Tracey Bentley

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  • collaged image of UNH's new faculty 2017

    UNH Welcomes New Faculty

    From pastries to pi, new professors, lecturers, researchers and specialists bring diverse talents.
  • a photo collage of different UNH 2017 graduates
  • UNH graduate Rachel Sabol '17

    Bio Brain

    When you talk with Rachel Sabol ’17 about her scholarly work, it’s as if she’s been in bioresearch for years.
  • Meg Hauschildt, UNH graduate

    Exercising Her Mind

    Margarethe “Meg” Hauschildt '17 is on her way to a career in healthcare. But first, a stop in New York. Hauschildt will enter the doctoral program in physical therapy at Columbia University this fall.
  • UNH graduate Kelsey Ulaskiewicz ’17

    You’re Hired

    Kelsey Ulaskiewicz ’17 was a junior when she stood before 50 of her peers in the Atkins Investment Group and, for 90 minutes, tried to convince them that Eaton Vance Mutual Funds would be a...
  • UNH student Kayla Goodwin

    Out in Front

    Since 2001, April has been designated as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Long before then, however, UNH was already getting out in front as a leader among college campuses in its work to prevent...
  • Students from UNH, Keene and Plymouth acting in Oedipus

    Get to the Greek

    Students from UNH, Keene and Plymouth will bring some of the Greek’s finest characters to life this weekend in Durham.
  • UNH graduate student and faculty member

    Crunching Data for Driver Safety

    Graduate student Christopher Rogers ’17G and other student interns are using Lean Six Sigma principles to help make roadways safer.
  • Members of the UNH Wind Symphony

    A Little Night Music

    Editor's note: After this article was published, the Wind Symphony premiered "Old Ben's Farm" at the Whittemore Center Arena before a full crowd assembled to usher in UNH's 150th year on Sept. 30....
  • UNH graduate Connor Roelke in his nitro cold brew coffee shop

    This Brew’s For You

    What keeps you up at night? Job stress? Curfew breakers? For Connor Roelke '15, it’s coffee.
  • UNH graduate Christopher Healy '16

    Targeting Treatments

    So much for senioritis. Christopher Healy ’16 didn’t have time to let it creep into his final year at UNH.
  • UNH graduate Bill Cudmor on climbing wall

    Climbing the Walls

    When UNH Today asked Bill Cudmore for a photo and interview for this series, he suggested meeting at UNH’s towering climbing wall inside New Hampshire Hall. Once we met him, it became clear why.
  • Haylee Colannino '17

    Ace of Cakes

    Earlier this month, several undergraduates were recognized at the 2016 Student Awards Presentation. Haylee Colannino '17 was called out for her carrot cake. OK, not only for her carrot cake. Actually...
  • Alyssa Kelly

    Poised for the Profession

    Alyssa KelleyAlyssa Kelley has a piece of advice for incoming freshmen: Get involved early. That’s what she did, and it has paid dividends.
  • UNH professor Meghan Howey
  • UNH archaeology students
  • COLSA URC presenter
  • The COLSA Undergraduate Research Conference at UNH

    Inquiring Minds

    At 7:45 on Saturday morning, while most of us were sipping our first mug of coffee, dozens of students from the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA) were in the lounge outside the MUB...
  • Ted Eynon

    Making Meier Skis

    Ted Eynon ’85 is the co-owner of one of North America’s fastest-growing craft ski companies.
  • Undergraduate Research Conference event at UNH's Paul College of Business and Economics

    Entrepreneurs Everywhere

    Autonomous maritime vessels. Teeth whitening strips that include a nicotine cessation aid. A school bus tracking app. The students behind these and other business ideas came together under a white...
  • UNH graduate student

    Graduate Research Conference Gets Underway Monday

    The Graduate Research Conference takes place April 11-12, at various locations.
  • Andrew Phinney '14 in Nepal as Peace Corps volunteer

    The Right Place, the Right Time

     The Arghakhanchi District of Nepal is a mountainous region west of Kathmandu that is covered with fields of corn and rice as well as lush, forested valleys.
  • Conversations at the Crossroads discussion

    A Community Speaks

    Jaime Nolan likes good conversation. In her role as associate vice president for community, equity and diversity, she converses a lot, and with many different people. And, like any good...
  • Elizabeth Girard '16 with presidential candidate Ben Carson at UNH

    Talking Politics

    Elizabeth Girard '16 is a proud Republican from a family of Republicans, but even many who know her didn’t realize this until recently.
  • UNH architect Doug Bencks

    Top Honor for UNH Architect

    Douglas Bencks, university architect and director of campus planning, has been elevated to The College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects — a top honor for anyone in the field, but...
  • Neil Vroman at UNH commencement

    A Gifted Administrator, A Very Good Man

    For three decades, as professor and associate dean, Neil Vroman brought his encouraging voice to students in the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) and across campus. There has been a hole...
  • Robbie Dudzisz '17

