Stories in Topic: In the Community

  • 04.16.15 - UNH Psychologist Wins Award for Contributions to Psychology in New Hampshire
  • UNH alumna and graduate student Theresa Conn
    04.15.15 - Sneakers to Asphalt
    Wildcats will run for good causes on Marathon Monday
    UNH students, grads and faculty members will contribute to the chorus of footfalls on Monday during the 119th running of the Boston Marathon. We asked a handful of them why they are running. Hearing their stories, we’re confident we’ve discovered six of the more amazing individuals among the 30,000 athletes who will take to the streets of Beantown on Patriots Day.
  • 04.13.15 - In the News: Marine Biologists Concerned Over Cancer Among Clams
  • 04.13.15 - Former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich: Don't Give Up On Democracy
  • 04.13.15 - Help a Bunny Out: Plant Shrubs
    N.H. Fish and Game, N.H. Audubon, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and UNH Cooperative Extension are seeking volunteers for three upcoming events, in Dover and Durham, designed to help restore the habitat of the endangered New England cottontail rabbit. Volunteers will plant native shrubs that the rabbits use for shelter. Saturday, April 25, Durham: 9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m.Saturday, May 2, Dover: 9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m.Saturday, May 9, Dover: 9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m.
  • 04.10.15 - Guiding the Climb
    In the Strafford County Corrections system, UNH alums serve up justice with a healthy side of compassion
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston on stage at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, N.H.
    04.09.15 - The Music Hall, UNH Celebrate Strengthened Partnership
    UNH President Mark Huddleston on stage at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, N.H.
  • L.L. Bean Chairman and UNH alumnus Shawn Gorman '89
    04.09.15 - Of Boots and Business
    L.L. Bean’s Shawn Gorman ’89 talks UNH, his favorite outdoor places and the product he just had to say 'no' to
    Shawn Gorman '89 is just the third chairman in the 103-year history of L.L. Bean, legendary retailer of everything from fly-fishing rods to flannel pajamas and the uber-popular L.L. Bean Boots.
  • UNH Ph.D. candidate Justin Young
    04.08.15 - Next-Door Neighbors
    Ph.D. candidate Justin Young explores community relationships in Manchester's increasingly diverse neighborhoods
    View of the city of Manchester, N.H., with the historic mills in the foreground.
  • 04.08.15 - UNH, Alpha Loft Host Roundtable on Leveraging Universities for Economic Development
    The University of New Hampshire and Alpha Loft will co-host a breakfast roundtable on "Universities as Economic Change Agents" Friday, April 17, at the UNH Manchester campus, Pandora Building, room P201, from 7:30-9:30 a.m.
  • UNH astrophysicist Harlan E. Spence
    04.01.15 - UNH Scientist Briefs Congress on Space Weather Super Storms
    University of New Hampshire astrophysicist Harlan E. Spence was one of four panelists at a Capitol Hill briefing Tuesday, March 24, on “super storms” that can have profound effects on America's economy, public safety and well-being.
  • UNH Manchester STEM Discovery Lab
    03.31.15 - Middle School Students Program Robots at UNH Manchester STEM Lab
  • UNH alumna Joanna Carmona
    03.31.15 - Ahead of the Game
    Alumni find foreign language skills an advantage in the workplace
    Gareth Morgan ’04 ’06G grew up in North Andover, Mass. He spent afternoons playing soccer with kids from the Puerto Rican and Dominican families who lived in the city and spent school vacations traveling through Europe with his family, who emigrated from England to America when he was an infant.
  • 03.30.15 - In the News: Mike Vlacich ’95 Faces Next Challenge as Hillary Clinton's N.H. Campaign Manager
  • 03.25.15 - The Beat Goes On
    UNH grad is 5th generation music teacher
    Abby Noseworthy ’14 has the music in her.    She gets it from her mother, who got it from her mother, who got it from her mother who, yes, got it from her mother. Count them: five generations of music teachers passing on the love.
  • 03.17.15 - In the News: Prof. Jennifer Moses Part of 3S Artspace Opening Celebration
    Nonprofit Arts Organization's Grand Opening Will Feature Music, Art, Food
  • 03.11.15 - Series: 10 Under 30
    A look at what 10 of UNH's newest alumni are up to
    They are young, and they are working — meet a handful of UNH’s most recent graduates. Some made a swift transition into the work world, while others graduated into the Great Recession. All have a resilient Wildcat spirit. Here are their stories.  
  • 03.10.15 - Your Career is Her Business
    Krystal Hicks helps UNH students prime their professional pumps
  • 03.06.15 - In the News: UNH Alum Works to Revitalize N.H. Mill City
  • UNH alumna Allison McCully '10 teaching at Upreach Therapeutic Equestrian Center
    03.04.15 - Six Legs and a Heart
    Allison McCully ’10 set out to become a nurse, but then something went terribly, terribly right
     Allison McCully’s colleagues don’t invite her to meetings or greet her with a steaming cup of coffee. Instead, they might whinny or stomp their feet to welcome McCully, who is barn manager and an instructor at UpReach Therapeutic Equestrian Center in Goffstown, N.H., to her work day.