust to life at UNH Manchester.
  • Orientation Leader Spotlight: Jamila Peguero '21

    Orientation Leader Spotlight: Jamila Peguero '21

    Get to know Jamila Peguero '21, one of our orientation and peer assistant leaders who helps incoming first-year students adjust to life at UNH Manchester.
  • Alyssa Lombardi '21, a biological sciences major and transfer student mentor at UNH Manchester

    Transfer Mentor Spotlight

    Get to know Alyssa Lombardi '21, one of our Mentor Ambassadors for Transfer Engagement (MATEs) who helps incoming transfers adjust to the academic, cultural and social climate at UNH Manchester.
  • University of New Hampshire at Manchester building in the spring

    UNH Manchester Spring 2020 Dean's List

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester has named 324 students to the Dean's List for superior scholastic performance during the spring semester of the 2019-2020 academic year. 
  • Excellence in History Publication

    Excellence in History Publication

    Kelly Kilcrease and Yvette Lazdowki have received the 2020 Barbara D. Merino Award for Excellence in History Publication.
  • UNH Manchester Launches Biotechnology Graduate Program

    UNH Manchester Launches Biotechnology Graduate Program

    In response to market demand and the growth of its undergraduate program in biotechnology, UNH Manchester is launching a Master of Science in Biotechnology: Industrial and Biomedical Sciences this...
  • Getting Social with Stay Work Play

    Getting Social with Stay Work Play

    Business major Maeve McDonnell '21 will spend the summer as a digital and social media intern at Stay Work Play New Hampshire, a nonprofit that highlights what makes the state a great place for young...
  • C.C. Hendricks, new director of first-year writing at UNH Manchester

    UNH Manchester Welcomes New Director of First-Year Writing

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester welcomes C.C. Hendricks, who joins the faculty as assistant professor and director of first-year writing beginning this fall. 
  • In Our Own Voices: Mahad Khan '21

    In Our Own Voices: Mahad Khan '21

    Mahad Khan '21 created the Muslim Student Association at UNH Manchester to bring awareness and a sense of community to his culture. The politics and society major shares his story as part of our In...
  • In Our Own Voices: Jeremy Clague '20

    In Our Own Voices: Jeremy Clague '20

    Jeremy Clague '20 was serving in the U.S. Marine Corps when a major head injury ended his military career. With his service dog, Buddy, by his side, Clague is now pursuing a neuropsychology degree....
  • New NCC-UNH Homeland Security Pathway

    New NCC-UNH Homeland Security Pathway

    Starting this fall, a new transfer agreement will connect the Nashua Community College criminal justice students with the homeland security bachelor’s degree program at UNH. 
  • In Our Own Voices: Shreya Vijay '19

    In Our Own Voices: Shreya Vijay '19

    Shreya Vijay '19, a psychology graduate, shares her experience growing up as an Indian American as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series.
  • UNH Manchester building in the spring time

    Spring Open House, March 7

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester is hosting an Open House on Saturday, March 7 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. At Open House, high school juniors and seniors as well as transfer students and...
  • University of New Hampshire at Manchester building in the fall

    Fall 2019 Dean's List

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester has named 307 students to the Dean's List for superior scholastic performance during the fall semester of the 2019-2020 academic year.
  • Hassan Essa '19, a recent graduate of UNH Manchester's politics and society program

    In Our Own Voices: Hassan Essa '19

    Hassan Essa '19, an Air Force member who fled Kuwait with his family when he was just two years old, shares his story as part of our "In Our Own Voices" gallery.
  • Homelessness in New Hampshire

    Homelessness in New Hampshire

    Citizens working togther to address housing and homelessness in NH.  
  • Kari-Lynn Knight '22, pursuing neuropsychology degree at UNH Manchester

    In Our Own Voices: Kari-Lynn Knight '22

    Kari-Lynn Knight '22 shares her nontraditional path to college as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series. The mother of seven is pursuing her neuropsychology degree with support from the tuition-free...
  • The Threat of Antibiotic Resistance

    The Threat of Antibiotic Resistance

    Undermining a cornerstone of modern medicine, bacterial drug resistance has become an urgent threat to human health. A recent report by the CDC shows that, each year, antibiotic resistant bacteria...
  • In Our Own Voices: Surya Kranthi Siyadri '20G

    In Our Own Voices: Surya Kranthi Siyadri '20G

    Surya Kranthi Siyadri '20G left his home country of India to pursue his information technology degree. He shares his story as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series.
  • Engineering Technology Expands to Offer Four-Year Programs

    Engineering Technology Expands to Offer Four-Year Programs

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester has expanded its ABET-accredited engineering technology program to include four-year bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering technology and...
  • In Our Own Voices: Safia Haji '19

    In Our Own Voices: Safia Haji '19

    Safia Haji '19, an English teaching graduate, came to the U.S. as a refugee when civil war ravaged her home country of Somalia. She shares her story as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series.
  • Bow High School

    UNH First Step Expands to Bow High School

    The University of New Hampshire has expanded its concurrent credit program, UNH First Step, to Bow High School. Beginning this spring, BHS juniors and seniors will have the opportunity to...
  • Cybersecurity Spotlight: CPRM Graduate Brenden Collins '16, '19G

