Donor Impact

UNH Manchester student Christopher Watts

Renewed Optimism

About a month after applying to UNH, Christopher Watts received news that changed the course of his college career. Read More
UNH MUB games room
His legacy endures through the scholarship fund in his name. Read More
UNH students walking on the new pedestrian bridge connecting Hamilton Smith Hall with Dimond Library
One of the five priorities of CELEBRATE 150: The Campaign for UNH is creating and renewing physical spaces. Read More
Celebrate 150: The Campaign for UNH progress graph
A third of the way through the final year of UNH’s comprehensive campaign, the university has plenty to celebrate. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Ike Leslie, John Berst and Casey O'Dea pose for a photo at the LGBTQ+Ally Pancake Breakfast
    - Applauding Campus Advocates
    Casey O’Dea knows you can’t force people to change their minds. He’s hoping that sharing information about what it means to be transgender might be just the thing people need to... Read More
  • Paige Balcom: A Student Success Story
    - Paige Balcom: A Student Success Story
    The list of organizations Paige Balcom has volunteered her time with, public service projects she's started, high grades she's earned and scholarships and grants she's been... Read More
  • An illustration of the UNH fanny pack
    - Fanny Packs Are Back
    Fanny pack. Belt pack. Buffalo pouch. Hip sack. By whichever name you call it, this 1980s trend in hands-free accessorizing is back with a vengeance. Just ask UNH’s newest alumni... Read More
  • The COLSA Undergraduate Research Conference at UNH
    - Inquiring Minds
    At 7:45 on Saturday morning, while most of us were sipping our first mug of coffee, dozens of students from the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA) were in the... 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
  • UNH senior Jennie Marinucci in Washington, DC
    - Health, Care and Understanding
    One UNH senior who is part of this year's Undergraduate Research Conference has also taken her research off campus after being selected for the 20th Annual Posters on the Hill... Read More
  • Josephine Lamprey
    - Donor Bio: Josephine Lamprey
    Josephine A. Lamprey is a retired businesswoman, environmental pioneer and benefactor of sustainability programs at UNH. In 2012, she made a gift that established The Josephine A... Read More
  • Andrew Phinney '14 in Nepal as Peace Corps volunteer
    - The Right Place, the Right Time
     The Arghakhanchi District of Nepal is a mountainous region west of Kathmandu that is covered with fields of corn and rice as well as lush, forested valleys. “It’s probably the... Read More
  • Gabe Hoffman poses for a portrait.
    - History in the Moments
    Commonalities between history and human resources? Gabe Hoffman ’17 explains it all. Read More
  • Students look at items in a tank at UNH's Shoals Marine Lab.
    - Offshore Discoveries
    From solar panel installation to marine animal research, the Shoals Marine Lab is where students become scientists. Read More