UNH Magazine Fall 2015

The Politics Issue, featuring the new Carsey School, alums in public service, and UNH faculty’s expert look at the NH primary
  • John H. Smith, President Mark Huddleston and David Finklehor

    An Evening of Distinction

    An internationally known UNH professor and a generous alumni benefactor recently received the University of New Hampshire’s most prestigious awards... Read More
  • University of New Hampshire

    Summer Successes

    Maybe it’s that new Watkins Student-Athlete Academic Excellence Center paying off. Over the summer, UNH claimed a shared first-place-finish for the... Read More
  • UNH gymnastics youth camp

    Wildcats in Training

    Photo: Tracy M. Sweet '92They line up for autographs, selfies and high fives after UNH games. They imitate the techniques of their favorite players... Read More
  • Karen Andreas '88, Jane Harrigan and David Olson '92

    A Quiver of Quill Awards

    When longtime former professor Jane Harrigan received the Yankee Quill Award in October for contributions to New England journalism, she joined a... Read More
  • University of New Hampshire

    Not Just the Heat, It’s the Humans

    When it comes to adapting to the changing environment of the Great Basin in the North American West, for small mammals, warming associated with... Read More
  • UNH assistant professor Iago Hale

    Fresh, Local … Kiwis?

    If Iago Hale has his way, in a few years you may be topping your breakfast cereal with a handful of fresh kiwiberries you bought at your local farmer... Read More
  • thunderstorm

    Into the Storm

    Being one of the world’s leading lightning experts is perilous business. For UNH’s Joseph Dwyer, it meant mistakenly flying a small plane into a... Read More
  • Thompson Hall

    A View from Above

    Cloudless skies and maple trees in full fall flame set the perfect stage for a sunrise video shoot over Durham in October. Early risers might have... Read More
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    UNH Magazine Fall 2015 Book Reviews

    Whippoorwill A New Hampshire teenager tries to save an abused dog Sixteen-year-old Clair Taylor lives in a house that has a junk-filled bathtub on... Read More
  • UNH students

    Better Jobs, Better Lives

    Well-employed. Engaged in their work. Thriving. A recent Gallup survey has confirmed what many in the UNH community have long suspected: UNH... Read More
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