Donor Impact

UNH moose research
Cody Symonds ’19 can tell you how many ticks fit on a 10-month-old moose, and the answer isn’t pretty. Read More
Aquaponic lettuce
"There is still magic in food,” says Phil Meldrum ’79. Read More
Memorial bench
Heartfelt gifts pay tribute to those who made their mark at UNH. Read More
FIRE program
A technology platform and mobile app are enhancing an innovative program for first-year students. Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH art history graduate Corinne Long '12 restoring a mural in Hamilton Smith Hall at UNH
    - A Fine Restoration
    Conservationists, including art history graduate Corrine Long '12, are restoring WPA-era murals in Hamilton Smith Hall.  Read More
  • Graduate students working in the Hubbard Genome Center at UNH
    - Inside the Genome Center
    How did an oil spill impact a tiny organism in the Gulf of Mexcio? UNH graduate students are working to find out.  Read More
  • UNH Paul College graduate Kevin Knarr and others at a UNH hockey game
    - Q&A with Kevin Knarr ’91
    Kevin Knarr ’91, chief operating officer of UnitedHealthcare Employer and Individual, part of the Fortune 500 UnitedHealth Group, understands the importance of giving back to his... Read More
  • UNH hockey player on the ice during a game at the Whittemore Center Arena
    - Donor Impact: Athletics
    Danny Buzzell talks with UNH Today about how donors help make UNH Athletics successful. Read More
  • Donor Impact: ECenter
    - Donor Impact: ECenter
    UNH Today talks with Heather MacNeill about how donors help make the ECenter successful.   Read More
  • a student and a horse at the University of New Hampshire
    - Donor Impact: Equine Center
    UNH Today recently spoke with staff at the UNH Equine Center about their program and how donors help make it successful. What has the 2016-17 year been like for the equine program... Read More
  • UNH students walking down Main St. in Durham, NH
    - Donor Impact: International Education and Global Engagement
    UNH Today talks with Gregg Orifici about how donors impact the work of the UNH Center for International Education and Global Engagement.  Read More
  • UNH rowers on a dock holding oars
    - Donor Impact: Rowing
    UNH Today spoke with Rachel Rawlinson recently about how donors help make her program successful. Rawlinson is head of men's and women's rowing at UNH.  How does donor support... Read More
  • Thompson Hall exterior
    - Leading the Way
    For a select group of donors, giving to UNH is about showing what philanthropy at the university can accomplish.  Read More
  • Crowd of students inside the Memorial Union Building
    - Heart of Campus
    The MUB is known as the heart of the campus for good reason — and donors keep that heart beating all year long. Read More