Stories in Topic: Campus Life

  • 04.03.14 - 2014 Granite State Award and Honorary Degree Recipients Announced
    Stella and Douglas Scamman will receive a 2014 Granite State Award from the University of New Hampshire at commencement May 17, 2014.
  • Women's Commission Award Winners
    04.03.14 - Congratulations to 2014 Women's Commission Award Recipients
    (lower, L-R) Ewan Seabrook, Jessica Fish, Kenna Smith, Sarah Daigle, (back) Being Fierce & Fabulous (Dawn Zitney and Kathleen Grace-Bishop), (Ctr) Katie Edwards
  • 03.27.14 - Tools of the Trade
    Future Journalists Telling Their Stories One Frame At a Time
    Breanna Edelstein ’14 (left) shares shots with Ericka Dupervil ’14 as they create a video for the 45-minute Film Festival in Tom Haines’s class.
  • 03.20.14 - For Congolese Native, Education is Everything
    Vinny Mwano Makes the Most of His Time at UNH
    Every student who comes to UNH has a story. Few carry with them memories of gunfire. Vinny Mwano does, faintly now because it’s been 14 years since the UNH junior left behind his homeland, the Democratic Republic of the Congo. But one never completely forgets a sound like that. Or what it meant.
  • 03.20.14 - Lights, Camera, Commencement
    Speaker Is Screenwriter/Director Jennifer Lee '92 Oscar winner Best Animated Feature for "Frozen"
    The first woman to direct an animated feature film for Walt Disney Animation Studios, Academy Award®-winner Jennifer Lee, will deliver UNH's commencement address Saturday, May 17, 2014.
  • Photo of boy creating with green playdoh summer camp
    03.06.14 - Registration for UNH Summer Camps Now Open
    Camp Wildcat gives school-age day campers a chance to explore nature and the environment, participate in sports, learn new skills and crafts, make new friends, and have fun while being active this summer. Courtesy photo.
  • John P. Resch Professor of History Receives Distinguished Professor Award
    03.05.14 - American History Rocks in Manchester
    John Resch Recognized as Citizen Scholar
  • UNH Campus Aerial
    02.20.14 - Featured Video
  • 02.20.14 - Parents Association Awards 2014
    ET SwarmCats Extra-Terrestrial Navigation with Particle Swarm Optimization (ET SwarmCats) The ET SwarmCats were awarded funds for the design and construction of laboratory robots. They will design robots to harness particle swarm optimization, based on the animal habit of utilizing the advantages of traveling in swarms. The goal is to devise small robots that work in unison to achieve a common goal, yet think and act individually when necessary. Eventually, they could be used for searching operations on extraterrestrial planets and asteroids. The project is multidisciplinary.
  • 02.14.14 - Frequently Asked Questions
    about financial aid at UNH
    How do I apply for financial aid? Reminder: FAFSA is Due March 1st
  • 02.11.14 - Meredith Cline ’15
    Business Administration Andover, N.H. “One of the smallest towns in the history of the world.” -MC
  • President Mark W. Huddleston, State of the University
    02.06.14 - Five Priorities Identified by UNH President During 2014 State of the University Address
  • Mark Huddleston at State of the University
    01.30.14 - President Mark Huddleston Talks About the State of the University Feb. 4. Watch Live.
  • Graphic of cloud computing
    01.23.14 - UNH Manchester to Offer a B.S. in Computer Science and Entrepreneurship
  • J. Michael Hickey
    01.16.14 - N.H. Telecom Executive Appointed Dean of UNH Manchester
  • 12.19.13 - In Their Own Words
    Jeff Bolster Grooms a Generation of Graduate Students
    History professor Jeff Bolster at the helm. View his video below.
  • Happy Holidays From President Mark W. Huddleston
    12.19.13 - Happy Holidays
    President Mark W. Huddleston and Wild E. Cat Look at Some of the Top Moments from UNH in 2013
  • aerial photo of Thompson Hall, Durham campus
    12.19.13 - UNH Receives $1 Million Gift for Need-Based Scholarships
    A new $1 million endowed scholarship fund at the University of New Hampshire will provide financial support every year to as many as 20 students from New Hampshire. Established by Michael Pilot ’84 and his wife Yvonne Tuberty Pilot ’84, the Pilot Scholarship Fund reflects the Pilots’ commitment to making sure deserving students get an opportunity to attend college—just as Mike Pilot himself once did.
  • New UNH logo video
    12.19.13 - University of New Hampshire Introduces New Logo
    The University of New Hampshire introduced its much-anticipated new logo during a men's hockey game against Boston College Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013.
  • 12.12.13 - Library Study Buddies
    University of New Hampshire students help beat the stress of finals week with help from therapy dogs from Pet Partners. Part of the Frazzle Free Finals at the Dimond Library.