Scott Ripley

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  • UNH professor Diane Foster with students

    Stretching Their Sea Legs

    Diane Foster studies changes in the sea floor, grooming the next generation of ocean scientists on the way.
  • Two UNH ROTC students holding vigil at flag at Thompson Hall

    Veterans Day

    ROTC students hold vigil at the Thompson Hall flagpole in honor of Veterans Day. 
  • Andrew Boysen, UNH professor of music

    Something Special

    Professor of music Andrew Boysen received the 2017 Excellence in Research award at a recent ceremony.
  • aerial view of UNH's campus at sunrise

    Zero Dawn Thirty

    The UNH Today drone shows campus during the earliest daylight hours.
  • UNH campus autumn 2017

    Next PAT Council Meeting Is Nov. 1

    The PAT Council will hold its next meeting on Wed., Nov. 1.
  • UNH alumnus Dick Dewing '53 firing the cannon at UNH's homecoming football game

    The Roar of the Score

    The man behind the cannon at Wildcat Stadium is no ordinary fan. 
  • photo of Hamilton Smith Hall

    The Transformation of Hamilton Smith Hall

    Bridging history with 21st century learning.
  • UNH student in internship at Lonza Biologics

    Getting a Taste of Real-World Biotech

    UNH students try out their dream careers through internships.
  • UNH University Day

    University Day Delights

    Highlights from University Day 2017
  • Jacob Withee, bee whisperer

    Bee Bullies

    While a graduate student in zoology at UNH, Jacob Withee '16G studied the effects of aggression on the social behavior of Ceratina calcurata, commonly known as small carpenter bees.
  • Ecoline at UNH

    Getting Cooler

    Sierra Club, Princeton Review recognize UNH's commitment to sustainability.
  • The newly renovated Hamilton Smith Hall at the University of New Hampshire in Durham

    What’s Your Story?

    Share your memories for the Hamilton Smith Hall time capsule.
  • UNH student tracking moose in New Hampshire's northern woods

    Tracking a Troubled Icon

    The iconic moose is in decline. Here's what UNH researchers are doing about it. 
  • 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.
  • UNH president Mark W. Huddleston talking to a student

    The Right Time To Transition

    In May, UNH President Mark W. Huddleston announced his plans to retire at the end of the 2017–18 academic year. When he steps down on June 30, 2018, it will be as the longest-serving president in the...
  • Students walking to class at the University of New Hampshire

    Back to Class

    Blue skies and sunshine made a great backdrop for the first day of classes.
  • Move-in Day 2017 at UNH

    Moving In

    What’s it look like when 3,000 new Wildcats move-in? Here’s a glimpse.
  • interior shot of stairwells in newly renovated Hamilton Smith Hall

    Its Former Glory, and Then Some

    After two years of work, the extensively renovated Hamilton Smith Hall opens its doors this fall (see inside). The $37 million overhaul to the iconic building included reconstruction of a soaring two...
  • a photo collage of different UNH 2017 graduates
  • UNH art history graduate Corinne Long '12 restoring a mural in Hamilton Smith Hall at UNH

    A Fine Restoration

    Conservationists, including art history graduate Corrine Long '12, are restoring WPA-era murals in Hamilton Smith Hall. 
  • Graduate students working in the Hubbard Genome Center at UNH

    Inside the Genome Center

    How did an oil spill impact a tiny organism in the Gulf of Mexcio? UNH graduate students are working to find out. 
  • Jane Stapleton

    Extraordinary Outreach

    UNH has been selected as one of four finalists for the 2017 C. Peter Magrath Community Engagement Scholarship Award.
  • Donor Impact: ECenter

    Donor Impact: ECenter

    UNH Today talks with Heather MacNeill about how donors help make the ECenter successful.  
  • For the Love of Lakes

    For the Love of Lakes

    UNH researchers and New Hampshire citizen scientists are monitoring the state's freshwater resources, and their work is making a big impact.
  • A graphic with the words "Preparing for the next step."

