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  • A Passion for Ideas
    - A Passion for Ideas
    Family, friends, colleagues create scholarship to memorialize entrepreneurial spirit of Ed Friedlander '88  Read More
  • Scholarship Surprise
    - Scholarship Surprise
    Thanks to a generous gift from Granite State Development Corporation, this student and her family got an incredible surprise about her next three years at UNH.  Read More
  • A More Diverse Legal Landscape
    - A More Diverse Legal Landscape
    Peter Nieves, a patent attorney at Sheehan Phinney and former adjunct professor at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, has been working to create a scholarship program at the law... Read More
  • Tradition of Innovation
    - Tradition of Innovation
    “It’s not about what you have in your bank account or your pocket, it’s about the difference you make.”  Read More
  • Honoring Service, Sacrifice
    - Honoring Service, Sacrifice
    With ROTC scholarship, Gary pays tribute to his father’s military service and mother’s dedication to family Read More
  • Granite State Fans
    - Granite State Fans
    “It makes you feel good to be able to help out. The kids are really appreciative," says Bob Glendening of the support he and wife Beverly provide through scholarships.   Read More
  • The Skateboarding CEO
    - The Skateboarding CEO
    Tom Hayes ’87 talks berries and business, and why a 23-second video is the best free advertising few could have predicted Read More
  • Shadi Zamani ’20
    - From Stressed to Blessed
    Shadi Zamani ’20 finally feels settled into her new apartment in New Jersey. Just six months ago, she felt like a young woman without a home. Read More
  • 'Heartfelt and Inspiring'
    - 'Heartfelt and Inspiring'
    Sustainable seafood lab received $5M boost; donors also support scholarships, professorships, departments and the Holloway Prize Competition. Read More
  • 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