Alumni

NASA Astronaut Honored at Home
Lee Morin '74 returned to UNH to receive the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award from the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. Morin has completed multiple spacewalks at the International Space Station and is currently working on a manned mission to Mars.
During this past summer I lived in Sendai, Japan, where I conducted space robotics research on the Google Lunar X-Prize team Hakuto rover alongside an international team while also exploring nearby areas and attending festivals and holiday events where I was able to learn about Japanese culture and...
I was BSME class of ’89 and MSME class of ’94. These days I’m a self employed engineering consultant, doing a lot of accident analysis work these days. I’m also a part-time officer for the Town of Middleton. I recently received the Congressional Law Enforcement Award for Dedication and...
June 2016 Newsletter
I was a bit reserved in writing for the Mechanical Engineering newsletter since I have been outside of the applied profession for most of my career and I did not want to distract from a profession I hold in high regard.    After conversing with Professor Kinsey and Tracey from his office, I agreed...
Class of 2017
UNH has given my opportunities to pursue my goals through the programs they offer, student organizations, and most of all the people. The Professor's desire to help you achieve success, they are flexible and available to answer any question, and they are experts in their fields which has allowed me...
At a banquet held in his honor, John Laymon who graduated in 1973 with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from UNH and an M.B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh in 1978, was recognized as the 2005 CEPS Alumni Society Distinghished Alum. He is the first African American to graduate from the...
Silicon Valley entrepreneur Rajiv Parikh is the recipient of the 2006 University of New Hampshire College of Engineering and Physical Sciences Distinguished Alumni Award. Originally from Goffstown, Parikh now lives in Palo Alto, Calif., where he is currently founder and CEO of Position2 Inc., an...
In the wake of the mass killings at Virginia Tech last week, the University of New Hampshire received one of its most meaningful gifts of all time: a mass notification system donated by UNH Alumnus John Olson, president and CEO of Whelen Engineering Company. During the horrific hurricanes in the...
At a recent banquet held in his honor, professional engineer and registered architect Robert Tillotson (UNH ’77) was recognized as the 2008 College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) Distinguished Alumnus. Said Genise Bonacorsi, CEPS Alumni Society board member and 1994 UNH graduate, “Upon...
Joseph Paterno, Ph.D. (UNH ’63) of Gilford, was recognized as the 2009 College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) Distinguished Alumnus at a banquet held in his honor. Dr. Paterno is a chemical engineer and before retiring in 1991 was corporate vice president for Norton Company. CEPS...
At a 2010 awards ceremony, mathematician and executive vice president and chief technology officer at Windward Investment Management, Robert E. Phillips, Ph.D. (BS UNH ’76) of Hampton Falls, was recognized as the 2010 College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) Distinguished Alumnus. CEPS...
In May 2011, Dean Mukasa ’77, informed the CEPS Scholarship Awardees in the audience, "The Distinguished Alumnus Award is given annually by the CEPS Alumni Society for outstanding contribution to society in the field of engineering, science, or mathematics that has enhanced the image of the...