Scott Ripley

Scott Ripley's Articles

  • UNH researcher Michael Chambers with a greenhouse-grown shrimp in a net

    Hyperlocal Shrimp?

    UNH researchers are testing a shrimp aquaculture method that could put the seafood staple back in your fishmonger’s case.
  • An aerial shot of campus at dusk

    "It is a beauteous evening, calm and free..." wrote the poet William Wordsworth.

    He could have been talking about this spectacular view of campus.
  • Student works on vacuum chamber in UNH's Space Science Center.

    Top Tier

    UNH has risen to the top echelon of research universities in the country.
  • UNH Moments 2018

    UNH Moments 2018

    Here’s to another great year as the UNH story continues.
  • Holiday Harmonies

    Holiday Harmonies

    President Jim Dean and Jan Dean celebrate the success the UNH community inspired in 2018.
  • A Roaring Good Time

    A Roaring Good Time

    Get a taste of all the fun at the latest student-created dining series entitled The 18th Amendment: A Roaring Good Time.
  • Stream in Puerto Rico

    Hurricane Double-Shot

    UNH research finds Hurricanes Irma, Maria had lasting impact on Puerto Rico's streams.
  • Autumn Aerials

    Autumn Aerials

    Look back at the fall of 2018 and all the beauty of the Durham campus.
  • Thompson Hall

    Faculty and Staff Email Migrating to Exchange Online

    UNH IT is in the process of migrating all UNH faculty and staff email mailboxes to Exchange Online.
  • The Heart of Ideas

    The Heart of Ideas

    The ECenter is the heart of ideas, innovation and entrepreneurship at UNH.
  • THe UNH campus in fall

    Spreading More Light and Kindness

    As the nation mourns the loss of innocent lives in recent shootings, UNH reaffirms its commitment to peace, tolerance and respect.
  • Overhead view of aquaculture pen in ocean

    $1.4M for Aquaculture

    New Hampshire Sea Grant will receive $1.4 million from NOAA Sea Grant to expand aquaculture research in New Hampshire.
  • Presidential Remarks

    Presidential Remarks

    James W. Dean Jr., UNH's 20th president, speaks at his installation ceremony on Friday, Oct. 12.
  • Advanced Engineering

    Advanced Engineering

    Michael Locke ’18 is going on to great things. 
  • Goal: Sustainable Food

    Goal: Sustainable Food

    A new aquaponic greenhouse aims to provide a model to increase sustainable food production.
  • Angel Investors

    Angel Investors

    Students as angel investors? It doesn't get much more real-world than that.
  • President Dean Welcomes Campus Community

    President Dean Welcomes Campus Community

    A video message to faculty, staff, students and parents marking the start of a new academic year.  
  • Over in a Flash

    Over in a Flash

    The first day of classes, captured on video. 
  • Descending on Durham

    Descending on Durham

    The Class of 2022 moved into Wildcat Country on Friday, Aug. 24.
  • Sustainable U.

    Sustainable U.

    It’s a lot more than just being green. UNH students describe what it’s like to attend one of the most sustainable universities in the United States.
  • UNH Second Coolest School in the Country

    UNH Second Coolest School in the Country

    The Sierra Club has ranked UNH second on its list of "Cool Schools." 
  • Advice for Incoming Wildcats

    Advice for Incoming Wildcats

    Before they graduated, members of the UNH Class of 2018 offered some advice for members of the Class of 2022.
  • Change Agent

    Change Agent

    Many students enter college with a desire to make the world a better place. Philosophy grad Eden Suoth ’18 is actually doing it. 
  • Planner Extraordinaire

    Planner Extraordinaire

    Hospitality management graduate Heather Price ’18 explored every speciality before landing on her favorite.
  • Born Leader

    Born Leader

    Abigail Lehner ’18 credits UNH with helping her develop leadership skills, but we suspect she was born a leader. 
  • Insured for Success

    Insured for Success

    Quinn Connelly's new gig will take him only an hour from campus but light years into a great business career.
  • Stage to Stage

