Scott Ripley

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  • It's Time For The (603) Challenge

    It's Time For The (603) Challenge

    The (603) Challenge is back and bigger than it’s ever been – so make sure you don’t miss the excitement April 8 through April 12.
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    Federal Funding

    UNH is set to receive nearly $5.5 million in federal funding to support research, education, and energy resilience in the region.
  • Ensemble Showcases African Drum and Dance

    Ensemble Showcases African Drum and Dance

    The Akwaaba Traditional African Drum and Dance Ensemble performed a routine in the MUB Granite State Room on Friday, Feb. 18 as part of UNH's 2022 celebration of Black History Month. 
  • A Groundbreaking Achievement

    A Groundbreaking Achievement

    Abrita Kuthumi ’21, the first Marshall Scholar in UNH's history, discusses the path she took to arrive at UNH and ultimately earn the prestigious distinction.
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    Hope is a Discipline

    Campus mural brings a splash of color and hope for social justice.
  • Off and Running

    Off and Running

    Many of the things Nathaniel Hunt ’22 learned as a philosophy major proved beneficial when he conceived a business idea, and his partnership with the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center helped take...
  • Aerial photo of Oyster River in snow

    Predicting Future Floods

    New UNH research updates snowmelt flooding models for a changing climate, helping protect vulnerable infrastructure and water resources.
  • A Season to Remember

    A Season to Remember

    The UNH men's soccer team established a team record for wins in a season this fall and reached the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament for just the second time in program history. Go behind the...
  • A Healthy Partnership

    A Healthy Partnership

    Calling it a successful model for how the state can invest in solutions to address challenges in the Granite State, Gov. Chris Sununu and others cut the ribbon for the grand opening of the University...
  • Building an Idea into a Business

    Building an Idea into a Business

    Joel Nkounkou ’18 turned an idea into a new business venture with the help of UNH's Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center, and he now proudly calls several of his former classmates and teammates his...
  • In Living Color

    In Living Color

    Fall is always one of the most beautiful times of year to experience life on campus at the University of New Hampshire.
  • Discovering What's Possible

    Discovering What's Possible

    As he noted in his commencement address to the class of 2011, it took David Cote ’76 six years to earn his degree at UNH. Indeed, the New Hampshire native’s path wasn’t always a straight line, but he...
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    Record Funding

    UNH researchers brought in $260 million in competitive funding in FY21 for projects that improve life in New Hampshire and beyond.
  • The Tradition Continues

    The Tradition Continues

    After a pair of weather-related postponements, UNH hosted its annual University Day (Uday) celebration on Sept. 22, welcoming students, staff and faculty to Main Street to celebrate the start of the...
  • Championing Progress

    Championing Progress

    The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has recognized the work of UNH’s Career and Professional Success (CaPS) office on the Diversity and Inclusion Employer Champion Program,...
  • Sustainable Recognition

    Sustainable Recognition

    UNH was once again selected to The Princeton Review’s Green College Honor Roll for 2022, marking the 14th consecutive year that the university has achieved such status.
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    Sustainably Cool

    The University of New Hampshire has once again been recognized for its sustainability efforts by the Sierra Club, which ranked UNH ninth among the “Top 20 Coolest Schools of 2021.”
  • Researcher strides across ditch in salt marsh carrying square trancept

    Marsh March

    Research in salt marshes in Rowley, Mass., explores solutions to long-ago created ditches, which increase flooding from sea level rise.
  • Students march during Become the Roar.

    Become the Roar

    The University of New Hampshire welcomed members of the 2021 incoming class for several one-day, in-person orientation sessions last month, ending each day with UNH's own Become the Roar tradition.
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    One Step Closer

    Her own experiences as a patient are inspiring Lauren Schoeller ’21 to pursue a career as an orthopedic surgeon.
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    Parking, Dining, ID Merger Eases Access

    The new Campus Services Office will help students, faculty and staff with UNH meal plans, ID cards and parking options.
  • Commitment to Education Defined
  • Good Beer, Good Jobs

    Good Beer, Good Jobs

    Timothy Fischer ’20 is the assistant brewer for Border X Brewing in Bell, California. Brooklyn Zielie ’21 works for Anheuser-Busch in Merrimack, New Hampshire, as a quality analyst running lab tests...
  • Challenged to Meet the Challenges

    Challenged to Meet the Challenges

    Grace Roy ’22 started mapping her future when she was in middle school, a future that aims to see people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol get the help, and respect, they deserve.
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    Racism In Science

