Keith Testa

Keith Testa's Articles

  • Gordon Hoyt '21

    It’s All Relative

    When Jerry Dunfey ’56 watched via livestream from Switzerland as his grandson, Gordon Hoyt ’21, walked across the stage during the CEPS commencement ceremony on May 21 there was one distinct...
  • Pipeline to Professions

    Pipeline to Professions

    Whenever Carl Hubbard ’21 boards a plane and sets off for the Bay Area to begin his job with Cisco Systems, it will be the start of a chapter he’s been eagerly anticipating for more than a year. It...
  • Joe Degregorio ’21, Brandon Belmonte ’21, Jessica Nekowitsch ’21 and Andrew Godfrey ’21.

    Getting Their Feet Wet

    For a quartet of senior UNH environmental engineering students, there’s something in the water. And one of their last acts prior to graduation will be helping to remove it. 
  • Julian Maduro ’21

    Character Counts

    When Julian Maduro ’21 says she grew up around books, she is speaking both figuratively and literally.
  • UNH football team on field

    Delay of Game

    When the announcement was made that UNH would be able to play a spring football season sophomore quarterback Max Brosmer’s second thought was how excited he was .
  • Granite State Fans

    Granite State Fans

    “It makes you feel good to be able to help out. The kids are really appreciative," says Bob Glendening of the support he and wife Beverly provide through scholarships.  
  • Student dressed in protective equipment working in COVID testing lab

    Acing the Test

    When the COVID-19 pandemic began spreading rapidly throughout communities around the globe earlier this spring, Ian Ayer ’22 knew he wouldn’t last long lounging comfortably in the family living room.
  • Alexandra Vergara ’23

    Setting The Stage For Success

    Alexandra Vergara ’23 didn’t find herself until she started pretending to be other people.
  • The Story Books Tell

    The Story Books Tell

    Julian Maduro ’21 grew up surrounded by books, but remembers that only one of them had a character of color. Now, she's turning that memory into meaningful research.  
  • You Are Always on Our Minds
  • Atrium in Paul College

    A Wealth of Support

    Like many others, when the severity and scope of the COVID-19 pandemic began to sink in several weeks ago and businesses throughout New Hampshire and the country began to shut down or significantly...
  • Student studying at kitchen table with her dog on a chair

    Routine Maintenance

    Molly George’s new neighbor in class doesn’t say much, tends to have a short attention span and is easily distracted by objects that make noise. She also happens to be a 10-year-old pug mix named...
  • Norbu Tenzing Norgay ’86

    A Lofty Legacy

    It could seem intimidating to grow up with a father whose legacy is essentially as large as the highest mountain peak on Earth. Instead, Norbu Tenzing Norgay ’86 has fully embraced it.
  • UNH students pose in classroom

    UNH Students Assist Farmington, NH with Downtown Revitalization Efforts

    Town's Economic Development Committee benefits from outside perspective of key demographic. 
  • John and Diane Foley

    Life After Jimmy

    AS DIANE AND JOHN FOLEY ’70 settle into the bright and airy living room of their Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, home on a breezy, blue-skied August morning — Diane seated on the end of a semi-circular...
  • ski captain

    Making Trails His Trade

    Ben Allen ’19 has his mother’s concern for his whereabouts to thank for his initial introduction to skiing. After graduating last spring with a degree in sports studies, Allen is now taking the first...
  • 20 Years of What Ifs

    20 Years of What Ifs

    UNH's URC, now in its 21st year, is about much more than mice and test tubes.
  • Samantha Holmes '00


    UNH hockey star Samantha Holmes ’00 has been fighting for the women's game since childhood.
  • Jim Diehl '76

    Kind of a Big Diehl

    Jim Diehl ’76 was not under the impression he was part of a sporting revolution when he began playing competitive Ultimate Frisbee.
  • Logan Malone '19

    The Worth of Walkability

    Logan Malone's research explores pedestrian-centric streets' impact on home values.
  • Operation Hat Trick emblem

    Hat Trick Hits a Milestone

    OHT recently crossed the $1 million threshold in donations made to help injured service members.
  • country flags that hang in the MUB

    Destination: Chile, Tanzania and Beyond

    Six UNH students have been named Gilman Scholars and will study on four continents this spring and summer.
  • UNH School of Law in Concord, NH

    UNH Law Earns National Recognition

    UNH Law ranked sixth in the nation for IP expertise, 85th overall.
  • Protecting Innovation

    Protecting Innovation

    Founded by an avid inventor, UNH Law leads in intellectual property law
  • UNH Law students and faculty

    Ahead of the Curve

    Rick Weeks ’12 JD stepped off the sidewalk outside the University of New Hampshire School of Law and folded his 6-foot-3 frame into the passenger seat of classmate John Fuentes’s MINI Cooper, bracing...
  • UNH Law's Calvin Massey

    Honoring Calvin Massey

    UNH Law has announced the creation of a scholarship in memory of Daniel Webster Distinguished Professor of Law Calvin Massey.
  • UNH Law students
  • UNH School of Law basketball play driving to the hoop

    Court Time

    UNH School of Law students competed against teams from other law schools at a recent tournament in Springfield, Mass.
  • Peter King with Michael McCann

    King Among Students

    Sports Illustrated national football writer Peter King — described by professor Michael McCann of the UNH School of Law as perhaps the most influential football writer in the country — is used to...
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