Recent Stories

  • Ripple Effect Mapping
    - Making Waves
    Nonprofit organizations that lack the capacity and expertise to conduct complex evaluations struggle to capture and communicate the impacts of their programs and initiatives.  Read More
  • UNH graduate Connor Roelke in his nitro cold brew coffee shop
    - This Brew’s For You
    What keeps you up at night? Job stress? Curfew breakers? For Connor Roelke '15, it’s coffee. Read More
  • plowing man illustration
    - Serendipity’s Springboard
    Imagine this: It’s a Sunday night and you’re at home. You’ve whittled your to-do list down to one item — all that’s left to do is clean up the dinner dishes. You load the... Read More
  • Stoneface Brewing Co.
    - Crafting a Career Out of Beer 1999, when Peter Beauregard ’00 won over a sullen coworker with one of his homebrewed six-packs, the thought occurred to him that he might... Read More
  • Steelhead trout
    - Pier to Plate
    Steelhead trout grow within nets suspended from a UNH-designed raft. Read More
  • student working at the InterOperability Laboratory
    - The IOL Makes Its Move
    Thirty-thousand feet of Ethernet cable and special anti-static carpeting. Hundreds of computers and 50-plus server racks. The UNH InterOperability Laboratory (IOL) may have moved... Read More
  • Paul Fire Program students
    - Catching FIRE at Paul College
    It’s the typical business networking reception. Food and drinks. High-top tables. Entrepreneurs and executives, dressed in business casual for an after-work gathering, signing in... Read More
  • John Olson '57
    - A Place to Innovate the Manufacturing of Tomorrow
    Whelen Engineering president John Olson ’57 has always kept a low profile when it comes to his support of UNH. The benefactor behind one of the College of Engineering and Physical... Read More
  • Ted Eynon
    - Making Meier Skis
    Ted Eynon ’85 is the co-owner of one of North America’s fastest-growing craft ski companies. Read More
  • UNH student Scott Brockelbank Jr.
    - Entrepreneurial Education
    To most, kettle corn is a sweet treat to be enjoyed at fairs and carnivals. But for UNH sophomore Scott Michael Brockelbank Jr., kettle corn is a way of paying for college.... Read More