UNH Magazine Spring 2016

The all-new UNH Magazine, featuring UNHInnovation, helmetless football research and alumni in the beer biz
  • plowing man illustration

    Serendipity’s Springboard

    Illustration by Dave Wheeler
    Imagine this: It’s a Sunday night and you’re at home. You’ve whittled your to-do list down to... Read More
  • helmetless tackling

    Game Changer

    Heads up! Eyes up! Step in, step in! On a crisp fall afternoon, a dozen UNH football players in blue practice jerseys line up across from safeties... Read More
  • Stoneface Brewing Co.

    Crafting a Career Out of Beer

    In 1999, when Peter Beauregard ’00 won over a sullen coworker with one of his homebrewed six-packs, the thought occurred to him that he might have... Read More
  • Kristin Duisberg

    In This Issue...

    I don’t know if you noticed, but we’ve changed a couple things about UNH Magazine. There’s the new masthead, the new “Current” section, the newly... Read More
  • Steelhead trout

    Pier to Plate

    Steelhead trout grow within nets suspended from a UNH-designed raft.
    As the rapidly warming Gulf of Maine contributes to the... Read More
  • student working at the InterOperability Laboratory

    The IOL Makes Its Move

    Thirty-thousand feet of Ethernet cable and special anti-static carpeting. Hundreds of computers and 50-plus server racks. The UNH InterOperability... Read More
  • figures embracing illustration by Brian Stauffer

    Recognizing the Risks, Knowing the Resources

    Illustration by Brian Stauffer
    Imagine the entire student body of a small liberal arts college — 1,300 undergraduates — lost... Read More
  • UNH Law students

    Law Continues to Climb National Rankings

    The University of New Hampshire’s School of Law continues its climb up U.S. News and World Report’s list of top 100 law schools, released in March... Read More
  • Paul Fire Program students

    Catching FIRE at Paul College

    A group of FIRE students spent their spring break in Washington, D.C., where they met with alums in a variety of industries and saw the... Read More
  • UNH Manchester illustration

    A New Pathway to Manchester

    Pathways programs aren’t a new idea—for the past several years, UNH has had agreements in place with a number of New Hampshire community colleges to... Read More
  • University of New Hampshire

    New Appointments

    From left to right, photos by Valerie Lester, Sean Collins and Mike Ross
      In September, the University of Delaware’s... Read More
  • Drew Conroy with Rwandan colleague Aurore Ugirabe

    Fulbright Awards

    Conroy, at left, with Rwandan colleague Aurore Ugirabe (and a curious calf!). Conroy and Ugirabe visited dairy farms in northern Rwanda’s... Read More
  • Summer Cook with a student researcher and a local strength study participant

    Innovative Explorations

    Cook, at right, with a student researcher and a local strength study participant.
    Valentini Kalargyrou, associate professor... Read More
  • Alley Leach

    Beyond Carbon

    Is nitrogen the new carbon? It fertilizes crops that feed the world, but reactive nitrogen is also a pollutant that contributes to a cascade of... Read More
  • Illustration by Marc Rosenthal

    Another Look at Youth Group Abuse

    Illustration by Marc Rosenthal
    From the Boy Scouts of America to the Catholic Church, youth service organizations have come... Read More
  • summer reads illustration

    On the Bookshelf

    My Adventures with Your Money T.D. Thornton ’90, St. Martin’s Press Before there was Bernie Madoff or Lou Perlman there was George Graham Rice, the... Read More
  • John Olson '57

    A Place to Innovate the Manufacturing of Tomorrow

    Whelen Engineering president John Olson ’57 has always kept a low profile when it comes to his support of UNH. The benefactor behind one of the... Read More
  • UNH thermal vacuum chamber

    Noteworthy

    HOME COURT: For the second year in a row, the men’s basketball team hosted a first-round America East conference playoff game, delivering a 56-51... Read More
  • Elle Purrier ’17

    Catch Her If You Can

     
    In 2014, she led her team to victory in the America East cross country championship with a 5K first-place finish of 17:19... Read More
  • June Gong Chin '58

    The Reluctant Beauty Queen

    The first beauty pageant that June Gong Chin ’58 won earned her $500, a portable TV, a transistor radio and 25 pounds of Chinese sausage. Her title... Read More
  • Ted Eynon

    Making Meier Skis

    Gaze across the American West today and you’ll likely see the results of a two-decades long insult to the landscape: jagged gray forests of tree... Read More
  • Marion James '40

    In Memoriam: Marion James ’40

    Professor Marion James’s teaching specialty was the history of ancient Greece and Rome, but her scholarly interests spanned the centuries to modern... Read More
  • Ralph B. “Tim” Craig, Jr. ’54

    In Memoriam: Ralph B. “Tim” Craig, Jr. ’54

    Tim Craig’s degree in mechanical engineering served him well when he joined the Army after graduation and invented an innovative way to repair... Read More
  • Jonathan Fox Kellogg ’70

    In Memoriam: Jonathan Fox Kellogg ’70

    In the 25 years they spent together, Jon Kellogg and Tammalene Mitman ’77 lived in three New England states, each relocation starting in an... Read More
  • Agriculture mural in Hamilton Smith Hall

    Hidden Gems, Revealed

    Artist George Loyd’s mural, “Agriculture,” is one of two Depression-era Works Projects Administration wall paintings undergoing restoration as part... Read More
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