Kassidy Taylor

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  • graduation hat at UNH Manchester commencement

    Celebrating UNH Manchester Class of 2022

    Author Paul S. Boynton '73 delivered the keynote address at UNH Manchester's 37th annual commencement ceremony, which celebrated the achievements of 298 anticipated graduates on Monday....
  • Composite of 49 all-sky auroral images taken from various sites across North America

    NASA Grant Fuels Northern Lights Research

    NASA has selected Jeremiah Johnson ‘10G, assistant professor of data science at UNH Manchester, to receive a grant to fund his research on using machine learning to improve understanding of the...
  • Carolyn White Gamtso headshot

    Library Honor

    Carolyn White Gamtso, associate professor and director of the UNH Manchester Library, has been awarded the 2022 Impact Award by the New Hampshire School Library Media Association.
  • Brett White '21G, graduate of the UNH Master of Science in cybersecurity policy and risk management

    Cybersecurity Spotlight: Brett White '21G

    What began as a "love affair" with UNH Wildcats hockey eventually led Brett White '21G to pursue UNH's online master's in cybersecurity policy and risk management from his native Australia.
  • Students on Team Cooke NoMADS are among the recipients of this year's Campus Compact for New Hampshire Presidents' Awards

    Campus Compact for New Hampshire Names 2022 Presidents’ Awards Recipients

    Each year, the Campus Compact for New Hampshire (CCNH) celebrates students, staff and representatives from local colleges and nonprofits who demonstrate exceptional community service in higher...
  • Neuropsychology students at UNH Manchester studying brain anatomy in psychobiology class

    New Scholarship Supports Behavioral Health Programs

    To foster workforce development in human services and behavioral health fields, the University of New Hampshire at Manchester has partnered with Network4Health to introduce the Network4Health...
  • Students in the lab at UNH Manchester

    From Here to Healthcare Career

    The Health Professions Program at UNH is designed to help students who have a bachelor's degree pursue professional or graduate study in various health fields.
  • Faculty Spotlight: Thomas Birch, Business

    Faculty Spotlight: Thomas Birch, Business

    Get to know Economics Professor Thomas Birch, who has been a staple of UNH Manchester’s business program since joining the faculty in 1987.
  • UNH Manchester building in fall

    UNH Manchester Fall 2021 Dean's List

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester has named 265 students to the Dean's List for superior scholastic performance during the fall semester of the 2021-2022 academic year. 
  • UNH Manchester building in springtime

    Spring Open House, March 5

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester is hosting an Open House on Saturday, March 5 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. At Open House, prospective students can tour campus, meet faculty and learn about the...
  • Stephen Pimpare, principal lecturer of American politics and public policy

    Faculty Spotlight: Stephen Pimpare, Public Policy

    Since joining the UNH Manchester faculty in 2015, Dr. Stephen Pimpare has inspired students with his passion and expertise on American politics and public policy.
  • Dr. Nick Mian, center, associate professor of psychology

    Faculty Spotlight: Nick Mian, Psychology

    Since joining UNH Manchester’s psychology faculty in 2015, Dr. Nick Mian has brought his expertise as a licensed clinical psychologist into his classroom and child psychology lab, where students...
  • Liberal arts students

    The Power of Liberal Arts, Dec. 7

    Join us on Zoom on December 7 at 5 p.m. for The Power of Liberal Arts, a panel discussion featuring successful alumni from various liberal arts majors. This virtual event showcases industry need for...
  • Women studying biotechnology in the UNH Manchester biotechnology innovation center

    Be Inspired by Women in STEM, Nov. 9

    Women make up nearly half of the U.S. workforce, but only 27% of the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workforce. Women are vastly underrepresented in STEM—and at UNH Manchester, we’re...
  • James Ramsay teaches a homeland security course at UNH Manchester

    Faculty Spotlight: James Ramsay, Homeland Security

    James Ramsay, Ph.D., joined UNH in 2015 to spearhead the homeland security bachelor's degree program, which is the foundation for UNH earning its designation as a Center of Academic Excellence in...
  • UNH Manchester building in fall

    Fall Open House, October 16

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester is hosting an Open House on Saturday, October 16 from 9 a.m. to noon. At Open House, high school juniors and seniors as well as transfer students and...
  • Dr. Sue Cooke with UNH Manchester students

    Faculty Spotlight: Sue Cooke ’94, ’04G, Biological Sciences

    Since joining the UNH Manchester faculty in 2013, Dr. Sue Cooke, lecturer of biological sciences, has designed courses that not only appeal to her students’ interests, but also develop skills and...
  • Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows

    Scholarships for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers

    UNH has expanded its partnership with the Peace Corps to offer the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows program to returned Peace Corps volunteers who wish to pursue a Master of Science in Global Conflict and...
  • UNH Manchester named 2022 Hidden Gem by College Raptor

    Hidden Gem

    UNH Manchester has been named a 2022 “Hidden Gem in New England” by College Raptor, a leading college planning platform.
  • Barbara Jago, associate professor of communication arts

    Faculty Spotlight: Barbara Jago, Communication Arts

    Since joining the UNH Manchester faculty in 1998, Barbara Jago, associate professor of communication arts, has challenged her students to become braver, stronger and more thoughtful.
  • students outside UNH Manchester

    7 Tips for Your First Week of Class

    Whether you’re kicking off your first year of college or your last, the first week of classes can be stressful. Here are some tips to keep in mind as you switch from summer mode to school mode.
  • Carlo Capuz '21, computer information systems major at UNH Manchester

