Tracey Bentley

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  • 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.
  • 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...
  • J. Morgan Rutman

    J. Morgan Rutman to Lead UNH Foundation Board

    The philanthropy of J. Morgan Rutman ’84 is benefitting students and faculty in diverse areas around the university—including the Shoals Marine Laboratory, a prestigious lecture series on the...
  • Harlan Spence

    Mr. Spence Goes to Washington

    UNH astrophysicist Harlan E. Spence was one of four panelists at a Capitol Hill briefing Tuesday, March 24, on “super storms” that can have profound effects on America's economy, public safety and...
  • Gareth Morgan with wife and son

    Ahead of the Game

    Gareth Morgan ’04 ’06G grew up in North Andover, Mass. He spent afternoons playing soccer with kids from the Puerto Rican and Dominican families who lived in the city and spent school vacations...
  • Making TNH

    Making TNH

    Twice a week it lands on a counter near you. It’s The New Hampshire, UNH’s student newspaper. Meet the journalists who log long hours to pull it together for publishing.
  • Ryan Pitts receiving medal of honor from President Obama

    Medal of Honor Recipient is 
2015 Commencement Speaker

    Ryan Pitts received the Medal of Honor at the White House on July 21, 2014. The ninth living recipient of the Medal of Honor for his combat actions in Afghanistan, former U.S. Army staff sergeant...
  • Paul College Building at night

    UNH Receives Two BOB Awards

    New Hampshire Business Review recently announced the winners of its 2015 Best of Business Awards (BOB), and the University of New Hampshire captured two.
  • UNh Law building

    UNH Law Continues Its Ranking Among the Top 100 Law Schools

    The University of New Hampshire School of Law is again ranked among the top 100 law schools in an annual survey by U.S. News and World Report. Additionally, for the 24th year in a row, UNH Law is a...
  • Ally Phillips

    Doyle Fellow Shines Light on Climate Adaptation Leaders

    Alexandra Philip '15 wrote a report about coastal community climate champions as part of her 2014 Doyle Fellowship.
  • Your Career is Her Business
  • satelites in space

    Space Quartet

    Ten years ago, UNH physics professor Roy Torbert knew that when the university’s Space Science Center (SSC) was awarded a very large role in NASA’s ambitious, four-spacecraft Magnetospheric...
  • Thompson Hall

    National Searches Underway, Search Committees Formed

    Two national searches are currently underway, one for the next provost and a new position of vice president for enrollment management. UNH President Mark Huddleston will chair the search for vice...
  • Six Legs and a Heart

    Six Legs and a Heart

    Allison McCully’s colleagues don’t invite her to meetings or greet her with a steaming cup of coffee. Instead, they might whinny or stomp their feet to welcome McCully, who is barn manager and an...
  • Kevin McAleese

    Reflecting on Four Years

    Each year since 2007, a handful of students have graduated from UNH a bit richer than anticipated due to the generosity of Dana Hamel, whose Hamel Scholarships Program distributes financial gifts to...
  • Peace Corps Volunteer Thomas Leary
  • Sophie Burke

    Have Funding, Will Travel: Ph.D. Student and Fulbright Fellow Trots the Globe in Pursuit of a Scientific Career

    Belmont, Mass. native Sophie Burke’s decision to come to UNH in September 2009 was pretty much a no-brainer. “I started my search looking for a small liberal arts college where I could major in...
  • Firebird 3 in space

    A Radiation Belt Twofer

    This illustration shows the FIREBIRD-II CubeSats in low-Earth orbit and the Van Allen Probes further out in the heart of the radiation belt region. (Background illustration courtesy of A. Kale,...
  • Student Groups Host Celebration to Welcome the Lunar New Year

    Student Groups Host Celebration to Welcome the Lunar New Year

    Last Friday, the United Asian Coalition, the Vietnamese Student Association and the Korean Cultural Club hosted a celebration of the Lunar New Year, where hundreds of students and community members...
  • Potter’s Public Service

    Potter’s Public Service

    Sharyn Potter has been involved in efforts to prevent sexual violence since she was a freshman in college. For the past decade, as associate professor in the UNH department of sociology, Potter has...
  • Justin Williams

    Pinpointing a Pint-Sized Pest From On High

    UNH graduate student Justin Williams inspects a hemlock branch. (Photo: Kristi Donahue, UNH/EOS) The hemlock woolly adelgid is the single greatest threat to hemlock health and sustainability in the...
  • don hadwin

