UNH Magazine Fall 2017

Blue and white and green all over: It’s the sustainability issue, with additional feature stories about a special professor/alumni friendship and CELEBRATE 150: The Campaign for UNH
  • abstract sustainability illustration of leaves, eyes, bugs and part of an institution

    Blue and White and Green All Over

    Take a walk through campus and it’s easy to get lost in UNH’s natural beauty. Tree-lined sidewalks border burbling streams and wander over gently... Read More
  • an illustration of corn plants growing out of the earth and a plate of food

    Farm to Future

    Exploring the link between food and sustainability. Read More
  • illustration of trees, people, a rainbow, buildings, rain, clouds, and technology on top of a globe with eyes

    New Angles on Old Problems

    Prof. Tom Haines examines questions about our present industrial world and a sustainable future in “Walking to the Sun.” Read More
  • illustration of buildings against a green circular background

    A Carbon-Neutral Future

    Ask Cameron Wake to describe UNH’s response to reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE) and one word comes to mind: aggressive. WildCAP, the... Read More
  • UNH student Kathryn Bennett ’18

    Starting Somewhere

    For Kathryn Bennett ’18, a student in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, an interest in sustainability began at a young age. “I have... Read More
  • illustration of a person presenting research

    People Power

    Former UNH provost John Aber is a world-renowned expert in natural resources and the environment who today concentrates most of his research in the... Read More
  • an illustration of two men tying a bandage on a third man's head

    Gifts

    Fast cars, fancy suits and a friendship that gave one professor a new lease on life Read More
  • collage of images from UNH's 150th anniversary celebrations across the U.S.

    Celebrating 150

    CELEBRATE 150: The Campaign for UNH is looking to finish strong as it heads into the second and final year of its public phase. At the campaign... Read More
  • Kristin Duisberg visiting some cows at the UNH organic dairy

    In This Issue...

    When I started working at UNH in October 2008, there were two high-profile topics I recall as taking up many staff writers’ time. One was the... Read More
  • UNH's Flow Physics Facility Wind Tunnel

    Win(d)-Win Proposition

    Nike’s “Breaking2” running project tapped UNH’s Flow Physics Facility. Read More

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