Kristen Merlin '07 Into Top 10 on NBC's 'The Voice'
Updated April 23: Since discovering her voice as a student at UNH, Kristen Merlin’s career has been on a meteoric rise. Today, she’s rubbing elbows with Grammy Award-winning artist Shakira, and she’s on the cusp of earning a recording contract.
New location for the University’s campus in Tuscany – in a fully renovated, former 16th century convent – combines history and state-of-the-art amenities to offer a transformational immersion into Italian culture.
Peter Massey, a decorated former police officer, was named one of the best forensic science professors in the nation. His students raved about his extensive experience in the field and his classes that revolve around hands-on learning.
UNH’s "road map" for incoming students has won a national award and garnered praise from students and parents. The innovative interactive tool fosters a student-centered environment and ensures a seamless transition for the newest members of the UNH community.
Anna Vashurina '09 M.S., an account manager for IMG, a global sports, fashion and media business, reflects on her experiences at the Winter Olympics, where she coordinated the company’s accounts with General Electric and other corporate sponsors.
New head football coach Chris Pincince, whose coaching career began at UNH nearly 20 years ago, is committed to continuing the tradition of success of Charger football. "I guarantee you will be proud of the University of New Haven football team," he said.
Alexandra Bakerman '14, a marine biology major, took a significant step forward in preparing for her dream career when she interned at Dolphin Cove, a marine education and dolphin swim facility in Key Largo, Fla.
A group of students passed on some fun in the sun during Spring Break in favor of giving back to the community. Volunteering, they reported, helped them grow as people a central focus of UNH's collaborative, experiential and discovery-based approach to education.
The University’s new campus in Orange, Conn., features state-of-the-art technology and computer labs, classrooms and meeting rooms that are designed to simulate the atmosphere of working in the board room of a leading corporation. It’s a campus with a corporate twist.
The new 90,000-square-foot residence hall, which is scheduled to be ready for occupancy in August, will feature classroom space, its own dining room and state-of-the-art technology that will create what promises to be a dynamic hub of campus activity. Watch the construction live as it happens.