Scott Ripley

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  • UNH graduate Sig Nigam '16

    Next Stop: The Rockies

    When Sid Nigam ’16 was leaving India to attend college in the United States, at the airport his mother told him: “Son, sometimes 10 seconds of courage is all it takes.”
  • UNH campus in winter
  • Video: Commencement 2016 Ceremony
  • UNH Commencement 2016
  • Richard Haass at UNH
  • Illustration of satellites circling the Earth

    Magnetic Reconnection

    On October 16, 2015, dozens of UNH scientists, space physics researchers, engineers and students made history.
  • Paige Balcom: A Student Success Story

    Paige Balcom: A Student Success Story

    The list of organizations Paige Balcom has volunteered her time with, public service projects she's started, high grades she's earned and scholarships and grants she's been awarded is long -- but not...
  • An illustration of the UNH fanny pack

    Fanny Packs Are Back

    Fanny pack. Belt pack. Buffalo pouch. Hip sack. By whichever name you call it, this 1980s trend in hands-free accessorizing is back with a vengeance. Just ask UNH’s newest alumni, the class of 2016...
  • UNH professor Meghan Howey

    Digging UNH

    Meghan Howey, associate professor of anthropology at UNH. Howey will become the James H. Hayes and Claire Short Hayes Professor of the Humanities in the fall 2016 semester. 
  • UNH archaeology students
  • 2016 URC infographic
  • helmetless tackling

    Game Changer

    Heads up! Eyes up! Step in, step in!
  • Steelhead trout

    Pier to Plate

    Steelhead trout grow within nets suspended from a UNH-designed raft.
  • Agriculture mural in Hamilton Smith Hall
  • Matt Kasabian '16, UNH Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting

    Creativity Exposed

    The Museum of Art was awash in creativity during Act I of the three-part Naked Arts event on Wednesday, where painters and thespians and writers and photographers revealed the creative processes...
  • CO2 in the Sea

    CO2 in the Sea

    Each year, tons of burning fossil fuel pumps greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide into the air and roughly 25 percent of that CO2 gets absorbed by the world’s oceans.
  • Ken Johnson, senior demographer at the UNH Carsey School for Public Policy

    Ken Johnson Named Carnegie Fellow

    Ken Johnson, professor of sociology and senior demographer at the Carsey School of Public Policy, is one of only 33 scholars from around the country to be named a 2016 Andrew Carnegie Fellow.
  • IOL video

    Student Tested, Company Approved

    The InterOperability Laboratory’s Plugfest event has UNH students testing products for such companies as Dell, Intel, Cisco and Samsung
  • UNH graduate student Michael Verney

    Keeping Up with the Indiana Joneses

    When most of us think about that favorite Hollywood adventurer, Indiana Jones, the antebellum United States isn’t one of the first things that comes to mind. Not so for UNH graduate student Michael...
  • Studetnts in the UNH Memorial Union Building during International Education Week

    A Global Connection

    In a continuing effort to bring UNH to the world and the world to UNH, the university has announced a centralized international programs office on campus, bringing together the Center for...
  • Occupational therapy students at UNH

    Trash to Technology

    In Therese Willkomm’s classroom, occupational therapy students are turning campaign signs into assistive technology, with great results.
  • UNH students in spin room during presidential candidates debate

    Best Assignment Ever?

    What’s it like to be here when presidential candidates come to campus for a nationally televised debate just before the New Hampshire primary? That’s what UNH Today asked journalism students and...
  • The Cutting Crew

    The Cutting Crew

    There's a new video board hanging over center ice at the Whittemore Center. Meet the talented crew that powers each game’s production, bringing fans live action, replays and, of course, stick man...
  • NH fishermen and UNH researchers at work harvesting steelhead trout

    Steelhead Trout Making a Splash

    Thanks to the work of researchers at N.H. Sea Grant and UNH Cooperative Extension, New Hampshire-raised steelhead trout are making a splash in restaurants and seafood markets across northern New...
  • UNH Research: Helmetless-Tackling Drills Significantly Reduce Head Impact

    UNH Research: Helmetless-Tackling Drills Significantly Reduce Head Impact

    The national debate around football-related head impacts, and their relationship to concussions and spinal injuries, continues to raise concern in the United States. Sparked by efforts to help make...
  • Robbie Dudzisz '17

    Beasts of the East

    The Northeast Passage rugby team traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to compete in Beast of the East.
  • Sweet Stuff

