Tracey Bentley

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  • veterans conversing

    UNH Marks Veterans Day

    UNH marked Veterans Day 2014 with events, ceremonies and community service on campus and in local communities.  
  • David Olsen receiving Patriots award

    Former UNH Prof. David Olsen Receives Patriot Award from NHESGR

    Former UNH professor of natural resources David P. Olsen (center), with his former graduate student Lee Alexander (right) and NHESGR's John Pappas.
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    Oath Takers: UNH Nursing Students Vow to Provide Compassionate Care

    On the journey to become a nurse, there’s a new rite of passage. This past Friday, 70 sophomore nursing students were cloaked and pinned before their faculty and families during the inaugural “white...
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    UNH Dining Services Receives N.H. Employment Leadership Award

    Jon Plodzik (fourth from left), director of UNH Dining Services, accepted the 2014 NH Employment Leadership Award last week at a ceremony in Manchester. (Courtesy photo) UNH Dining Services has added...
  • wildcat fans preparing for football game

    How to Prepare for a UNH Football Game in 10 Easy Steps

    The fine residents of Stoke Hall are devoted Wildcat fans who dabble in disguise and deliver good humor wherever they go. On a recent game day, they gave us exclusive access to a little corner of...
  • 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.
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    UNH Welcomes New Clinical, Research and Extension Faculty

      The university welcomes 14 new clinical, research and Extension faculty to the community. College of Liberal Arts Betsy Humphreys, Research Assistant Professor, Education Michael Leese,...
  • Women's Crew team rowing in the morning

    Early Risers

    It’s 7:30 at UNH. A student is lacing up for a jog. Another is taking the first sips of his French roast. Still another is just waking, peeling her face from the textbook on which she nodded off the...
  • students in marine biology class

    Seeking Surface Data

    You might be surprised to find undergrads in a science class drawing and coloring, but that’s exactly what they were up to in a recent introduction to marine biology lab in the Spaulding Life...
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    UNH Welcomes New Lecturers

    Thirty new lecturers have taken their spots at the front of UNH classrooms. Below is a list of the new lecturers by college. College of Liberal Arts Carolyn Arcand, Political Science Brandie Bolduc,...
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    UNH Welcomes New Faculty Members

    First year students aren’t the only ones who began their UNH careers in September. Thirty-two new faculty members have joined the staff. Below is a list of the new members by college. College of...
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    Worth a Thousand Words

    Julianne Shimer ’15 spent her summer in Dublin, Ireland, analyzing the drawings of disadvantaged youth. She was there as a summer staff member in the Trinity College Nursing and Midwifery Department...
  • students at harvest dinner

    Food, Glorious (Local) Food

     If you skipped breakfast or lunch today, you are forewarned: this article will make your stomach rumble and your mouth water.
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  • Richard Whitney creating a painting

    Magical Realism

    As an art student at UNH, Richard Whitney ’68 would pay his Phi Kappa Alta brothers five dollars to sit for their portrait, and then he’d give them the finished painting when he was done. Today,...
  • donated suits from career closet

    A Closet for Career Seekers

    You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, but making a good impression can be expensive—especially if you’re a college student with a wardrobe that’s more jeans and t-shirts than...
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    UNH Hosts ACE Fellow Kerry Johnson

    The provost’s office welcomes Kerry Johnson to the University of New Hampshire for the 2014-2015 academic year. A professor and associate dean of the School of Liberal Arts at Merrimack College in...
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    “Pay and Display” Hourly Parking Pay Stations Installed at UNH

    New “Pay and Display” parking pay station kiosks have been installed on the University of New Hampshire’s Durham campus.
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    Welcome Back, Students: A Message from President Mark Huddleston

    Welcome back to UNH. I’m especially excited to greet UNH’s newest Wildcats, our largest first-year class ever. We’re glad you’re here and ready to start a year full of challenges and personal success.
  • doris kearns goodwin

    UNH Hosts World-Renowned Presidential Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin Sept. 29

    Pulitzer Prize-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin will speak as part of the Rutman Distinguished Lecture Series on the American Presidency at the University of New Hampshire Monday, Sept. 29, 2014,...
  • cyclists riding three notch century

    Why They Ride

     This coming weekend, intrepid cyclists will pedal through some of New Hampshire’s most scenic territory during the Three Notch Century, a ride to benefit Northeast Passage, the therapeutic...
  • students attedning university day events

    University Day is September 16

    Learn to juggle, join the Birding Club, meet a zombie or spread the word about your department or organization at University Day on September 16. The annual campus cookout and student activities fair...
  • swimmer in pool

    Outdoor Pool Update

    The University recently received a geotechnical report on the soil conditions in the area of the future outdoor pool that found a large portion of the site has very poor soil for construction. As a...
  • student studying carpenter bees

    A Bee on the Brink

    What’s going on inside your rose stems might surprise you. Open one up and you might find an insect, or two or three, in various stages of growth, nestled within the walls. The entire lifecycle of...
  • theatre students rehearsing at summer camp

    Scene on Campus

    Theatre and Dance Camps are in full swing at the Paul Creative Arts Center at UNH. Here are members of the Summer 2014 UNH Youth Professional STARS Company rehearsing for a production of L. Frank...
  • project smart students releasing science balloon

    Scientific Sojourn

    They found it at the edge of a Maine forest near a cornfield off a path called Potato Road. A distinctive orange hull, intact. Before it fell to the ground, it traveled along the jet stream for...
  • jamie nolan

    UNH Announces New Leader for Community, Equity and Diversity

    Jaime Nolan will become associate vice president for community, equity and diversity at the University of New Hampshire, effective Aug. 18, 2014. 
Tracey Bentley
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