    Cybersecurity Spotlight: CPRM Graduate Brenden Collins '16, '19G

    Brenden Collins '16, ’19G became interested in cybersecurity during his time in the U.S. Navy, in which he served within the Intelligence and Cryptology communities. After earning his bachelor’s...
  • Safety and Health Fellow

    Safety and Health Fellow

    James Ramsay, professor of security studies, has been selected as a 2019 American Society of Safety Professionals Fellow, which recognizes a lifetime commitment to worker safety and health.
  • Elm Street in Manchester historical black and white photo

    Shoe City

    Business professors coauthor book exploring the impact shoe production had on Manchester's economy.
  • Risks of Dot Gov

    Risks of Dot Gov

    Maeve Dion, assistant professor of security studies, recently joined NHPR's Civics 101 podcast to discuss government cybersecurity in New Hampshire.
  • Student Veteran Spotlight: Adriana Campbell '21

    Student Veteran Spotlight: Adriana Campbell '21

    In honor of Veterans Day, we spoke with U.S. Air Force veteran and psychology major Adriana Campbell ’21 about her military service and college experience.
  • Student Veteran Spotlight: Michael Evers '23

    Student Veteran Spotlight: Michael Evers '23

    In honor of Veterans Day, we spoke with U.S. Marine Corps veteran and homeland security major Michael Evers '23 about his college experience.
  • WACNH Climate Refugees panel discussion, Nov 6

    Growing Concerns Over Climate Refugees

    With sea levels rising and climate-related disasters becoming more frequent and severe, climate change has become a bigger threat to people’s lives and homes throughout the world. 
  • University of New Hampshire Named National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by NSA, DHS

    University of New Hampshire Named National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by NSA, DHS

    The National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security have designated the University of New Hampshire as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education. UNH is the...
  • Students in classroom at UNH Manchester

    5 Tips for Transfer Students

    According to a study by the National Association for College Admission Counseling, more than a third of college students transfer to another school. If you're in that mindset, here are some tips to...
  • University of New Hampshire at Manchester building in the fall. UNH Manchester will host Fall Open House on October 19, 2019.

    UNH Manchester to Host Fall Open House on Oct. 19

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester invites high school juniors and seniors, transfer students and guests to campus for Open House on Saturday, October 19 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • UNH Manchester Named a 2020 Hidden Gem by College Raptor

    UNH Manchester Named a 2020 “Hidden Gem” by College Raptor

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester has been named a 2020 “Hidden Gem” by College Raptor, a leading mobile-first college planning platform.
  • New Pathway to UNH Homeland Security Degree for Nashua Community College Students

    New Pathway to UNH Homeland Security Degree for Nashua Community College Students

    A new transfer agreement will connect Nashua Community College criminal justice students with the homeland security bachelor’s program at UNH Manchester. Called a 2+2 pathway, the agreement allows...
  • University of New Hampshire at Manchester Pandora Mill Building

    University of New Hampshire Launches High School Concurrent Credit Program

    The University of New Hampshire has partnered with Pinkerton Academy to launch UNH First Step, a two-year pilot concurrent credit program. Beginning this fall, Pinkerton juniors and seniors will have...
  • UNH Manchester Launches Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering to Meet Market Demand

    UNH Manchester Launches Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering to Meet Market Demand

    As our world becomes increasingly connected, cyber threats and data breaches are becoming more frequent and severe. Yahoo, Equifax, the city of Baltimore—cyber attacks can be devastating to an...
  • UNH Manchester Commencement participants walking with banner

    UNH Manchester Commencement 2019

    Graduates celebrated their accomplishments at UNH Manchester's 2019 Commencement on May 16.
  • Master of Social Work Program Adopts Hybrid Model

    Master of Social Work Program Adopts Hybrid Model

    Mental health and substance abuse issues have moved to the forefront of conversation in recent years. With the surge in societal awareness, the need for behavioral health professionals has become...
  • Drumming Up a Future in the Music Industry

    Drumming Up a Future in the Music Industry

    Angela Mastrogiacomo '10 has always dreamed of a career fueled by passion and creativity. So the Hudson, N.H. native decided to make her dream job herself.
  • Wildcats in the World: Sinehan Kerman ’14, ‘18G at J2 Interactive

    Wildcats in the World: Sinehan Kerman ’14, ‘18G at J2 Interactive

    For Sinehan Kerman ’14, ‘18G, the relationship with UNH Manchester is a full-circle one. Kerman came to UNH Manchester as a business student, graduated as an employee and returned in 2018 as an...
Kassidy Taylor, Marketing Content Producer, UNH Manchester
Marketing & Communications, UNH Manchester

In her role as marketing content producer, Kassidy Taylor writes feature stories for the UNH Manchester blog, press releases, recruitment materials, print and digital ads, web content, e-mail communications, and the occasional social media post.

Kassidy knew she wanted to be a writer since fourth grade, when she created Me Magazine (first and only issue). In addition to writing, Kassidy has a knack for making puns, imitating foreign accents, quoting movies, and eating an alarming amount of buffalo wings.

Kassidy earned an MBA in Strategic Marketing Management from Plymouth State University in 2017 and a B.A. in Journalism from Keene State College in 2011.