    Sweet Stuff

    With no thumbs, constructing a large building is tough. But Wild E. Cat pulled through with some help from his friends at UNH Conferences & Catering. Watch them build a gingerbread replica of...
  • From Durham to Dijon and Many Points Between

    From Durham to Dijon and Many Points Between

    Claire Malarte-Feldman, professor of French in the College of Liberal Arts and international children's literature researcher, received the 2015 Excellence in International Engagement award. Malarte-...
  • Attendees of UNH's Great Works luncheon

    Donors See the Benefits of Their Gifts

    Download and view all images from the event
  • Psych Success

    Psych Success

    Katie Edwards received the 2015 Outstanding Assistant Professor Award at the annual faculty excellence ceremony recently. Edwards is director of the Interpersonal Violence Research Laboratory in the...
  • Honoring a Mentor

    Honoring a Mentor

    Phil LadenLa ’59 memorializes his campus advisor’s compassion with a scholarship, allowing international students to flourish at UNH.
  • Get In the Flow

    Get In the Flow

    Step inside the UNH flow physics facility, the world’s largest boundary layer wind tunnel.  
  • University of New Hampshire

    Weigh In: Intercampus Conversation Begins November 3

    Here’s a chance to weigh in on what’s important to you. Earlier this year, a task force comprising students, faculty and administrators from all three UNH campuses began work on an aspirational...
  • UNH engineering students in Berlin, NH

    A Festival of STEM

    It’s not often hundreds of students and dozens of teachers willingly choose to attend school on a weekend. But that was the case on a sunny September Saturday when hundreds descended on North Country...
  • UNH exercise scientist Summer Cook

    Strong Muscles, Fleet Feet

    Exercise scientist Summer Cook
  • UNH engineering student and president of the UNH chapter of the National Society for Black Engineers Siddharth Nigam at Greenland Central School

    Spreading Their Passion for STEM

      The UNH chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers is on a mission to, among other ideals, promote its members’ involvement in the community. So when the nearby Greenland Central School...
  • Ruwa Majid-Pokorny in the classroom

    The Challenging Language and Captivating Culture of Arabic

      After a string of sentences in Arabic, Ruwa Majid-Pokorny stops speaking. "OK, tell me what I just said." There are a few quiet responses. She pauses to give a brief pep talk to the dozen or so...
  • Drummer at UNH Undergraduate Research Conference event

    Creativity Exposed

    Dominic Ryder '15 has been analyzing the work of Iannis Xenakis, the late Greek-French composer. He presented his research findings on Thursday at Naked Arts: Creativity Exposed, part of UNH's...
  • Global Communicator

    Global Communicator

    Sheila McNamee brings a global perspective to her work as professor of communication at UNH. Over the course of her career so far she has held visiting professor appointments in several foreign...
  • Bring a Boy to Ballet

    Bring a Boy to Ballet

    A recent ballet class included some special guests. Find out who they were and why they were there.
  • Building a Better Oil Spill Response

    Building a Better Oil Spill Response

    What happens to spilled oil on the bottom of a body of water? With a unique oil flume, UNH professor Nancy Kinner and undergraduates are working to find out. Their findings could improve oil spill...
  • Megaphone Megakindness

    Megaphone Megakindness

    Murkland courtyard was heavy with humanity on Wednesday as passersby doled out compliments and well-wishes during the Say Something Nice event, part of the Month of Believing at UNH.    
  • barry fussell teaching

    Teaching Excellence

     Barry Fussell received the 2014 Jean Brierley Award for Excellence in Teaching at the annual faculty excellence ceremony on Nov. 13. The award recognizes excellence in teaching over the course of a...
  • veterans conversing

    UNH Marks Veterans Day

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

    Northeast Passage Turns 25

    This year, Northeast Passage is celebrating 25 years of providing adaptive sports and therapeutic recreation services to individuals with disabilities in New England.  
  • Alicia Walsh with cheetah

    Wildcat Studies Big Cats

    Alicia Walsh ’15 did not need to learn the Oshiwambo dialects—the most widely spoken languages of Namibia—before heading to Africa this summer to study big cats at the Cheetah Conservation Fund.
  • Blackhawks in Boulder Field
  • 40 Years of Social Work
  • Saturday Night Lights

    Saturday Night Lights

    Illumination matters. Saturday evening’s football game versus Dartmouth will be the first under the new lights on Cowell Stadium.  
  • Learn What Happens in the University’s InterOperability Lab
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Scott Ripley is the senior multimedia producer