Recent Stories

  • Murkland Hall
    - Introducing ... New Faculty
    One wrote a book about the funerals of AIDS victims in Swaziland. Another is researching an eighteenth-century French artist and his aesthetic relationship to Madame de Pompadour... Read More
  • Barbara Jago Receives Women's Commission 2016 Faculty Award
    - Barbara Jago Receives Women's Commission 2016 Faculty Award
    Barbara Jago, associate professor of communication arts and social science division chair, was recognized by the UNH President's Commission on the Status of Women with this year's... Read More
  • University of New Hampshire welcome sign
    - Communication Professor Publishes Book on Motherhood Business
    For the past eight years, the Souhegan High School Ethics Forum has taken the lead on organizing the statewide conference HYPE (Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts), founded by... Read More
  • Portsmouth filmmaker Michael Venn '96
    - Documenting the Problem
    This is the fifth article in our series exploring how UNH alumni, faculty and students are tackling the heroin and opioid epidemic that has hit New Hampshire and many other parts... Read More
  • 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
  • Communication Arts Goes High-Tech With Two New Options
    - Communication Arts Goes High-Tech With Two New Options
    Whether it’s creating their own website or recording a short video for class on their smartphones, today’s students are looking for ways to integrate technology into their studies... 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