"I am extremely grateful for all of my valuable experiences at UNH that led me to where I am today," said Lauren Ritchie, ’16, a management major who’s started her career at Target as an executive team leader of human resources, leading more than 100 employees.
Peter Massey, a retired detective was featured in an Investigation Discovery show examining the Steven Avery case that was chronicled in a popular Netflix series. Massey believes a cover up by the police is unlikely, but he says they did make mistakes.
More than 30 years after being a student at Lyme, T. Allen Lawson has forged a reputation as a premier landscape artist. He has returned to Old Lyme to reflect on the past and share his skills with others.
In his recently released memoir, English professor Randall Horton, chronicles his transformation from a homeless drug addict to acclaimed poet and discusses the important role that writing – a talent he discovered in prison – had in turning his life around.
The first year and a half of the relationship between UNH and Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts can be described as nothing short of extraordinary. The merger has led to a revitalized campus, enrollment growth and new opportunities for students of both institutions.
Nikodem Poplawski, a theoretical physicist at the top of his field, still learns from his students. In fact, he says his time as a professor at UNH has fueled his passion for igniting a spark in his students.
National security professor Charles A. Morgan III, a former intelligence officer with the CIA, has developed a new interview technique to detect lying that has proven to be more effective than a polygraph.
UNH’s Department of Athletics recently hosted nearly 500 fourth graders from West Haven for a day of learning. The students took part in lessons in language arts, science and math and were introduced to the college experience. They finished the day cheering on the women’s basketball team.
UNH’s Model United Nations team has quickly become one of the most successful in the country. Students are learning the art of negotiation, diplomacy and gaining real-world experience that is preparing them to be future domestic and international leaders.
A UNH sorority and fraternity helped brighten the holidays by raising money and donating gifts to underprivileged kids as well as sick children at Yale-New Haven Hospital. "Our family just does whatever we can to help the other families that need our help,” said Justin Thornton ’17.
As a child, Dan Delgado ’17 always loved trains. “I wondered how they operated and what made them run,” he said. Now as a civil engineering major, he is learning how to turn that interest into a career.
Lee College, Tow Institute Grants Aim to Reduce Recidivism
The University’s Lee College of Criminal Justice and its Tow Institute for Youth Justice are serving as research partners on a series of federal grants – totaling more than $1.5 million – designed to reduce juvenile and adult recidivism.
Two graduates have won Grammys in the last three years, working with a venerable who’s who of artists. And the director of our Marching Band, which is one of the best in New England, was among a select group nominated for the prestigious Music Educator Grammy Award.
Anthony Buonfiglio '16 and Lauren Ritchie '16 joined top business students from around the world to develop innovative business solutions for social, economic, and community problems. Both students were chosen by their peers to present their ideas to a panel of executives and experts.
Dean Lombardi ’82, president and general manager of the Los Angeles Kings, returned to campus to deliver the inaugural Allen Sack Lecture on Sport and Social Issues. He reflected on his career, the future of youth sports and the important role UNH played in his success.