Outdoor Education

Five outdoor ed and leadership students created a resource for educators to better engage their students in online learning

Digital Adventures

For five students studying outdoor education and leadership, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic gave them an opportunity to create a resource to help educators more effectively engage their students through online learning. Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH graduate Bill Cudmor on climbing wall
    - Climbing the Walls
    When UNH Today asked Bill Cudmore for a photo and interview for this series, he suggested meeting at UNH’s towering climbing wall inside New Hampshire Hall. Once we met him, it... Read More
  • Randy Pierce and Alyssa Ballestero with guidedog Autumn
    - Risk Takers
    UNH alumnus Randy Pierce (left) and guidedog Autumn and UNH alumna Alyssa Ballestero ’10 visited professor Brent Bell’s “Risk and the Human Experience” class recently. For Randy... Read More
  • Karen Colclough '99
    - In Memoriam—Karen Colclough '99
      On a mission to Nicaragua with her church and an organization that provides land for housing and cash-crop gardens to impoverished residents of Central America and Mexico,... Read More
  • tent pitching competition in central park
    - UNH Wildcats 1, New York Rangers 0
    Outdoor Education Professor Brent Bell (left) and park ranger in New York City's Central Park New York may be the city of superlatives – the most populous, the most expensive, the... Read More