    Path to Wildcat Country

    A guide that charts your course from high school graduation to move-in day at UNH.
  • students foraging for seaweed

    Foraging For Seaweed

    Gabby Bradt, a fisheries specialist at UNH Cooperative Extension and N.H. Sea Grant, is getting the word out about the benefits of seaweed. Her popular hands-on workshops invite the community to the...
  • Students in the nursing simulation lab at UNH

    Building A Team

    Interprofessional course brings majors together.
  • UNH Class of 2017 graduates

    Wildcat Stadium Breaks Out in Song

    Class of 2017 graduates sing and their fans in the stands sing "This Little Light of Mine" at Wildcat Stadium during commencement 2017.
  • UNH graduates of the class of 2017

    Video Highlights

    More than 2,300 undergraduate and 448 graduate students — including 79 military veterans — representing 41 states and 30 foreign countries received degrees at commencement. 
  • UNH student Carrington Cazeau '17

    Career Minded

    Carrington Cazeau '17 has found his calling.
  • UNH PhD student Drummond Biles

    Winning at Brevity

    How do you describe years of research in lay terms and in just three minutes? UNH graduate students have the answer.
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston greeting students.

    Pitas with the President

    On a beautiful spring afternoon, UNH Dining's Pita Pit offered students lunch courtesy of President Mark Huddleston, who was on hand to greet them.
  • Madison Wood

    Engineering Climate Solutions

    Madison Wood ’19 wants to be part of the solutions to climate change issues. 
  • NH Senate President Chuck Morse and UNH President Mark Huddleston met with students and staff at Salem High School on March 27.

    Common Ground: Two Presidents, 300 High-School Students

    In Salem, the presidents of UNH and the New Hampshire Senate shared memories and offer hope for college access.
  • UNH student Eden Suoth

    Scholar, Leader, Volunteer

    Eden Suoth always imagined going to college in a city. Then he visited UNH.
  • Xena, the SynDaver, at UNH

    Flesh and Blood

    Meet Xena, the synthetic cadaver who entered lab classrooms earlier this semester. Her guts, arteries, organs, blood flow and real-feeling flesh give the anatomy and physiology students who work with...
  • Hannah Johnson

    1866: A Very Good Year, A Very Good Beer

    Smuttynose Brewing Company and the University of New Hampshire have partnered to brew a session ale to celebrate UNH’s 150th anniversary.
  • unh wildcat statue

    Professional Development Opportunity for Operating Staff

    Registration is open for "Picture Your Success."
  • Matt Griswold '18 works at the UNH Makerspace in the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center or ECenter.

    Passport to Cash

    Three UNH students will get a jump on the biggest issue facing many college graduates today even before they don their caps and gowns.
  • Students moving into dorms

    A Snapshot of Fall at UNH

    University Day and Homecoming helped usher in the fall semester. Here’s a look at just some of what went on around campus.
  • Holiday Cheer

    Holiday Cheer

    Glad tidings and all good things in the New Year    
  • 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.
  • UNH students marching in the Homecoming parade


    Gray skies and chilly temps couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the UNH students who marched in the annual Homecoming parade — or the many community members who lined Main Street to watch. Joined by...
  • UNH/Northeast Passage sled hockey player

    Suiting Up for Sled Hockey

    “Having Northeast Passage on campus is really like a dream come true.” Student-athlete Dan Santos '17 talks about his time at UNH and playing on Northeast Passage's sled hockey team.      
  • UNH's Wildcat statue in winter

    When the Weather Outside Turns Frightful

    Review the policies and procedures for curtailed operations in Durham.
  • President Barack Obama at UNH, November 2016

    Election Season Closes with Visit from None Other than the POTUS

    At 8 a.m. Monday, thousands of students and community members were already bundled, caffeinated and waiting outside the Whittemore Center in hopes of hearing from President Barack Obama.
  • Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in the UNH Field House

    Looking Back on a Busy Election Season

    It’s been a busy year, with several presidential candidates visiting UNH. Here, we take a look back at some of the action. 
  • Three UNH students pose in front of the Wildcat statue.

    Big Cat on Campus Turns 10

    The Wildcat Statue turns 10 years old this fall.
  • UNH marching band at Hear Us Roar event

    UNH Kicks Off 150th Anniversary

    It was a roaring good time in the Whitt Friday night. Here are the highlights.
  • Kids outside at the CDSC

    Teaching the Teachers

    Learning looks like child’s play at the Child Study and Development Center    
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Scott Ripley is the senior multimedia producer