Stories in Topic: In the Community

  • Tasha Dooley '14
    08.08.13 - The Right Touch
    Thompson School's New Vet Tech Program Offers Hands-on Experience
    Tasha Dooley '14 perfects her procedural techniques each day on the job at the Cocheco Valley Humane Society. When handled skillfully, animals remain calm.
  • Plant for Growth
    07.25.13 - Garden Bounty
    Using a Community Garden to Teach Kids About Nutrition
    From her early teens, Sarah Garstka was into food but not in the way some kids might be at that age. When she was 16, she read a book theorizing that what we eat impacts how we feel, and right then, knew she wanted a career in nutrition.
  • Operation Military Kids volunteers
    07.11.13 - Extension’s Army of Volunteers Steps Up
    This UNH program provides one of the state’s largest and most diverse networks of trained volunteers.
    Ever volunteer to clean up a local park? Coach kids? Raise money for the local food bank? Or, in an act of foolhardy bravado, chaperone a middle school dance?
  • Chandler Bullard at Dondero Elementary
    06.27.13 - Fun on Wheels with Northeast Passage
    Program Makes Wheelchairs Cool
    What’s a gym class with no running, skipping, jumping, or even walking? If Chandler Bullard is in charge, it’s a cutthroat game of sharks and minnows, a thrilling bout of handball, and an exhausting session of mastering new skills.
  • Rendering of STEM classrooms in the Pandora Building
    06.27.13 - Alumni Association Throws Support Behind Manchester STEM Efforts
  • Smyth Summer Music Series for Kids
    06.27.13 - Smyth Summer Music Series
    Free and Fun Music Series for Children
    This summer, UNH Manchester will host six musical events for kids. The events are free and open to the public, thanks to the generous support of the Frederick Smyth Trust. All of the music events will take place in UNH Manchester’s third floor auditorium. Seating is limited. An RSVP is required for all of the events.
  • 05.30.13 - Alums Make Connections in NYC
    UNH Provides Networking Opportunities for Graduates
  • 05.16.13 - A Lettuce in Winter?
    UNH Researchers Address Local Growers on Off-season Opportunities
  • Middle school student testing water samples
    05.09.13 - Love That Dirty Water
    Middle Schoolers Get a Lesson in Citizen Science
  • 05.02.13 - A "Gate City" Welcome
  • 04.25.13 - On Today's Docket: Opportunity
    In its Third Decade, the Concord Internship Supports the State's Senate in Many Ways
  • Equine Educational Day
    04.25.13 - All about Horses
    Regional high school students get a taste of equine science at UNH through a student-organized event.
  • 04.11.13 - UNH Law’s Rudman Center Opens With National Conference on Fiscal Responsibility
  • 04.04.13 - Play field hockey. Write a play. Build a robot.
    New Website Offers One-Stop Shopping for UNH Summer Camps
    From academics and the arts to athletics and adventure, UNH’s youth summer programs enable kindergartners through twelfth-graders to explore their interests and talents. LEARN MORE >>
  • 03.28.13 - Chinese Made Easy?
  • 03.21.13 - Spring Arrives at the UNH Greenhouse Open House March 22-23, 2013
  • 03.07.13 - Students, Parents, Alumni Bring Appeal to State House
  • 03.07.13 - New Tech Center Offers Cutting-Edge Opportunities
    As classes begin at the new technology center, UNH Manchester starts on its path to becoming the go-to tech resource for both students and the business community.
  • 02.07.13 - Books in the Mill
    The public is invited to join the UNH Manchester Library and Manchester Historic Association for the spring book group series, “Books in the Mill: A Year of Booker Reads.” The selected titles are all international Man-Booker award winning novels. For more information, call the UNH Manchester library at (603) 641-4173. Programs are held on Thursdays in the Library Mezzanine from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Visit manchester.unh.edu/events for more information about this series or other events on campus.
  • 01.31.13 - “Mrs. Healthy” a Star in the Classroom
    Even before she reaches the classroom, there’s a smile on her face. And why not? After all, the students call her “Mrs. Healthy!”