Larry Clow '12G

Larry Clow '12G's Articles

  • a UNH Cooperative Extension 4-H member using a zipline at Candia Springs

    Growing True Leaders

    A recent gift to New Hampshire 4-H from an anonymous donor has provided new learning opportunities.
  • Middle school students driving robots at University of New Hampshire pool during SeaPerch event

    Ready for the Future

    Young engineers drove their underwater vehicles at the UNH pool during this year's Seacoast SeaPerch regional competition.
  • abstract sustainability illustration of leaves, eyes, bugs and part of an institution

    Blue and White and Green All Over

    Take a walk through campus and it’s easy to get lost in UNH’s natural beauty. Tree-lined sidewalks border burbling streams and wander over gently rolling hills and past jutting rocks. In the silence...
  • an illustration of corn plants growing out of the earth and a plate of food

    Farm to Future

    Exploring the link between food and sustainability.
  • illustration of trees, people, a rainbow, buildings, rain, clouds, and technology on top of a globe with eyes

    New Angles on Old Problems

    Prof. Tom Haines examines questions about our present industrial world and a sustainable future in “Walking to the Sun.”
  • illustration of buildings against a green circular background

    A Carbon-Neutral Future

    Ask Cameron Wake to describe UNH’s response to reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE) and one word comes to mind: aggressive. WildCAP, the university’s climate action plan, is “considerably more...
  • UNH alumnus Bert Myer ’67 playing croquet

    King of the Court

    Bert Myer ’67 fell in love with croquet in 1958 at an annual Labor Day backyard croquet tournament in Marblehead, Massachusetts. The game looks deceptively simple — use a wooden mallet to whack a...
  • photo of David Sharkey

    In Honor of His Grandmother

    David Sharkey's next stop is a high shool in Madrid, Spain.
  • photo of Hannah Vagos

    Answering the Siren Song

    Hannah Vagos '17 is teaching at the UNH ESL Institute before heading to Madrid, Spain, to teach this fall.
  • photo of Jordan Mrvos

    Minding the Gap

    Jordan Mrvos '17 tackles poverty at a local nonprofit.
  • montage of 5 student fellows

    Fellows Rising

    Five student fellows look back on their college careers as they move surely into their futures.
  • students at table presenting their work

    How Now Wildcats

    In Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” Duke Orsino famously says, “If music be the food of love, play on.” It’s a sentiment that could be applied to a collaboration between two English department classes...
  • photo of Paul Pouliot, Denise Pouliot and Grace Dietz

    Indigenous New Hampshire

    When it comes to telling the stories of indigenous people in New Hampshire, the “official” history — found on historical site markers, in textbooks and on public murals, among other places — only...
  • students manning registration table at HYPE
  • students working in COLA 401 course

    Intro to Your Future

    When Jennifer Drohan ’20 began her first semester at UNH last fall, she was ready to study anything and everything. The only problem, she says, was choosing one subject to focus on.
  • David Finkelhor

    Keeping Kids Safe

    For decades, the Crimes against Children Research Center has worked tirelessly to keep children safe.
  • photo of Kei Saito

    Juvenile Justice?

    Though well-intentioned, the laws targeting sex offenders have done little to achieve the intended effect of making children safer, according to sociology graduate student Kei Saito.
  • UNH bee researchers

    The Buzz on Bees

    Buzzing bees are one of the surest signs of spring, but that seasonal soundtrack is increasingly in danger.
  • a young girl playing with LittleBits at East Rochester School

    Extra Credit

    Inspiration’s in the air early on a Thursday morning at the East Rochester School. The fifth graders in Jenna Buinicky’s weekly technology class are already excited—there’s just one more day until...
  • the basketball court at the new expanded Hamel Rec Center at UNH

    Bigger and Better

    The expanded Hamel Rec center emphasizes fitness and wellbeing.
  • a UNH women's basketball player

    All in the Chemistry

    It was a record-setting season for the America East champs women’s basketball team.
  • UNH professor Scott Ollinger

    Excellence in Ecology

    UNH ranks second nationally in ecological research, scholarship.
  • students acting

    Time Traveling with Cinderella

    On a Tuesday afternoon at Dover Middle School, dinosaurs roamed the auditorium. 
  • Tegan O'Neill

    Following Up with Sustainability Fellows

    UNH Today follows up with a couple of former Sustainability Institute fellows in this article. 
  • Peter Urquhart, associate professor of music at UNH and UNH's carilloneur

    Towering Sounds

    When it comes to campus traditions, there are few more familiar than the songs that toll from the Thompson Hall tower every morning at 11.
  • Actors in a play about the town of Stratham, NH

    Inspired by the Past

    A history major immerses herself in the stories of a 300-year-old town.
  • UNH provost and vice president for academic affairs Nancy Targett

