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Profile in Sustainability: Sheila McNamee


Sheila McNameeSheila McNamee, communication professor, and UNHSI culture and sustainability faculty fellow, talks about the sustainability. 

Moving Right Along

sustainable horticulture Becky Sideman Becky Sideman, a vegetable and berry specialist with UNH Cooperative Extension, will use cutting edge technology to assist with crop research and classroom teaching.

During those endless sultry days last June, Rolling Thunder appeared on the crest of the Woodman Ho

2013 Sidore Series Focuses on Public Health Policies and Individual Freedom


UNH announces the 2013-2014 Saul O Sidore Memorial Lecture Series “Health and Freedom in the Balance: Exploring the Tensions among Public Health, Individual Liberty, and Governmental Authority,” which will examine the intersection of public health policies and individual freedom.

Dive Into Marine Science at Free UNH Ocean Discovery Day Sept. 21


child looking through magnifiying glass Touch a prehistoric sea creature, drive a remotely operated vehicle, or tour a new state-of-the-art research ship at the Ocean Discovery Day Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013.

UNH Partners With the Portsmouth Brewery for Fall Science Cafes on Sustainability of Food


Kicking off the fall series and following on the heels of Portsmouth’s annual Fish and Lobster Festival is the first fall science café on the topic of North Atlantic fish stocks and long-term human trends at the Portsmouth Brewery Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013, at 6 p.m.  The fall 2013 science café series, hosted by UNH, NH EPSCoR, and the Portsmouth Brewery, explores topics related to the sustainability of food.

UNH Recognized by Gov. Maggie Hassan with Accessibility Award

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  • UNH Manchester Receives EPA Sub-Grant for Environmental Research


    UNH Manchester was among 18 New England college campuses recently selected for an EPA sub-grant. 

    Northern New England Campus Compact, a coalition of nearly 60 college and university presidents across New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont, has awarded the grants to develop academic programs that will address some of the region’s most pressing environmental issues. 

    UNH:LESI Flattens While Employment Outlook Improves


    The UNH Lodging Executives Sentiment Index (LESI) increased slightly in July, remaining essentially flat at 65.8 from 65.3 in June 2013.

    Employee Clinic Resumes Weekly Schedule


    With the onset of the new school year, the employee clinic at Health Services has returned to its Monday-through-Friday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. schedule. Care is also available during Health Services’ regular hours 

    Tom Kelly - Profile in Sustainability


    Tom KelleyHow did UNH first become committed to being a sustainable learning community?

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