Stories in Topic: In the Community

  • 06.12.14 - The Student Perspective
    President Mark Huddleston discusses higher education with New Hampshire high school students
    When I began visiting high schools across New Hampshire this spring to talk with students about the importance of higher education, one of my first stops was Manchester West, in a school district where many families struggle financially.
  • Brittany Kokoszka at the CREAM Open House
    05.08.14 - For Cows and CREAM: Never a Day Off
    Open House Draws 150 to Fairchild Dairy Center
    Brittany Kokoszka, a sophomore from Franklin, MA, meets a red-and-white milk cow in the herd at Saturday's open house for CREAM, a class of 25 UNH students who spend an academic year managing the 25-head dairy herd.
  • Alumni gather in DC for a reunion
    04.17.14 - Cherry Blossoms and Wildcats!
    Our Washington, D.C., Chapter Spring Cocktail Reception was a tremendous success. Wildcats from the past conversed with current students as well as with Wildcats of the future. The University Club provided an elegant backdrop for this popular annual event. Be sure not to miss it next year.
  • Alpha Phi Omega members as Pease Greeters
    04.10.14 - Dedicated to Service and Leadership
    Members of Alpha Phi Omega’s Theta Zeta Chapter at UNH Greet Fellow APO Brother, U.S. Army Capt. Steve Ostrander
  • Elizabeth Adeeko biomedical science major
    04.04.14 - Biomedical Student Finds Success by Choosing Two Campuses
  • Student stem lab night in Manchester
    04.03.14 - An Evening of Celebration at the STEM Discovery Lab
  • Flowers from the UNH Macfarlane greenhouse
    03.20.14 - Spring Arrives at the UNH Greenhouse
    Open House March 28-29, 2014
    The annual open house at the University of New Hampshire’s Macfarlane greenhouses, a popular rite of spring, is March 28-29, 2014
  • 03.20.14 - Patriot Act
    Professor Recognized for Support of Student in Military
  • person working on an ipad during Dover Listens presentation
    02.06.14 - Good Listeners
    UNH and Dover Team Facilitate Discussion on City's K-12 Future
    The conversation begins at Dover Listens event.
  • UNH Law in Concord NH
    01.30.14 - UNH Law Named 8th Best School in U.S. for Clinics
    The University of New Hampshire School of Law is No. 8 in the country for clinical opportunities for its students, according to a national legal magazine. The National Jurist issued its findings in the January issue of its sister publication, prelaw Magazine. Rankings were compiled by dividing the number of full-time clinical course positions filled by the number of full-time students.
  • Seacoast NH local Fisherman
    01.23.14 - Cooperative Extension Looks for Ways to Help Local Fishermen Survive
  • Network New Hampshire Now Video
    01.16.14 - Network New Hampshire Now
  • Alum Lois Costa, principal of Marston Elementary School in Hampton with students
    01.16.14 - Lois Costa ’87, ’88G Named N.H. Elementary School Principal of the Year
  • John Cooper, a sophomore history major at UNH Manchester
    12.12.13 - The Personal Side of History
  • Thanksgiving dinner at President Huddleston's House
    12.05.13 - Guests at the President’s Table
    International Students Join the President’s Family for Thanksgiving
    At home with the Huddlestons are (l to r) Qian Wang, Jaya Dofe, Giles Huddleston, Emma Bricker, President Mark Huddleston, Loker Xu, and Xiaoqiong You.
  • Poinsettia Open House
    12.05.13 - Popular Poinsettia Open House
    The popular Poinsettia Trials Open House is at the University of New Hampshire Dec. 5 – 7, 2013.
  • Jim Malley
    11.21.13 - Meet the “Godfather of UV Disinfection”
    Faculty Excellence Winner Works Hard to Make Water Safe
    James Malley is the Davison Professor of Environmental Engineering and Director of the Environmental Research Group at the University of New Hampshire. He won the 2013 Excellence in Public Service Award for his leadership and commitment to providing safe drinking water to people all over the world.
  • A Thousand Thanks
    11.07.13 - Thousand Thanks
    Come join the fun as the UNH community celebrates National Philanthropy Day with our second-annual “A Thousand Thanks” event! Thursday, November 14, 2013Granite State Room – Memorial Union Building12:30-2:30 p.m. Live music, pizza, and photo booth with Wild E. Cat and Ben Thompson making appearances. Donor-appreciation stations offering participants a chance to win prizes (iPad; gift certificates!)  
  • Will Clyde
    11.07.13 - In Their Own Words
    Faculty Excellence Winners Share a Glimpse Into Their Work; First Up, Will Clyde
    A donation by philanthropists Arnold P. Hanson and Della Hanson honoring former Professor of Government Norman Alexander created one of the university’s signature programs: the Faculty Excellence Awards. Begun in 1989, the annual program celebrates an astonishing breadth of endeavor spanning all fields of learning. And yet what continues to stand out are not only the singular feats of determination and ingenuity achieved by recipients, but also the sheer multitude of opportunities they create for students, colleagues, and communities the world over.
  • Jenn Higgins Pitre crossing the finish line
    10.10.13 - Going the Extra Mile (Update!)
    Alum Runs to Raise Funds for UNH – and Celebrate a Milestone