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Two UNH Professors Receive Prestigious Fulbright Awards

J. William HarrisJ. William Harris, professor of history

Two UNH professors have received Fulbright awards, which are among the most prestigious awards that a faculty member can receive and will allow them to do in-depth research abroad. 

Committee Named for AVP for Community, Equity and Diversity Search


The search to fill the new position of associate vice president for Community, Equity and Diversity is now fully underway with the report that the search committee has been named.

The new position was announced by President Mark Huddleston earlier this month in his State of the University address as another step toward advancing diversity and inclusion efforts at the university.

New Paul College Sales Center of Excellence Announced

Daniel Post Senning and Catherine Blake

Daniel Post Senning, the great-great-grandson of Emily Post and a co-author of “Emily

InterOperability Lab Signs Lease in Durham’s Madbury Commons Development


UNH officials have signed a 20-year lease that will make its InterOperability Lab (IOL) the anchor tenant in a new $30 million development poised to enhance and expand the downtown area. 

Done Shoveling? It’s Time to Think About Summer Camp


Camp kidsAs we shovel out from yet another snowstorm, it's hard to believe that summer vacation – and bored kids – will be here soon. UNH offers a range of camps and programs to entertain and educate K-12 youth.

Chairs Named for Community, Equity and Diversity AVP Search Committee


Anne Lawing, dean of students, and Alberto Manalo, associate professor of environmental and resource economics and vice chair of the faculty senate, will co-chair the search committee for the associate vice president for Community, Equity and Diversity, a new position President Mark Huddleston announced in his State of the University address Feb. 4.

Outlook on Egypt

Islam Karkour

When Egyptian national Islam Karkour arrived in Durham last August, he expected to find a bustling city, definitely smaller than New York City, but with a Big Apple vibe. America, to him, was New York, Washington D.C., or Boston—urban, tough, and loud.

Wildcats in Washington

Paul Kirshen

Research professor of civil engineering Paul Kirshen. Photo credit: Chris Kleponis.

Shoals Marine Laboratory Announces New Executive Director


For wildlife ecologist Jennifer Seavey, the Isles of Shoals archipelago holds appeal beyond its marine environment and population of nesting birds – Seavey Island, was named after her ancestor, William Seavey. 

Now the scientist will become a steward of neighboring Appledore Island as director of the Shoals Marine Laboratory on April 1. 

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