Recent Stories

  • Carolyn Riley
    - Semester in the City
    Starting in the fall of 2016, UNH will be the first university to partner with the College for Social Innovation in Boston to offer semester-long internships in the city. The... Read More
  • UNH alumna Erica Tamposi '14 making the film Extended Release
    - Art as a Weapon
    New Hampshire is dealing with a public health crisis of epic proportion. In 2014, 326 people died from drug overdoses, due in part to a spike in heroin and opioid use. The numbers... Read More
  • Global Communicator
    - Global Communicator
    Sheila McNamee brings a global perspective to her work as professor of communication at UNH. Over the course of her career so far she has held visiting professor appointments in... Read More
  • Mary Currie ’76
    - A View From the Bridge
    Mary Currie ’76 retired earlier this year, but she went out on top. For 22 years, Currie served as chief spokesperson for a single, celebrity client: San Francisco’s fabled Golden... Read More
  • emily quigley
    - Finding Her Perfect Balance
    From the ages of 14 to 18, Emily Quigley lived in the New Hampshire Foster Care System and was a resident for a while at the Dover Children’s Home in Dover, N.H. After earning a... Read More
  • nyomi guzman
    - There’s No Place Like Home
    When Nyomi Guzman ’14 listens to Nancy Pearce, a retired high school teacher, describe all the different birds she’s seen in her back yard in Stratham, N.H., she can’t help but... Read More
  • Lights, Camera, Olympics
    - Lights, Camera, Olympics
    In July, four-year lacrosse goalkeeper Kate Gunts will be heading for the London Olympics—not as a competitor, but as a production assistant for NBC Sports. To prepare, the... Read More