Spotlight

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...
John H. “Jack” Smith ’50 of Scarborough, Maine, has an impressive record of commitment to his alma mater.  Jack founded the College of Engineering & Physical Sciences (CEPS) Alumni Society and served as its president from 2003 to 2012. On September 20, 2012 Jack received the CEPS Alumn i...
Gerald A. “Gerry” Letendre, Sr. ‘63 of Hollis, New Hampshire, has a strong, long-standing commitment to his state and his alma mater, which he serves as a member of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) Advisory Board. On September 12, 2013, Letendre was honored with the 2013 CEPS...
On September 25, 2014, Muriel S. Robinette ‘74, was presented with the 2014 CEPS Distinguished Alumnus Award at the annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony held at the Memorial Union Building. The award was presented by CEPS Alumni Society President Genise Bonacorsi ‘94. Muriel’s engagement with CEPS...
As an engineer and entrepreneur, Harold Davis ’63 spent much of his six-decade career chasing technical dreams inspired by the goal of solving problems people said couldn’t be done. And for the better half of the past two decades, he dedicated a portion of his life to ensuring UNH students and...
Each job I have had since my time at the UNH has been quite different from the rest and I think that UNH prepared me to be able to quickly and efficiently shift from one job to the next.
Samantha always knew she wanted to be a teacher when studying chemistry at UNH. Right after graduating, she obtained her Statement of Eligibility to teach in New Hampshire and has been doing so ever since. She is currently a chemistry teacher at Nashua High School North where she has been working...
I have spent the past twenty months reflecting on my time at UNH, the experience and qualifications I gained and where I want to apply my focus from here. I constantly felt as though I was struggling in the B.S. program, particularly in the lab. However, should you succeed in graduating, you will...
Mr. Joonhyung "Joon" Cho is an Industry Relations Officer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has an extensive background in academic-industrial research partnership, technology transfer, and innovation management. In this role, Joon actively engages UNC faculty and the private...