Michelle Morrissey ’97

Michelle Morrissey ’97's Articles

  • mike ferrara reading to chidren

    Acts of Kindness Followed by UNH Pride

    Many of the CSDC children recognized CHHS Dean Mike Ferrara's story pick, The Mitten by Jan Brett.
  • Scott Dullea and Brian Greaney

    NH International Seminar Lecture Highlights U.S. Government's Views on Ukrainian Crisis

    On Nov. 9, 1989, most of the undergraduate students at the University of New Hampshire's campus were not yet born. They did not witness on television the fall of the Berlin Wall or watch as the...
  • Giving Thanks

    Giving Thanks

    The food here. English professors. Friends and loved ones. This beautiful campus. A 'wicked awesome' education. Those were just a few of the things that students, faculty and staff said they were...
  • Scott Dullea

    Russian Connection: ROTC alumnus, National Security Advisor, Visits Campus

    There are jobs and then there are Jobs. U.S. Army Col. Scott Dullea ’89 has one of the latter.  His office window looks out at the West Wing of the White House. His boss is Susan Rice, President...
  • University of New Hampshire

    A New Leader at UNH Extension

     Kenneth La Valley has been selected to be the next dean and director of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension effective Dec. 1, after a national search.
  • University of New Hampshire

    UNH Joins Partnership for a Healthier America to Offer Healthier Choices for Students, Employees

    The University of New Hampshire became one of the first schools to sign on to the Partnership for a Healthier America's (PHA) Healthier Campus Initiative, in a three-year commitment to make its...
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin

    Goodwin's Guys

    After a lifetime spent writing about American presidents, world-renowned presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin is a little anxious about what complaints her subjects might come to her with in...
  • students raking leaves

    Do-Gooders By the Hundreds

    Christensen RA Kacie McFadden '17 and two dorm residents work to cleanup the grounds of the USS Albacore submarine museum. Hundreds of UNH students headed out to more than 25 different locations...
  • Ebola Virus A Hot Topic For UNH Nursing Students

    Ebola Virus A Hot Topic For UNH Nursing Students

    The media hype around the Ebola virus in the U.S. may have subsided, but in the nursing profession, the Ebola threat in America is still very much a topic of discussion, debate and even protest in...
  • kristina johnson with professor

    Around the World and Back Again: One Veteran's Story

    Growing up, Kristina Johnson noticed that in her town, not many people left to see the world. But she wanted to. That wanderlust didn't change after graduating Goffstown High School in 2005 and...
  • veterans conversing

    UNH Marks Veterans Day

    UNH marked Veterans Day 2014 with events, ceremonies and community service on campus and in local communities.  
  • Poinsettias

    Holiday Decor, Crafts on Campus

    UNH's Memorial Union Building and The Macfarlane Greenhouses will come alive with holiday cheer, decor and gift ideas during the first weekend of December, thanks to two popular annual events.
  • bobcat in woods

    Great Day to Be a Bobcat: UNH Study Finds Feline Population is Strong

    New Hampshire’s bobcats are on the rise — and on the move, showing up in places they’ve never been reported before. Those are the major findings from a four-year study of the animal that puts the “...
  • University of New Hampshire

    CHICAGO Roars Onto Johnson Theatre Stage This Week

    It's darkly lit. Fog settles along the edges of the wet cobbled street. The dense silence is sharply cut with the loud BANG of a gunshot followed by the sound of a woman's heeled shoes clicking as...
  • The Spirit and Sport of Lumberjacking

    The Spirit and Sport of Lumberjacking

      Think about where the axe is going to hit. Don't overthink where the axe is going to hit. Be sure to exhale through your downswing, and follow through as the bone-cuttingly sharp blade of the axe...
  • Social Venture Innovation Challenge

    Have An Idea That Could Change the World? Check Out UNH's Social Innovation Challenge

    Have an idea about how to address one of society’s most pressing social or environmental challenges? Sign up now to share a sustainable, business-oriented solution in the Social Venture Innovation...
  • UNH Fairchild Dairy

    Fairchild Dairy Marks 25 Years of Research

    The Fairchild Dairy Teaching and Research Center, a facility of the N.H. Agricultural Experiment Station (NHAES) at the University of New Hampshire College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA),...
  • Ben Cariens stands in front of the replica Berlin Wall in Murkland Courtyard.

    Durham's Own Berlin Wall

      When students and faculty congregate in the popular hangout spot of Murkland Courtyard during the next few weeks, they'll be able to get a glimpse of an iconic structure in world history, and learn...
  • All About Apples

    All About Apples

    It's that time of year, when the mornings are crisp and cold, the days are pleasantly sunny, and a jaunt out among rows at your local pick-your-own apple orchard is something you've got on your...
  • Eric Adjetey Anang painting with art students

    Buried in Style

    No one likes to think about their own mortality, especially the details of their funeral. But visiting artist Eric Adjetey Anang showed a group of UNH art and art history students that in his home...
  • doris kearns goodwin at podium

    Of Presidential Politics and Life Lessons Learned

     After a lifetime spent writing about American presidents, world-renowned presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin has a bit of anxiety about  what might happen to her in the afterlife.
  • Gretchen and the Pickpockets

    UNH Band Hopes to Hit the Big Time

    Playing together just a year, Gretchen and the Pickpockets are finalists in global music competition by besting nearly 12,000 competitors in The Hard Rock Café’s Hard Rock Rising Battle of the Bands.