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  • flowers in front of UNH Manchester
    - Bioengineering Boon
    It sounds impossibly futuristic, but it’s actually the future: a new New Hampshire-based industry built around efforts to manufacture regenerative human tissue, and possibly even... Read More
  • Megan Carpenter, the new dean of UNH School of Law
    - Faculty News
    A nationally known expert in intellectual property with a focus in entrepreneurship and the arts has been selected as the next dean of the UNH School of Law. Megan Carpenter,... Read More
  • the basketball court at the new expanded Hamel Rec Center at UNH
    - Bigger and Better
    The expanded Hamel Rec center emphasizes fitness and wellbeing. Read More
  • a UNH women's basketball player
    - All in the Chemistry
    It was a record-setting season for the America East champs women’s basketball team. Read More
  • "Nicaragua and the Politics of Utopia" cover and spread
    - “Nicaragua and the Politics of Utopia,” “Horse Play!” and Other Books of Note
    Nicaragua and the Politics of Utopia Daniel Chavez, Vanderbilt University Press, Dec. 2015 Read More
  • UNH alumna Anne Sarkisian ’64
    - Self-Help
    It’s been more than a decade since Anne Sarkisian ’64 found what has become her life’s work: educating people about the health risks of gluten intolerance. A few years ago, after... Read More
  • a large Carol Shea-Porter campaign sign on a truck
    - Four-Peat
    The story that many people from New Hampshire have heard about U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter ’74, ‘79G is that she was a reluctant candidate. Consider that no longer relevant. In... Read More
  • UNH alumnus Greg Johnson ’83 running with a surfboard at the beach (photo: Cape Cod Times)
    - His Life’s A Beach
    Photo courtesy of Cape Cod TimesGreg Johnson ’83 can regularly be found with his toes in the sand, surveying the sea from the shores of far-off destinations. But he’s not at the... Read More
  • UNH alumnus and hockey All-American Brad Flaishans ’08 in Manhattan (Photo: Neil van Niekerk)
    - From the Whitt to Wall Street
    Brad Flaishans '08 has always stacked up quite nicely against the competition. Read More
  • UNH alumnus Fred W. Hall, Jr. ’41
    - In Memoriam: Fred W. Hall, Jr. ’41
    Like many of his generation, Fred Hall rarely spoke about his military service in World War II. “As far as war stories go, he really didn’t share any,” says his son John ’83. That... Read More