UNH Magazine Winter 2020

The Magazine of the University of New Hampshire
  • Kristin Duisberg

    In This Issue...

    I first heard the name Andrew Lee in 2016, when I was added to a long email thread about the independent study he'd just completed in Paul College... Read More
  • Boston graphic

    People and Place and Need

    James Smugereski ’19 never planned on working for a nonprofit. He was a business major, with a focus in finance. He interned at one of the country’s... Read More
  • Driven to Cure

    Driving to a Cure

    LAST FALL, when medical tests revealed that Dawn Cockrum’s 8-year-old daughter, Lily, was at high risk for a rare disease called hereditary... Read More
  • Donna Lynne

    At the Top of Her Game

    We all have priorities and dreams, but it’s where these intersect that life lessons are forged. It took Donna Schleinkofer Lynne ’74 all of one... Read More
  • Insect library

    Special Collections

    One of UNH’s most vital libraries isn’t stocked with books and periodicals. Instead, it’s home to wings and antennae, pincers and stingers. And now,... Read More
  • CSDC

    A Major Investment In Minors

    IN DECEMBER, UNH’s College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) announced a new $26.8 million preschool development grant, funded by the U.S.... Read More
  • Marian McCord

    Poised to Take Great Leaps

    MARIAN MCCORD, UNH’s new senior vice provost for research, economic engagement and outreach, describes herself as a “firm supporter and fan of” the... Read More
  • Becky Sideman

    “I didn’t even know this kind of job existed”

    I GREW UP ON A FARM that was in my family for six or seven generations. My mom still runs it with my sister. Both my parents farmed; I’ve been... Read More
  • Seaweed/cow illustration

    Green Plate Special

    At UNH, SEAWEED has made itself useful as everything from a healthy platform for raising mussels and trout to a salty-sweet ingredient in a... Read More
  • Torso sketch

    Cold Case, Hot Science

    LONG BONES CAN HELP determine a skeleton’s age. Skulls yield information about age, gender and even race. But what’s a forensic scientist to do when... Read More
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