Our mission is to help the students of UNH through their day by motivating their intellectual skills, bringing joy and driving the students to think more.
Meet the Team:
Project Manager -Bennett Newlove
Bennett Newlove is a senior Civil Engineering major here at UNH. Bennett is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Club soccer and likes to be outside. In this project he acted as the project manager by figuring problems out and helping the team complete the project.
Communications Manager –Danielle Ouellette.
Danielle is a senior Nutrition and Wellness major here at UNH. She is involved in Student Nutrition Association, Magic Wheelchair at UNH, and volunteers at the Wildcat Fueling Station. For this project she acted as the group’s communications manager, relaying messages between her group and the professor as well as the judging panel and her group and vice versa.
Design/Technology Manager -Rosie Radaelli
Rosie Radaelli is a seniorEquineStudiesmajor at the University of New Hampshire. She works with the Audio-Visual Department at the University and isa good resource for any technological issuesthat may occur during this project. As part of this group she provided the final design for thedecal as well as helped with minor troubleshooting issues.
Why We Chose Our Quote:
We chose this quote because it really represents why people choose the field of journalism. This quote is inspiring to those both in the field and to those who may be considering it. Henry Luce explains why he chose the path he did and we hope that by choosing this quote and putting it in the Journalism Lab of Hamilton-Smith Hall, then perhaps we can help someone feel inspired by these words and feel confident in their choice of major and overall career path.
This project really showed us the whole process of creating something, proposing it to a panel and even facing a roadblock and needing to start from scratch when our original quote was not chosen by the panel of judges. The Wildcat Wall project emphasized the importance of working together as a team to get things done. Overall, we enjoyed this project and we learned a lot of real-world applications that we otherwise may never have gotten the chance to experience first-hand through the process of this project.