    In Our Own Voices: Carlo Capuz '21

    Carlo Capuz '21, a computer information systems major, shares his experience immigrating to the U.S. as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series.
  • Tatiana Iuferova '20G, a graduate of the master's in information technology program at UNH Manchester

    In Our Own Voices: Tatiana Iuferova '20G

    Tatiana Iuferova '20G, a graduate of the master's in information technology program, shares her experience coming to the U.S. from Russia as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series.
  • Blanca Santibanez '20, graduate of the biotechnology program at UNH Manchester

    In Our Own Voices: Blanca Santibanez '20

    Blanca Santibanez '20, a recent graduate of the biotechnology program, shares her experience as an immigrant to the U.S. as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series.
  • Vishnu Soni '22, neuropsychology major at UNH Manchester

    In Our Own Voices: Vishnu Soni '22

    Vishnu Soni '22, a neuropsychology major, shares his journey from India to the U.S. to pursue his academic passion as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series.
  • English teaching graduate and master's of secondary education candidate Angelina Gillispie '20, '21G

    In Our Own Voices: Angelina Gillispie '20, '21G

    Angelina Gillispie '20, '21G, an English teaching graduate pursuing a master's in secondary education, shares her experience growing up multiracial as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series.
  • Harshi Karedla ‘21, a neuropsychology major at UNH Manchester

    In Our Own Voices: Harshi Karedla '21

    Harshi Karedla '21, a neuropsychology major, shares their journey from vulnerability to self-acceptance as part of our "In Our Own Voices" series.
  • Professor Sue Cooke and four UNH Manchester students who make up Team Cooke

    Space Bound

    A team of UNH Manchester students is one of five selected by NASA to send their experiment on soil bacteria mutation to the International Space Station.
  • UNH Manchester building

    Visibility Week

    UNH Manchester will host a series of virtual events March 22-25 in recognition of Visibility Week, which centers on bringing awareness to underrepresented identities.
  • Sarah Prescott, associate professor of biochemistry at UNH Manchester

    Advancing Life Science Education

    Associate professor Sarah Prescott has been selected as president of the BioQUEST curriculum consortium, a collaborative community empowering life science educators to drive innovation in STEM...
  • Computer science professor Mihaela Sabin works with UNH Manchester students

    Computing Education Honor

    Computer Science Professor Mihaela Sabin has been appointed to the Education Board for the Association of Computing Machinery, the world’s largest computing society.
  • Students in a computer science class at UNH Manchester

    Explore Computing and Analytics

    Discover how UNH Manchester's majors in analytics and data science, computer information systems and computer science prepare you for a career in the high-demand tech industry at our virtual info...
  • Mechanical engineering technology students works in UNH Manchester machine shop

    Engineer Your Future

    Discover how UNH Manchester's ABET-accredited engineering technology programs prepare you with the hands-on experience and industry connections for a lucrative engineering career at our virtual info...
  • Professor James Ramsay, Ph.D., will lead a virtual info session about UNH's homeland security program on March 2.

    Explore Homeland Security

    Discover how UNH's homeland security program prepares you to identify and address challenges of national and international significance at our virtual info session on March 2 at 5 p.m.
  • Communication Arts students use film equipment at UNH Manchester

    Explore Communication Arts

    Discover how UNH Manchester's communication arts program prepares you with the skills and experience to turn your passion into a profession at our virtual info session on February 24 at 5 p.m.
  • Students in class at UNH Manchester

    Get Down to Business

    Discover how UNH Manchester's business program prepares you with the skills and connections to become a successful, innovative leader at our virtual info session on February 24 at 5 p.m.
  • Laurie Shaffer, lecturer of ASL/English interpreting at UNH Manchester, working with students

    Explore ASL/English Interpreting

    Discover how UNH Manchester's ASL/English Interpreting program prepares you with the skills and connections for a career in the Deaf community and interpreting field at our virtual info session on...
  • national security intelligence stock image

    Advancing National Intelligence

    The University of New Hampshire has launched a fully online Master of Science in National Security Intelligence Analysis in response to the growing emphasis on national security and demand for...
  • Stephen Pimpare, principal lecturer of American politics and public policy at UNH Manchester

    Explore Public Service and Nonprofit Leadership

    Discover how UNH Manchester's public service and nonprofit leadership program prepares students for a broad range of careers in civil service, education, law, nonprofits and more at our virtual info...
  • UNH Manchester building in the fall

    UNH Manchester Fall 2020 Dean's List

    The University of New Hampshire at Manchester has named 384 students to the Dean's List for superior scholastic performance during the fall semester of the 2020-2021 academic year. 
  • A Passion for Peace

    A Passion for Peace

    With conflict and human security becoming a top priority for U.S. foreign policy, UNH has launched a fully online M.S. in Global Conflict & Human Security to prepare graduates for careers in ...
  • Psychology professor Nicholas Mian working with a child in the child psychology lab at UNH Manchester

    Building Futures Together

    The Health Resources and Services Administration has awarded UNH Institute on Disability a $2.4 million grant for Building Futures Together, a program offering specialized training for ...
  • Computer science faculty Mihaela Sabin and Karen Jin

    Computing Professors Research Advantage of Oral Exams

    Computer science faculty Mihaela Sabin and Karen Jin will present their research at the 2021 Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education's Technical Symposium.
  • Explore Psychology and Neuropsychology Programs

    Explore Psychology and Neuropsychology Programs

    Discover how UNH Manchester's psychology and neuropsychology programs give you the research skills and hands-on learning to prepare you for your career at our virtual info session on February 3 at 5...
  • 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...
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.