Stories in Topic: Campus Life

  • UNH 2014 Faculty Excellence Award recipient Professor David Townson
    01.14.15 - Bringing Up Biologists
    David Townson receives Outstanding Associate Professor Award
    David Townson says what excites him about research is new discoveries and the chance to witness something that hasn’t been reported before. Townson, a professor in the UNH Department of Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences, received the Outstanding Associate Professor Award from the University of New Hampshire in 2014.
  • Lucy Hodder, professor and director of health law and policy program at UNH Law
    01.14.15 - UNH Launches Health Law and Policy Program
  • 01.11.15 - Sign Language Professor Speaks at National Conference
    Jack Hoza, professor and director of Sign Language Interpretation at the University of New Hampshire's Manchester campus, recently gave a presentation at the Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT) Conference in Portland, Ore. CIT is the national organization of educators of sign language interpreters. His topic was “Interpreting in the Zone: The Implications of Two Studies for Interpreter Education.”
  • 01.09.15 - Former AG And Health Policy Expert Named UNH Law Rudman Center Leadership Fellows
  • 12.24.14 - Veterans Honored at UNH-UMaine Men's Hockey Game
    Before they took the ice recently, the UNH and UMaine men’s hockey teams visited with Medal of Honor recipient and UNH Manchester alumnus Ryan Pitts and Travis Mills, a quadruple amputee and founder of the Travis Mills Foundation. Both men received tributes from UNH and Operation Hat Trick during a special pre-game reception to honor veterans. 
  • 12.24.14 - UNH A Cappella Group Will Make Network Television Debut Christmas Morning
    Not Too Sharp recently taped a segment in NYC for the TODAY Show
    File this under “not too shabby.” Not Too Sharp, UNH’s all-male a cappella group, will make its network television debut on Christmas Day. The group went to Manhattan recently to record a two-song segment for the TODAY show that will be televised on Thursday morning. Word on the street is they’re neither sharp nor flat. But don’t resort to rumors; hear for yourself in this sample, and then tune in on December 25 to see them at their Big Apple best!
  • 12.16.14 - January Term Offers a Variety of Experiences Online, Abroad and On-Campus
    Registration is open until Dec. 27
    In a few weeks, students will begin studying crime and justice through the lens of popular TV shows like Breaking Bad and The Sopranos or mapping an archaeological site in Belize. They'll be learning helpful information to turn a liberal arts degree into post-graduation career success, or studying travel writing in London.
  • 12.11.14 - Much Ado About Blue Jeans
    Durham was a campus divided in the wake of World War II
    In 1941, the debate over gender roles and the fight for equal rights for women at UNH boiled down to one very simple idea: Denim. 
  • 12.10.14 - Diwali in Durham: Indian Subcontinent Students’ Association Holds Festival of Lights
    Music, dance, vibrant colors and spicy food were all part of the recent Diwali celebration sponsored by the Indian Subcontinent Students’ Association at UNH. Diwali, India’s festival of lights, is the subcontinent’s most significant festival of the year.  Download Photos
  • 12.10.14 - Used Clothing Put to Good Use
    Popup thrift store to raise money, possibilities for Wildcat Friends
    On Friday, Dec. 5, a popup thrift store will open in the MUB. It will be there for two days, offering for sale sweaters and T-shirts and skinny jeans and sundry other articles of clothing collected by UNH students in November.   
  • 12.10.14 - From Breaking Bad to Atomic Architecture
    January Term offers a variety of experiences
    In a few weeks, students will begin studying crime and justice through the lens of popular TV shows like Breaking Bad and The Sopranos or mapping an archaeological site in Belize. They'll be learning helpful information to turn a liberal arts degree into post-graduation career success, or studying travel writing in London.
  • Dean Mike Ferrara of the UNH College for Health and Human Services
    12.10.14 - Acts of Kindness Followed by UNH Pride
    Successful Month of Believing wrapping up this week
    Many of the CSDC children recognized CHHS Dean Mike Ferrara's story pick, The Mitten by Jan Brett.
  • UNH Marching Band Celebrates 95 Years in 2014
    12.08.14 - Marching On
    The Wildcat Marching Band celebrates 95 years of making music
  • Say Something Nice at UNH
    12.04.14 - Megaphone Megakindness
  • Diwali at UNH
    12.04.14 - Diwali in Durham: Indian Students' Association Holds Festival of Lights
  • Diwali at UNH
    12.04.14 - Diwali in Durham
    Indian students' association holds festival of lights
    Music, dance, vibrant colors and spicy food were all part of the recent Diwali celebration sponsored by the Indian Subcontinent Students’ Association at UNH. Diwali, India’s festival of lights, is the subcontinent’s most significant festival of the year.  Download Photos
  • 12.03.14 - UNH Linguist Honored with Book Award
  • 12.03.14 - Designing Woman
    Szu-Feng Chen receives 2014 Outstanding Assistant Professor award
    Szu-Feng Chen received the 2014 Outstanding Assistant Professor award at the annual faculty excellence ceremony recently. The award recognizes inspiring, challenging, effective teachers who make important contributions to their chosen fields. Chen teaches in the UNH Department of Theatre and Dance. She says, "It's really a luxury that I can have fun while working hard." Hear more in this video.
  • 12.03.14 - Pass on Your Power Suits
    Step into your closet. See anything you haven’t worn in the past year? There’s someone who needs your extra ties and too-tight dress shoes more than you do. And his or her career may depend on them.
  • 12.01.14 - Manchester on the Move
    Historic building is the future for UNH’s city campus