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  • Healthcare Administration Grad Students Partner with Milford Hospital

    Healthcare Administration Grad Students Partner with Milford Hospital by Brandon T. Bisceglia '14UNH Today Contributing WriterAs soon as Mary Laucks '16 M.S. finished presenting the latest version of an advertisement for Milford Hos...
  • Three Internships with the NYPD Lead to a Place in the Police Academy

    Three Internships with the NYPD Lead to a Place in the Police Academy by Jackie HennesseyUNH Today Contributing WriterDavid Marucheau ’16 was interning with the New York City Police Department at a midtown Manhattan precinct when...
  • Chinese-Born Entrepreneur, Alexion CEO to Address Graduates

    Chinese-Born Entrepreneur, Alexion CEO to Address Graduates by Dave Cranshaw UNH Today EditorMing Hsieh, a Chinese-born entrepreneur and engineer, and David Hallal, chief executive officer of New Haven-based Alexion, a global biopha...
  • Class of 2016 Looks Toward the Future

    Class of 2016 Looks Toward the Future by Dave Cranshaw UNH Today EditorJean-Philip Precourt '16 only started learning English during his freshman year in high school. Because of that, he said his SAT scores were lower than he would...
  • Business Students Complete in CFA Research Challenge

    Business Students Complete in CFA Research Challengeby Thalia Hernandez ’17 M.A. Communications and Public Affairs Graduate AssistantAfter spending a day competing in the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Research Challenge, a competition that provides ...
  • 2016 Bergami Summer Interns Selected

    2016 Bergami Summer Interns SelectedThis summer, through the generosity of the Bergami Family and the support of the Division of Student Affairs, eight students will receive a $3,750 stipend to cover expenses for their unpaid summer internship experience....
  • Palmbach Named Oskar Schindler Humanities Professor

    Palmbach Named Oskar Schindler Humanities ProfessorTim Palmbach ’82, ’86 M.S., chair of forensic science, has been named the next Oskar Schindler Humanities Endowed Professor. This endowed position rotates every three years and is awarded on a competi...
  • Students Help Clean Up Allingtown Section of West Haven

    Students Help Clean Up Allingtown Section of West HavenLate last month, more than 60 students participated in the spring Allingtown Cleanup program. Students collected trash and beautified areas around campus. Joining the students for the program were Wes...
  • Football Star, Women’s Basketball Standout Named Athletes of the Year

    Football Star, Women’s Basketball Standout Named Athletes of the YearBriana Bradford ’16, a guard on the women’s basketball team, was named UNH’s Female Athlete of the Year, and Andre Anderson ’17, a running back on the football team, was named ...
  • Sociologist Discusses New Haven’s Ranking as Most ‘Normal’ American City

    Sociologist Discusses New Haven’s Ranking as Most ‘Normal’ American CityJeffrey Debies-Carl, an assistant professor of sociology, discusses a new study that named New Haven the most “normal” city in the country. More>> Ba...
  • Grad Discusses Turkey’s Prospective Accession to EU

    Grad Discusses Turkey’s Prospective Accession to EUSedat Aloğlu ’77 MBA, a former member of the parliament in Turkey, discusses the country’s possible accession to the European Union. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Former Football Standout Auditions with NFL’s Ravens

    Former Football Standout Auditions with NFL’s RavensFormer football standout Mike Flacco participated in the Baltimore Ravens' rookie minicamp last weekend. Flacco is the brother of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. More>> Back to t...
  • Theater Major Reflects on Favorite Performances

    Theater Major Reflects on Favorite PerformancesTheater arts major Amanda Grillo ’18 reflects on her favorite performances as an actress. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Online Criminal Justice Program Ranked Among the Best

    Online Criminal Justice Program Ranked Among the Best UNH’s online master’s degree program in criminal justice was ranked No. 31 in the country by College Choice. The rankings were reported in more than 200 media outlets. More>> ...
  • Incoming Student Hopes to Work for the FBI

    Incoming Student Hopes to Work for the FBI by Thalia Hernandez ’17 M.A. Communications and Public Affairs Graduate AssistantAlanna Herskowitz ’20 has had her heart set on attending UNH since seventh grade, when she first learned ab...
  • Sigma Chi’s “Derby Days” Raises Nearly $30,000

    Sigma Chi’s “Derby Days” Raises Nearly $30,000The Sigma Chi fraternity hosted a weeklong philanthropic event called Derby Days that raised more than $28,000 for the Huntsman Cancer Institute. The UNH effort raised the fourth highest amount of more t...
  • Inaugural Issue of “Westie Wire” Published

    Inaugural Issue of “Westie Wire” PublishedThe inaugural issue of the “Westie Wire” (PDF)>>, a publication created by the UNH Mayor’s Advisory Commission, has been published. It is designed to promote awareness and goodwill between the UNH ...
  • Professor Awarded Dietitian of the Year

    Professor Awarded Dietitian of the YearMeredith Marinaro, an adjunct professor of nutrition, has been awarded the 2015 Dietitian of the Year by the National Kidney Foundation at their annual spring clinical meeting. This prestigious award is designed to ...
  • Senior Honor Thesis Oral Presentations Continue Through May 11

    Senior Honor Thesis Oral Presentations Continue Through May 11Members of the Honors Program who are graduating at the end of the spring semester are sharing the results of honors thesis projects during a series of oral presentations that will take place t...
  • Faculty Excellence Awards Honor Outstanding Professors

    Faculty Excellence Awards Honor Outstanding ProfessorsThis week, five professors were recognized with Faculty Excellence Awards.Excellence in Teaching, Part-Time Faculty – Linda Brill, Adjunct Professor of Composition and Literature“Linda cares intens...