Campus News

  • Tim Cunningham pictured in the library at UNH Manchester

    The Business of Transferring

    Soda sales, retail and manufacturing were just a few of the odd jobs Tim Cunningham had after graduating from Timberlane High School in 2006. He took a few community college courses in between, but it wasn’t until 2014 when he felt ready to tackle his next challenge. “After a few years working odd jobs, I knew it was time to go back to school,” says Cunningham. He enrolled full-time at Manchester Community College and majored in marketing. He was also working full-time at Concord Awning and Canvas in manufacturing. Read More
  • 2017 Student Leadership Award recipients

    Event: Student Leadership Awards Ceremony, April 25

    Leadership is a cornerstone of UNH Manchester's teaching philosophy, and we are proud to recognize students who have demonstrated it through involvement on campus and support of fellow classmates. Join us in celebrating standout student leaders at the fifth annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, April 25 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in room 201. Read More
  • Kaitlyn Mastacouris interpretting for a member of Krempels Center as part of her senior Field Experience

    Field Study in American Sign Language

    When Kaitlyn Mastacouris and Ari Nadeau were faced with having to choose a career path, being challenged and making a difference in the community were at the top of their list. Chance encounters when they were young led both women to choose to study American Sign Language-English Interpreting. Mastacouris was introduced to American Sign Language (ASL) as a kindergartener when she learned to sign the alphabet. Read More
  • Juan Posada, far left, poses with other students on the BSCI 620 trip to Belize

    An UnBelizeable Trip to Belize

    Students in BSCI 620 - Global Science Explorations spent spring break studying different ecosystems in Belize. Juan Posada '17, a biological sciences major, shares his experience learning, eating and exploring the Central American country. Read More
  • Meera Kurup, a junior at Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, N.H., recipient of the 2017 AiC Award

    Encouraging Young Women in Computing

    Thirty-three young women will be recognized this spring for their accomplishments and aspirations in computing and technology. In an effort to encourage more young women to choose careers in technology, the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) and the University of New Hampshire at Manchester will recognize the 33 high school students at an event on March 31. Read More
  • Alen Hasanic at the cafe at UNH Manchester

    Great Bay Grad Proves It's Never Too Late to Transfer

    Born in Bosnia, when Alen Hasanic was young he and his family moved to Germany, then Texas, and in 2001, settled in Hooksett, N.H. He graduated from Manchester’s Central High School in 2008. Hasanic admits that, though he did well in high school, as a senior he still wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do when he grew up.  Read More
  • CodeIT Girls particpants gather around leader Meera Kurup.

    Role Models in Action

    Google and Gallup recently released a brief that found that girls are less likely than boys to see someone like themselves doing computer science. The brief recommends early exposure to computing role models for girls, especially before age 14, the age the brief identifies that girls' interest in computer science starts to wane. Luckily, that’s happening in Nashua, where the after-school program CodeIT Girls shows elementary school-aged girls some amazing role models in computer science. Read More
  • Shawn Snook '17 was hired as a process engineer at BAE Systems shortly after graduating from UNH Manchester's Mechanical Engineering Technology program.

    Engineering Their Futures

    UNH Manchester's Engineering Technology department has developed strong relationships with local technology and manufacturing companies, which helps students forge relationships that can lead to careers, and also helps firms fill the growing need for engineers. Meet a few recent electrical and mechanical engineering technology graduates who have landed jobs in the field. Read More
  • Nicholas Mian, assistant professor of psychology, and psychology student Jasmine Huffman '19, right, working on a study that measures emotions in young children.

    Psyched About Research

    The faculty in UNH Manchester’s Psychology and Neuropsychology programs—who have published more than 20 journal articles over the past few years between the four of them—not only offer students the opportunity to do hands on, real-world research as undergraduates, but also encourage them to get that work out into the scientific community. Read More
  • 2004 alumna Mike Avitabile

    Communication Alumnus Mike Avitabile Publishes Second Novel

    Mike Avitabile '04 credits the more than 30 jobs he's held in his life as the inspiration for his latest novel, The Whale in the Cave.  Read More
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