    Beasts of the East

    The weekend before Thanksgiving, the Northeast Passage rugby team traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to compete in Beast of the East, a major tournament for Division II quad rugby teams. Beast...
  • Emily Larson ’16

    Bluebird Days for Undergraduate Exercise Scientist

    Winter is here in the Northern Hemisphere, and the skiers among us eagerly await that first bluebird day, when the sun rises over freshly fallen snow and blue skies beckon. Emily Larson is surely one...
  • 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...
  • Andrew Jaccoma, founder of Sensible Spreader Technologies
  • Bradley and Shannon Calabro of Amano Mobile Grocery Stores

    Making Food Deserts History

    It’s coming up on a year since the annual Social Venture Innovation Challenge put hard cash into the hands of budding entrepreneurs, and we thought we'd check in with a couple of the winners to see...
  • UNH professor Nelson Barber

    Simmer, Stir, Lower Tailgate and Serve

    The leaves are beginning to change, footballs are flying  and you've begun wearing socks again: It must be tailgating season. Since food is the main attraction at most tailgates, UNH Today asked...
  • cardinal sculpture installation on UNH campus

    A Shock of Color

    He shocks us when he flies like a red verb over the snow.  —from “The Cardinal” by Henry Carlile 
  • University of New Hampshire campus and students

    What Does Community Mean to You?

    Here’s some homework: Think about what community means to you. Hint: There’s no right or wrong answer, but every answer will be important for a task force of campus community members who have been...
  • UNH professors Andy Smith and Dante Scala

    A Primary Primary

    Even if you weren’t born here, if you’ve stood in a long line outside town hall during the dismal month of March — perhaps in driving rain or blizzard conditions — to vote in the New Hampshire...
  • Eric Skyta '15 in the Great Hall at the UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics

    Selling Himself

    Eric Skyta says it was during his junior year that he really got hooked on the idea of a sales career. He took a course called Selling Yourself. “We learned how to present ourselves in the business...
  • Lisa Mahoney

    Strawberry Fields

    A Ph.D. program isn’t something one enters into lightly. It’s a big commitment — years, in fact. But for Lise Mahoney, once she began her strawberry research at UNH back in 2004, working toward that...
  • UNH graduate Abby Lamothe

    Accounting for Abby

    Sustainability matters to Abby Lamothe.
  • UNH graduate Ian Gagnon

    Alternative Energy

    Ian Gagnon
  • UNH career and internship fair

    You're Hired

    Eighty-six percent of college freshmen say a key reason for attending college is to land a better job. But in today’s competitive job market, landing a position requires more than a check in the “...
  • UNH graduate Brianne Kennedy

    Staged for Success

    Brianne Kennedy '15 carried a sunflower and a smartphone when she took the stage to sing the national anthem at UNH’s commencement earlier this month. She brought the smartphone because it stored her...
  • Construction Equipment on Site

    Under Construction

    That ringing in your ears is not imaginary. It’s the sound of construction taking place all across campus. Even before the last cars rolled out of Durham packed to the gills with remnants of dorm...
  • Gabriela Aguilera, UNH student and Fulbright fellow

    Four Alumnae Fetch Fulbrights

    Four University of New Hampshire alumnae have been offered Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants. Gabriela Aguilera ‘15, Jennifer Lindsay ‘14, Sonia Scherr ‘13G and Sasa Tang ’11 were among the 1,900...
  • group shot, winners UNH Holloway Competition
  • Studentd Dining at Holloway Commons

    More Awards for UNH Dining

    A member of the UNH Dining team carves up Roast Leg of Rex at the Toy Story Dinner. 
  • 2015 Commencement photos

    Commencement 2015

    Top left: A UNH graduate student is all smiles at the 145th Commencement in Durham; Bottom left: A UNH Manchester graduate; Right: Medal of Honor recipient and 2013 UNH Manchester graduate Ryan Pitts...
  • A Taste of a Future Career

    A Taste of a Future Career

    Each semester, students taking the advanced food and beverage management class at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics plan and execute a gourmet dining experience for the university...
  • Making Things Glow

    Making Things Glow

    Kira Rasmussen '17 and Jacqueline Sullivan '17 are waiting for the chemical mixture they’ve just heated to 105 degrees to cool. Their test tubes are snug in ice baths to speed the process. Rasmussen...
  • UNH alumni training for 2015 Boston Marathon

    More Wildcats in the Race

      Editor’s note: Since we published Sneakers to Asphalt, an article about UNH faculty, staff, students and alumni who are running Monday’s 119th Boston Marathon, we’ve heard from several other...
  • Student runner

    Sneakers to Asphalt

    UNH students, grads and faculty members will contribute to the chorus of footfalls on Monday during the 119th running of the Boston Marathon. We asked a handful of them why they are running. Hearing...
Tracey Bentley
Communications and Public Affairs