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
  • pink and red illustration of an invasive seaweed

    Red Alert

    Walk along a beach in New England, and chances are you’ll encounter piles of fine red seaweed washed up in drifts at the waterline. While it may look... Read More
  • Graduate student Erica Holm ’16 is one of several UNHers involved in a Hamel Center summer research project to evaluate bird communities in shrubbery that grows along power lines.


    EARLY BIRD: Graduate student Erica Holm ’16 is one of several UNHers involved in a Hamel Center summer research project to evaluate bird communities... Read More
  • UNH alumnus Bert Myer ’67 playing croquet

    King of the Court

    Bert Myer ’67 fell in love with croquet in 1958 at an annual Labor Day backyard croquet tournament in Marblehead, Massachusetts. The game looks... Read More
  • UNH student and runner Katie Litwinowich Meinelt ’03, ’04G crossing the finish line at the Boston Marathon

    Victory Lap

    Former Wildcat beat cancer and went on to run her 11th Boston Marathon. Read More
  • UNH alumna Kathy Stickney ’86 with running medals

    50 for 50

    Kathy Stickney ’86 had a goal: Run 26.2 miles in every one of the 50 states. Last October, she attained that goal, finishing the LOCO Marathon in... Read More
  • the USS Constitution

    Easter on Old Ironsides

    Just one year after graduation, Matt Drayton ’97 was already known for his commitment to others, receiving the 1998 Young Alumnus Achievement Award... Read More
  • UNH alumna Danielle Bauer ’14

    Army ROTC Cadet

    Danielle Bauer ’14 recently received the George C. Marshall Award, the highest honor an ROTC cadet can receive. Read More
  • UNH alumnus and Rangel fellow Aseebulla “Aseeb” Niazi ’15

    Meet UNH’s First Rangel Fellow

    Aseebulla “Aseeb” Niazi ’15 was recently awarded a 2017 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship. Funded by the U.S. Department of State... Read More
  • UNH alumna Lauren Percy '16 being crowned Miss New Hampshire

    Here She Comes, Miss New Hampshire

    Lauren Percy '16 was crowned Miss New Hampshire on April 29—something she has been working toward for several years. Percy, who is now a graduate... Read More
  • UNH alumnus Peter Julian Horne ’58, ’67G

    In Memoriam: Peter Julian Horne ’58, ’67G

    The great love of Peter Horne’s life was his wife Holly (Patterson) ’60, whom he met at UNH. On the day he died, Nov. 7, 2016, he wrote her a final... Read More
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