    There is data that supports the racism that’s at play when more Black people than white are stopped while driving. Or denied housing in an area despite the fact that redlining became illegal in 1968...
  • Life Goes On

    Life Goes On

    Take a look at what UNH students, faculty and staff have been doing since COVID changed everything a year ago.
  • Part Of The Solution

    Part Of The Solution

    In summer 2020, UNH completed its own state-of-the-art COVID-19 test lab in the span of 100 days. All UNH students are tested twice a week, as well as faculty and staff and members of the community,...
  • From Implants to Tissue Engineering

    From Implants to Tissue Engineering

    NH BioMade aims to improve human health — think hip implants, tissue engineering, organ growing — by advancing the state’s rapidly growing biomaterials industry.
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    Excellence in Citations

    Forty-one current and emeritus UNH researchers are among the world's 100,000 most cited, according to a new study.
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    Challenge Met

    Heeding the advice judges offered during the 2019 Social Venture Innovation Challenge helped a team committed to recycling garner three awards in this year’s event, an affirmation that their idea is...
  • UNH Strives for Safety

    UNH Strives for Safety

    UNH is testing students for the coronavirus in a newly created cutting-edge laboratory located on the Durham campus using self-swabbing home kits developed at UNH.
  • A Day in the Life

    A Day in the Life

    See how everyone can stay safe and healthy during a typical day on campus.
  • Come Together

    Come Together

    Help keep each other safe – and UNH open. Spread unity not COVID. It’s simple. Painless. Necessary. For all of us.
  • Voices of Wildcats: Olivia Dube '20

    Voices of Wildcats: Olivia Dube '20

    UNH ocean engineering student Olivia Dube '20 worked on a research project that looked at coastal erosion in Seabrook, New Hampshire.
  • UNH Celebrates the Class of 2020
  • Spaulding Hall Topping Off Ceremony

    Spaulding Hall Topping Off Ceremony

    The last piece of steel in the expansion to Spaulding Hall was recently set in place. The 47,500 square-foot addition, started in June 2019, is set to be completed in the summer of 2021.
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    COVID-19: Webinar Series

    Coronavirus. COVID-19. Pandemic. Within a matter of months, these words have become part of our daily vocabulary. And they prompt so many questions.
  • You Are Always on Our Minds
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    UNH Honors Earth Day

    Every year on April 22, UNH joins people and organizations around the world to celebrate Earth Day. This feels more meaningful as the urgency of action to address the climate crisis becomes more...
  • Promoting a Right Not a Privilege

    Promoting a Right Not a Privilege

    In her application to become a 2020 Truman Scholar, Abrita Kuthumi ’21 proposed an idea that would provide educational resources for the lowest caste group in Nepal. She mapped out a plan offering...
  • Printing Protection

    Printing Protection

    UNH's 3D printers are contributing to the COVID-19 effort by printing parts for medical face shields. Photo by Heather MacNeill.
  • UNH President Jim Dean's Message on COVID-19
  • President Dean Goes Back to School

    President Dean Goes Back to School

    As part of President James Dean's Embrace NH initiative, he has been traveling around the state visiting high schools.
  • Sing We Joyous, All Together

    Sing We Joyous, All Together

    From our hospitality and facilities teams to our researchers, scholars, artists and innovators, our Wildcat family celebrates the success and pride UNH inspired in 2019.
  • Fall at UNH: No Better View

    Fall at UNH: No Better View

    "Another fall, another turned page..." (Wallace Stegner)
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    Challenge Invite to UNH Community: Dive In and Deliver

    Have a great idea for integrating diversity and inclusion into the UNH community? You could earn $2,500 to support your project, with the potential for an additional $2,500 in matching funds.
  • Ariel view of Boulder Field on Homecoming Weekend

    Welcome Home

    Wildcats from across the years came home to UNH on a beautiful fall weekend to celebrate with friends old and new.
  • 1866 Brew Salutes UNH Founding

    1866 Brew Salutes UNH Founding

    UNH has partnered with Tuckerman Brewing Company to brew a tavern ale that supports the university’s brewing science lab and UNH's founding.
  • Teaching Rock Climbing to Make Better People

    Teaching Rock Climbing to Make Better People

    UNH researchers have found that outdoor behavioral health care, or wilderness therapy, is not only more effective than more traditional treatments but it's cheaper.
  • U Day Celebrates New Year

    U Day Celebrates New Year

    University Day marks the beginning of the new academic year, introducing new students to the UNH community while giving returning students the chance to reconnect.
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Scott Ripley is the senior multimedia producer