    Father of Mathematics

    His teaching style? Spontaneous. His advising style? Fatherly. Professor of mathematics Don Hadwin received the 2014 Graduate Faculty Mentor Award from the University of New Hampshire. “He really...
  • Danielle Grogan

    A River Runs Through It: Ph.D. Candidate Studies the Hydrologic-Human Cycle

    UNH Ph.D. candidate Danielle Grogan's scientific career was cemented by her undergraduate research experience at Smith College, where she majored in mathematics and minored in geology. Her research...
  • Peace Corps volunteer with community kids

    Power to Peñas Blancas

    Peñas Blancas is a Costa Rican community of 2,000 people about three hours south of the capital San José. One paved road serves the town, which is known for its sugar cane. Most of the men work in...
  • Claire Treat

    Carbon Bomb with a Long Fuse: Ph.D. Student Makes Key Finding in the Climate Change Puzzle

    Claire Treat funded the bulk of her Ph.D. work by winning a graduate fellowship from the Department of Energy Office of Science for her proposal titled "Future of soil carbon in permafrost regions:...
  • Synchronized skating team on ice

    Skating in Synch

        While other students were connecting with friends and catching up on sleep during break, members of the UNH synchronized skating team were on campus, and on the ice. “The team comes back to...
  • Bringing Up Biologists

    Bringing Up Biologists

    David Townson says what excites him about research is new discoveries and the chance to witness something that hasn’t been reported before. Townson, a professor in the UNH Department of Molecular,...
  • Deborah Merrill-Sands

    Deborah Merrill-Sands Named Dean of Paul College

    Deborah Merrill-Sands will take over leadership of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire. Provost Lisa MacFarlane announced that Merrill-Sands, a...
  • Social Innovation winners - Mobile grocery

    The Innovators: Entrepreneurs Earn Top Honors, Seed Dollars in N.H. Social Venture Innovation Challenge

    Amano’s mobile store solution will bring goods to those who lack easy access to traditional grocery stores. L to R: Matt Puckett, CFO of Timberland; winners Shannon and Bradley Calabro, and Fiona...
  • Theatre Alumni in performance

    The Illuminators

    ShakesBEERience at The Press Room in Portsmouth, NH (Photo: Bushor Photography)
  • Student singers in Not Too Sharp

    Not Too Sharp To Make Network Television Debut

    File this under “not too shabby.” Not Too Sharp, UNH’s all-male a cappella group, will make its network television debut next week. The group went to Manhattan recently to record a two-song segment...
  • kate cart

    Cloudy With a Chance of Copepods

    Remember summer? While you pull on your winter boots and zip up your parka, allow us to take you back to the dog days, when Katherine Cart ’15 was in Walpole, Maine, studying some of the smallest...
  • Kate Cart and other members of UNH Engineers Without Borders in Peru

    Bio Without Borders

    Kate Cart (at left, holding dog) in Peru with other members of the UNH Engineers Without Borders
  • Diwali dancers

    Diwali in Durham

    Music, dance, vibrant colors and spicy food were all part of the recent Diwali celebration sponsored by the Indian Subcontinent Students’ Association at UNH. Diwali, India’s festival of lights, is...
  • Szu-Feng Chen
  • tractor

    Bringing the U. to You

     One hundred years ago, Babe Ruth took the mound for the Boston Red Sox, an American steamship became the first vessel to pass through the Panama Canal, and a gentleman named M. Gale Eastman began...
  • UNH Career Closet

    Pass on Your Power Suits

    Step into your closet. See anything you haven’t worn in the past year? There’s someone who needs your extra ties and too-tight dress shoes more than you do. And his or her career may depend on them.
  • chinese amassor with students

    Chinese Ambassador Visits Durham

    Ambassador Guoxiang Sun visited the Durham campus on Friday, Nov.14, along with Chinese trade and commerce delegates, as part of the New Hampshire-UNH-Sichuan Economic and Trade Forum. Sun is consul...
  • International Education Week
  • Tim Collins shaking hands with attendee

    Tim Collins '85 Tours Eponymously Named Career Center

    On Monday evening, Paul College dean Arnold Garron, Paul College director of career services Charlene Zerbinopoulos and several Paul students gathered in the new Collins Career and Resource Center to...
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