Thank You Justin Morrill
Justin Morrill is a Vermont native responsible for the founding of state universities across the country. He’s the Morrill behind the act signed on July 2, 1862, by President Abraham Lincoln that gave 30,000 acres of public land to every state in the Union that was then sold to build a state college. Learn more >>>
Thompson School Horse Show
At the UNH Thompson School of Applied Science spring combined tests, all eyes are on the horse and rider teams who have spent months getting ready to compete. But there’s another team that’s also put in months of preparation—a team that, if it’s done its job, is all but invisible to the competitors who ride their horses through a day of dressage and stadium jumping. Learn more >>>
Faces of DBS
Monica Quimby’s research into strawberry genetics took her from the greenhouse to the lab, where she obtained results of much significance in the ongoing effort to determine the plant’s ancestry.