Space to Fail, Motivation to Succeed
Andy DeMeo isn't afraid to fail, and that just may be the secret to his success.
From New Hampshire to Alaska
Deborah Rudis, a UNH wildlife biology major from the class of 1975, has found herself a long way from Durham.
Recent grad didn’t go far to find a rewarding job
Pete Kane ’18 started managing the Farm to You NH high tunnels and half-acre field adjacent to the Fairchild Dairy in 2016, while he was still an undergrad.
A full resume and resilience has made this grad ready for anything
We caught up with Kimmie Lavoie '17, a wildlife and conservation biology major who recently completed work for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  
Once a Wildcat, Always a Wildcat
DéVaughn Chollette, a biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology major who graduated in 2016, works for Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccine division of the pharmaceutical company Sanofi.
UNH grad brings sustainable energy to New Hampshire towns.
Tyler Quinn Smith ’18, who dual majored in community and environmental planning and ecogastronomy, talks about his time at UNH and his future.
Thompson School Applied Animal Science alum and dog trainer, Laura Chapman, who goes by the name Miss Behavior, talks about her experiences at the Thompson School and beyond. Growing up, I had everything from dogs to cats to...
Alyson (Huppe) Bronnenberg, Thompson School Class of 2003, discusses the benefits of the Applied Animal Science program, her wish that she had stayed to gain a concentration in Applied Business Management and how her degree is helping her now with her oxen supply business.  Throughout high school I...
Applied Business Management Alum (Class of 2010) Adam O'Kane talks about his time at the Thompson School, helpful faculty and his dream of launching his own business ScoopStream. I'm lucky in that I've known since I was 5 or 6 years old that I wanted to be an entrepreneur. I graduated from...
Based on your experience here at UNH, why would you recommend prospective students to attend UNH? What I loved most about UNH was that despite it being large enough to meet new people every day, it was small enough to gain the one-on-one attention I needed to thrive. Every professor and adviser I...
Why did you choose UNH? Although I loved my home in California, I wanted to branch out and live somewhere new, at least for a while. I applied all over the states, but UNH struck a chord with me. The deciding factor when choosing UNH was the equine program. When touring schools, there were programs...