    Seeing Threads

    Nancy Targett is passionate about connecting people and ideas. It’s a philosophy that guided her at the University of Delaware, where she joined the faculty in 1984 and was named dean of its College...
  • Laconia High School English teacher and UNH alumnus Tate Aldrich '08 in the classroom

    Helping Laconia Bloom

    Tate Aldrich '08 has a simple life philosophy: Bloom where you're planted. That perspective is among the reasons that, when he was offered a teaching job at Laconia High School, where he had been a...
  • UNH alumna Kendall Kunelius '15

    A Cut Above

    When Kendall Kunelius ’15 arrived at UNH in 2011, her path was clear. A 10-year 4-Her and the devoted owner of a pony named Winsome, Kunelius planned to major in equine management, graduate, and...
  • UNH's Elizabeth Carter

    Choosing the Right Wine

    The wine you serve at your holiday table is complex not just in flavor but in the blend of political, economic and social factors that bring it to your home.
  • Megan Duranko '17 and Professor Sergios Charntikov discuss research data

    Stressed Out and Vulnerable

    Megan Duranko '17 and professor Sergios Charntikov discuss research data.
  • UNH ROTC members

    Honoring Those Who Serve

    UNH alumni were inducted into the ROTC Hall of Fame. For the newest inductees into the UNH ROTC’s Alumni Hall of Fame, the university played a pivotal role in their lives and careers.
  • An historic map of New Hampshire in UNH's collection

    Mapping History

    The historic Carrigain map goes on view in Dimond Library on November 16.
  • UNH's 2016-2017 STEMbassadors

    A Different Kind of Ambassador

    CEPS STEMbassadors are bringing STEM education to life in Granite State schools.
  • voting booth under the Thompson Hall arches at UNH


    Four-decade "Mayoralty" tradition made "mayors" of Durham.
  • UNH alumnus Tate Aldrich

    UNH Alumnus Named New Hampshire Teacher of the Year

    When Tate Aldrich '08 graduated from UNH, he knew exactly where he wanted to go to begin his teaching career: back to his hometown of Laconia. “I wanted to give back to my community,” he says. “I had...
  • UNH graduate student and faculty member

    Crunching Data for Driver Safety

    Graduate student Christopher Rogers ’17G and other student interns are using Lean Six Sigma principles to help make roadways safer.
  • Members of the UNH Wind Symphony

    A Little Night Music

    Editor's note: After this article was published, the Wind Symphony premiered "Old Ben's Farm" at the Whittemore Center Arena before a full crowd assembled to usher in UNH's 150th year on Sept. 30....
  • library courtyard

    Blue and White Makes Green

    When it comes to sustainability, it’s not easy being green. It takes a “long-term, enduring commitment,” according to Tom Kelly, chief sustainability officer and founding executive director of UNH's ...
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  • NH state legislator Thomas Sherman talks to UNH students

    Combating the Crisis

    Four years ago, if you had asked Dr. Thomas Sherman, a practicing gastroenterologist and a representative in the New Hampshire Legislature, if he’d eventually have a part in fighting the opioid...
  • UNH alumna Sandra Martin '62, '68G

    Natural Wonder

    Sandra Waddell Martin ’62 ’68G remembers her neighborhood mail carrier coming to the door of her parents’ house in Winthrop, Massachusetts, one day in 1954. Martin was just 13, but her career as a...
  • UNH Alumni Association board director Robert McGrath '96

    Making Connections

    As universities evolve, so do alumni associations. How is the UNH Alumni Association’s role changing?
  • UNH police officers on campus

    UNH Police Gain Reaccreditation

    The University of New Hampshire Police Department has been reaccredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
  • UNH alumna Samantha Howard '16

    Doubling Down on Service

    Samantha Howard ’16 is dedicated to service. It’s a passion that guided her during her years at UNH, and now, it’s setting the course for her future.
  • Pettee Hall at UNH

    UNH Social Work Program Ranked Eighth in Nation

    The university’s social work program in the College of Health and Human Services has long attracted top students and faculty. But now, it’s getting some national recognition.
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    Serendipity’s Springboard

    Imagine this: It’s a Sunday night and you’re at home. You’ve whittled your to-do list down to one item — all that’s left to do is clean up the dinner dishes. You load the dishwasher and, pleased with...
  • University of New Hampshire welcome sign

    Humanities in the Digital Age: Collaboration is at the heart of a range of projects that explore the digital humanities landscape

    When Scott Weintraub thinks about digital humanities, he thinks of conversations — and, sometimes, trees.
  • Mike Vlacich '95

    Coming Full Circle

    It was a few days before the 1992 presidential election, and Mike Vlacich ’95, a volunteer on Bill Clinton’s first campaign, needed $25 to rent a car. Vlacich and a friend planned to drive around the...
  • Michael McCann - UNH Law
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