Donor Impact

The Story Books Tell

The Story Books Tell

Julian Maduro ’21 grew up surrounded by books, but remembers that only one of them had a character of color. Now, she's turning that memory into meaningful research.   Read More

Recent Stories

  • Forkey, Lundholm and Brenda Holt Mullaney ’83, ’08G
    - A Long UNH Engagement
    Harriet Forkey ’54,’67G and husband Jere Lundholm ’53 honored with 2019 Hubbard Family Award for Service to Philanthropy. Read More
  • Sherry and Bob Phillips
    - A CEPS Mainstay
    Sherry and Bob Phillips’ time together as a couple — 46 years total, 40 of those married — only slightly exceeds the number of years they’ve been connected to their beloved... Read More
  • UNH journalism students
    - It’s a Multimedia World
    The onset of the digital age has transformed the world of journalism, bringing with it a 24/7 news cycle, myriad ways to tell a story and the challenge of capturing people’s... Read More
  • Cerys Eldred
    - Quietly Cultivating Opportunity
    George Bergeron ’63 has this philosophy about giving: plant enough seeds and something will grow. He doesn’t care if anyone knows he did the planting; he just wants the results... Read More
  • Kaitlin Grant '20 and Andy '75
    - Benefactors, Friends and Mentors
    In the spring of 2017, when Kaitlyn Grant ’20 was a UNH freshman, she was invited to a university event where she would get the chance to thank the donor who created her... Read More
  • UNH Reunion
    - Rallying Around a 50th
    Jane Simon Stricker ’70 attended her first of many UNH reunions when she was a child. They were a family affair. Her mother, Selma Bacon Simon ’42, was president of her UNH class... Read More
  • UNH student
    - A Professor’s Daughter
    UNH students have been a consistent part of Pauline Ikawa’s orbit for decades, beginning when she was a school-aged child milling about her father’s biochemistry lab in Spaulding... Read More
  • UNH football locker room
    - Ready for a Closeup
    When the UNH football team’s first practice of fall camp ended on a sunny and warm August afternoon, the Wildcats headed back to their locker room with much anticipation. “Air... Read More
  • John Turner '82 and interns
    - Success Begets Success
    One of the best ways for UNH students to explore a particular career field and to showcase their talents is to secure an internship. Take, for example, Nicholas Stuart ’20, a Paul... Read More
  • James Nassikas '52
    - In Memoriam: James Nassikas ’52
    James Nassikas ’52 built his career as a hotelier on a meticulous attention to detail and passion for high-end customer experiences and luxury service. Jim’s son Bill says the... Read More