Kate Slater

A World Shaped By Race

In the two months since George Floyd was killed by police, protesters have continued to call for change. They might not march every day in every city, but they are still marching. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Lawrence Woods with student
    - Lawrence Woods ’72
    UNH degree: Full-time student 1968- 1972, complete final nine credits in 1975. In 1975, earned a bachelor of arts degree with a major in History and a minor in sociology. In 1979... Read More
  • Lixing Huang
    - Speaking the Universal Language
    Lixing Huang came to UNH from the other side of the world. He arrived four years ago not knowing a soul. But that didn’t last long. On move-in day 2012, Huang '15 went floor to... Read More
  • Mimi Becker
    - Emeritus Associate Professor Mimi Becker Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from EPA
    Emeritus Associate Professor Mimi Becker received a lifetime achievement award from the Environmental Protection Agency at the organization’s 2015 Environmental Merit Awards... Read More
  • UNH student Curtis White ’16
    - Making History Personal
    The inside of the railway car was cramped. Some 26-feet long, 7-feet high, and almost 9-feet wide, it was barely big enough for Curtis White '16, who stood alone inside the car on... Read More
  • A Taste of a Future Career
    - A Taste of a Future Career
    Each semester, students taking the advanced food and beverage management class at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics plan and execute a gourmet dining experience... Read More
  • Candlelight vigil for Nepal eartquake
    - #UNHforNepal
    In the days since a 7.8-magnitude earthquake ravaged Nepal, the death toll has climbed to more than 7,500. Homes, businesses, schools and other buildings now lie in rubble — an... Read More
  • Katerina Messologitis
    - Engineering Her Way to Africa
    The first time Katerina Messologitis ’15 went to Costa Rica, in 2012, it was to learn about sustainable energy — wind, water, geothermal, solar. The second time, she served as a... Read More
  • students at local farmers market
    - Food for Thought
    Sydney Howard '17 and Sierra Eugley '15 check out the young potatoes at the winter farmer's market held recently at Exeter High School. In 2007, the word of the year in the Oxford... Read More
  • Students in New Orleans
    - Big Lessons of the Big Easy
    When a group of UNH students finally heard the music on the street corners of New Orleans; when they took a ride with a friendly carriage driver who rode around with his pet snake... Read More
  • University of New Hampshire welcome sign
    - UNH Oil Spill Expert to Brief Senate
    Nancy KinnerUniversity of New Hampshire professor Nancy Kinner, sought after for her expertise in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, will speak about advances in oil... Read More