    Stage to Stage

    A Real Employment and Career Help scholarship, funded by Ellis Woodward ’74, helped Liam Tanner '18 reach the Florida Studio Theatre.
  • Fit for the Farm

    Fit for the Farm

    Dan Birnstihl '18 spent a lot of time in the UNH greenhouses as a student, and it seems he just couldn’t get enough. 
  •  Socializer


    Sriyaa Shah was one of the voices behind UNH’s social media engine, and she says that experience helped her land a job.
  • UNH graduate Jessica Nadeau '18 and UNH faculty members during ceremony


    Three weeks after commencement, Jessica Nadeau '18 finally got to turn her tassel. 
  • Just What the Doctor Ordered

    Just What the Doctor Ordered

    Volunteering as an EMT solidified Adam Huynh’s medical school goals.
  • Off to Boston

    Off to Boston

    Wildcats take care of Wildcats, and Alexys Gilcreast’s college-to-career story is a testament to that.
  • A robot at work in UNH's John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center

    Making Tomorrow’s Makers

    UNH's John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center will help train the skilled workforce of tomorrow.
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston during Homecoming parade 2017

    Ready for What's Next

    Mark Huddleston, the University of New Hampshire's longest-serving president, prepares to step down.
  • Missing U.

    Missing U.

    Before they left, graduating seniors from the Class of 2018 told us what they’ll miss most about UNH.   
  • UNH graduates at commencement 2018

    Highlights from Commencement 2018

    Video highlights from the class of 2018's big day
  • Linda and Craig Rydin

    Helping Hometown Grads

    Berlin, New Hampshire, natives Craig and Linda Labnon Rydin '71 attended UNH and are helping others from that North Country town come here.
  • UNH alumnus Matt Saunders ’92, ’05 JD, meets with associates Becky Lessard and Seth Walters in their Amesbury offices

    Promoting an IP Powerhouse

    Law-school friends and business partners Aaron Silverstein ’04 JD, MIP and Matt Saunders ’92, ’05 JD support UNH students studying trademark and copyright law.
  • UNH student volunteers cleaning up College Woods on Durham campus

    Wildcats Give Back

    Year-end service event will celebrate community, Wildcat spirit.
  • Students in the brewery at UNH

    Next Gen Brewers

    Things are brewing at UNH. Take a peek inside one of the newest laboratories.
  • UNH's Michael Palace working on research in the field

    Where Science and Music Meet

    Michael Palace may first be known as an environmental scientist and researcher, but he has also released 20-plus albums.
  • Students at work in UNH's Brewing Science Laboratory

    UNH To Host Beer Lecture Series During NH Craft Beer Week

    UNH invites the public to learn about beer’s significant social, cultural, economic and environmental contributions.
  • UNH campus with snow, aerial photo

    Task Force Update

    A note from the associate vice president for community, equity and diversity.
  • UNH School of Law in Concord, NH

    UNH Law Earns National Recognition

    UNH Law ranked sixth in the nation for IP expertise, 85th overall.
  • Apple blossom with UNH campus building in the background

    Nominate Staff for Presidential Award of Excellence

    The nomination deadline is Friday, March 30.
  • UNH STEMbassadors in a New Hampshire grade school classroom

    A STEM Milestone Worth Marking

    UNH STEMbassadors have reached 13,000 Granite State schoolchildren with hands-on activities, and they show no signs of slowing down. 
  • Jill Howard

    Bright Lights, Bright Future

    Jill Howard '19 left for a semester and returned with a different worldview. 
  • UNH professor Pete Pekins in a meadow

    Tracking Moose

    Pete Pekins is leading a study on the dwindling moose population and the rise of the winter tick.
  • UNH students in Boston

    Semester in the City

    UNH students spend a semester living, learning and working in the city of Boston.
  • UNH students skating on the Mill Pond

    On the Pond

    February is made for pond hockey, and Wildcats took full advantage of the thick ice on the Mill Pond one recent sunny day. 
Communications and Public Affairs

Scott Ripley is the senior multimedia producer