The University’s Faculty and Programs in Local, Regional and National Media Outlets

The University’s Faculty and Programs in Local, Regional and National Media Outlets

Thursday, July 19, 2012

The Regaalo team, founded in southern New Hampshire, has a vision of becoming the number one gift provider to students away from home.

Union Leader Features UNH Students’ New Company; Grew Out of Business Plan Competition

Regaalo.com is a gift-giving website for families with students away from home. Parents may select gifts from local merchants in the area where their children attend school, and use the website to send a mobile gift card to their student.

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University Researcher Talks About His New Report on the Status of the State’s Energy Efficiency Efforts on New Hampshire Public Radio

Three years after Governor John Lynch issued a Climate Action Plan, which included a call for more efficient homes and offices, UNH researchers find the state is way behind where it had hoped to be.

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TIME Magazine Looks at Topic of Sexting

Director of the UNH Crimes against Children Research Center weighs in on the latest research. 

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Immigrants awarded citizenship during July 4 ceremony

UNH Student One of Many Immigrants Awarded Citizenship During July 4 Ceremony

Kenan Mazic relocated from Bosnia to the United States with his family in 1999. He attended the private Derryfield School in Manchester, and is currently a student at the University of New Hampshire. Mazic said he is studying molecular biology and may pursue a doctorate in the future.

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UNH President on the 150th Anniversary of the Morrill Land-Grant College Act

President Mark W. Huddleston discusses the current state of land-grant support in The New England Journal of Higher Education.

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UNH Today

Compiled by Erika Mantz, UNH Media Relations

Headlines

  • As an occupational therapist, Tracey Ellis ’93 is trained to solve problems.

     So when her Washington, D.C.-based Ellis Therapeutic Consultants began delivering occupational therapy (OT) to American families living abroad and was quickly overwhelmed with work, she found a solution some in the high-touch field of OT might find surprising.

     She took her services online.