Lisa Nugent

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  • UNH professor emeritus J. Brent Loy with Slick Pik summer squash

    The Matchmaker

    J. Brent Loy puts the cucurbits on your table.
  • Joel Seligman

    CPA Chief Headed to Maryland

    UNH's Joel Seligman has been named the new AVP for marketing and communications at the University of Maryland.
  • Paul College is continuing the tradition of faculty research and teaching excellence.

    Growing Faculty Excellence

    Paul College is continuing the tradition of faculty research and teaching excellence.
  • Michael Thompson

    Rising Star

    Michael Thompson received the Rising Star of Excellence award at a conference in Denver recently. 
  • Larry Mayer sits on the stern of a UNH research vessel

    Hall of Fame

    Larry Mayer has been inducted into the Hydrographer Hall of Fame.
  • Xiaowei Teng, associate professor of chemical engineering

    Better Batteries

    UNH researchers have developed an alternative energy storage system that could lead to less dangerous and more cost-effective battery technology.
  • UNH Graduate School Dean Harry Richards

    Dean Departures

    Two associate deans will be stepping into interim roles with the departure of the deans of CEPS and the Graduate School.
  • Larry Mayer sitting on a dock

    Arctic Appointment

    President Obama named Larry Mayer to a four-year term on the U.S. Arctic Research Commission, an independent federal agency that advises the President and Congress.
  • UNH professor Rick Cote
  • UNH exercise scientist Summer Cook

    Strong Muscles, Fleet Feet

    Exercise scientist Summer Cook
  • Herbie Smith

    Three Grad Students Receive Prestigious NSF Fellowships

    Three UNH students have received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, one of the nation’s premier national science, math, engineering and technology (STEM) scholarship...
  • Erik Swartz

    MVP

    When it comes to head and helmet safety, one of the NFL’s most valuable players isn’t a quarterback, a receiver, or even a coach. In fact, Erik Swartz isn’t a football player at all—the former rugby...
  • carol fisher, puppet faculty, office collage

    The Office

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  • UNH women's gymnastics
  • sarah drumheller with patient

    A Step Ahead

    Student Sarah Drumheller and her internship supervisor Elizabeth Barbin talk with a patient at Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital.
  • tom safford

    The View from the Coast

    Tom Safford“There isn’t an environmental issue that isn’t a people issue,” contends sociologist Tom Safford.
  • pscyhology students with psych cup in front of cat sculpture

    Psyched About Psych Cup

    UNH undergraduate students stand with the Psych Cup, which they won earlier this year at the 2013 New Hampshire Academic Psychological Association Convention. The win means UNH will host this year’s...
  • thomas newkirk with book cover on children's writing

    He Changed How Children Are Taught to Write

    Thomas Newkirk, professor of English at the University of New Hampshire Photo by Perry Smith, UNH Photographic Services
  • catie perella

    Meet Five UNH Life Savers

    Catie Perrella '11     Photo by Lisa Nugent The National Marrow Donor Program lists nearly 10 million people on its “Be the Match” registry. One in 20,000 of those will have the right makeup to help...
  • joanne curran-clentano with students at dinner table in field with cows

    Holy Cow!

    Professor Joanne Curran-Celentano, left, Jillian Smith '12 and Amy Beliveau '10, '12G at the UNH Organic Dairy Farm in Lee, N.H. The farm is one of seven facilities and fields overseen by the New...
  • Brent Loy

    The Matchmaker

    Brent Loy has introduced hundreds of plants to their perfect mates—and the birds and the bees had nothing to do with it.
  • unh professor Mark DeTurk

    The Sound of Music

    It's 9:00 on a Thursday morning, and Moharimet elementary school in Madbury is full of music. There are saxophones in the music room, yes, but there are also clarinets outside the library, flutes in...
  • UNH Opens Employee Health Clinic to Help Cut Costs

    UNH Opens Employee Health Clinic to Help Cut Costs

    The University of New Hampshire is aggressively pursuing health care savings and one of the first programs in this comprehensive effort is the opening Feb. 27, of an on-campus clinic for faculty and...
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