The Places They'll Go 2018

A look at where this year's graduates are headed
  • True Grit

    True Grit

    Lisa Arvidson graduated this past December, two-and-a-half decades after she took her first undergraduate class. Read More
  • Advanced Engineering

    Advanced Engineering

    Michael Locke ’18 is going on to great things.  Read More
  • Alyssa Ware ‘18

    Hands-on Human Development

    Alyssa Ware '18 helps children and adults with autism. Read More
  • Change Agent

    Change Agent

    Many students enter college with a desire to make the world a better place. Philosophy grad Eden Suoth ’18 is actually doing it.  Read More
  • Planner Extraordinaire

    Planner Extraordinaire

    Hospitality management graduate Heather Price ’18 explored every speciality before landing on her favorite. Read More
  • Born Leader

    Born Leader

    Abigail Lehner ’18 credits UNH with helping her develop leadership skills, but we suspect she was born a leader.  Read More
  • Natalie Stackhouse '18

    Falling in Love With Social Work

    Natalie Stackhouse wasn’t sure what to study when she first arrived at UNH. But it didn't take long to find her passion. Read More
  • Insured for Success

    Insured for Success

    Quinn Connelly's new gig will take him only an hour from campus but light years into a great business career. Read More
  • Stage to Stage

    Stage to Stage

    A Real Employment and Career Help scholarship, funded by Ellis Woodward ’74, helped Liam Tanner '18 reach the Florida Studio Theatre. Read More
  • Fit for the Farm

    Fit for the Farm

    Dan Birnstihl '18 spent a lot of time in the UNH greenhouses as a student, and it seems he just couldn’t get enough.  Read More
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