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headshot of Angelo Boy
Angelo V. Boy, professor emeritus of education, served UNH from 1965 to 2002. Read More
group photo of nine student ambassadors outside academic building
Graduating COLA seniors look back on lessons learned and forward to bright futures. Read More

Recent Stories

  • 3 photos: Andy Coville '82, Natalie Jacobson '65, Katie Bouton '96
    - Imagining Your Journey with a Liberal Arts Degree
    Distinguished alumni visit liberal arts classes to talk careers. Read More
  • Karl Krecklow
    - End of an Era
    For a certain generation of UNH alumni, Karl's Kitchen was as iconic a landmark as the Wildcat statue or Wagon Hill. Read More
  • Inside pages of the book "The Heavens Might Crack" by  aUNH history professor
    - Required Reading
    Time to make your summer reading list: Try these books recently authored by UNH faculty and alumni. Read More
  • UNH students weeding a garden
    - Unity Day
    Sunny skies and helping hands were the hallmarks of the inaugural Unity Day at UNH. Read More
  • Linda and Craig Rydin
    - Helping Hometown Grads
    Berlin, New Hampshire, natives Craig and Linda Labnon Rydin '71 attended UNH and are helping others from that North Country town come here. Read More
  • UNH students in the gym
    - Pressing for Mental Health
    How do Wildcats help raise awareness about mental health? On the bench, of course. They pressed for Project 375 during a recent event at the Jerry Azumah Performance Center. Read More
  • Truth Telling Project
    - Truth Telling, Change Making
    As part of its annual series of events to pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. and honor Black History Month, in February the UNH Office of Community, Equity and Diversity... Read More
  • a recycled sign, turned into an tablet holder
    - Making Accessibility Accessible
    Sometimes we see only what is, and not what could be. Therese Willkomm has a different view.  Read More
  • a UNH Cooperative Extension 4-H member using a zipline at Candia Springs
    - Growing True Leaders
    A recent gift to New Hampshire 4-H from an anonymous donor has provided new learning opportunities. Read More
  • UNH professor of history Jeff Bolster driving a boat
    - Revelle Lecture
    Professor of history Jeffrey Bolster was selected by the National Academy of Sciences to deliver its prestigious Revelle Commemorative Lecture. Read More