UNH Magazine Fall 2016

It’s UNH’s 150th anniversary! Celebrate with stories about Bob Morin ’63, Lori Robinson ’81 and 150 (more) remarkable Wildcats.
  • UNH 150th Anniversary photo collage

    One Hundred and Fifty Remarkable Wildcats

    One hundred and fifty years ago, on July 7, 1866, New Hampshire Governor Frederick Smyth signed an act creating the New Hampshire College of... Read More
  • Gen. Lori Robinson visiting Australian Air Force bases and units

    Becoming Lori Robinson

    Most people don’t make the cover of a magazine unless they’re a celebrity — an actor or a singer or a rock star, say. But then, define rock star. Read More
  • Robert Morin illustration

    The Mysterious Gifts of Robert Morin

    Robert “Bob” Morin '63 was quietly amassing a $4 million estate that he would leave to UNH after his death. Read More
  • Kristin Waterfield Duisberg with Wild E. Cat and Gnarlz at UNH's Thompson Hall

    In This Issue...

    For a non-alum, I’ve always prided myself on knowing UNH pretty well. My family moved to Durham when I was 18 months old, when my father took a job... Read More
  • UNH instrument used on NASA MMS satellite

    Magnetic Mysteries, Decoded

    A NASA rocket carrying instruments developed by scientists, engineers and students from UNH’s Space Science Center (SSC) has obtained the first-ever... Read More
  • Class of 2020 Infographic

    The Class of 2020: By the Numbers

    Emily and Nicholas are in the house. Here’s a look at the new freshman class. Read More
  • cow

    High Tech Holsteins

    It’s the middle of the night, and doctoral student Kayla Aragona has just received a text message on her cell phone from a cow in labor at the UNH ... Read More
  • Larry Mayer, director of the UNH School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering and the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping

    Faculty Kudos

    Talk about making a good impression on your new coworkers: in late April, marine acoustician Jennifer Miksis-Olds joined the School of Marine Science... Read More
  • Molly Jacobson ’17 collects bees as part of her 2016 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) project examining the biodiversity and conservation of native pollinators in southern New Hampshire

    Popular Pollinators

    The buzz about New Hampshire’s bee population isn’t all bad. This spring, assistant professor of biological sciences Sandra Rehan and USDA research... Read More
  • UNH women's soccer player

    Study, Win, Repeat

    For the second year in a row and the fourth time overall, UNH won the America East Academic Cup, a measure of student-athletes’ academic success... Read More
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