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From Poverty to Empowerment: MLK Jr. Celebration
Carsey Institute director Cynthia Mildred Duncan will discuss poverty and empowerment as part of the university's Martin Luther King Jr. birthday celebration.



UNH 17th for Medium Schools with Peace Corps Alum
UNH is No. 17 on the list of the top 25 medium-sized schools with alumni serving as Peace Corps volunteers. Currently there are 27 UNH grads working in countries around the world.


Alumni Center Employee $200,000 Richer
Lisa Guerrero is one of those practical people who never wasted her money on lottery tickets because she figured she'd never win. Luckily, her husband, Tom, felt differently.


ORPC Helps Inventors Protect Their Rights
What is intellectual property and how can you benefit from it while protecting your rights? Maria Emanuel of The Office for Research Partnerships and Commercialization explains.


Don Murray Memorial Service This Saturday
Friends and colleagues will gather for a memorial service Jan. 27, to honor former English professor and Pulitzer Prize winning writer Don Murray. The service will take place at 2 p.m. in the Johnson Theater, Paul Creative Arts Center.


UNH Welcomes Tom's Of Maine Founder

Dawn To Dusk Nordic Challenge To Benefit Northeast Passage

Carsey Report Shows Impact of Minimum Wage Hike

A Micro-Macro Thinker is Distinguished Professor

Art Gallery Calendar of Events, Paul Creative Arts Center- February 2007

Faculty Senate Minutes


Taking Note

Faculty Members: Tell Your Students About Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program

What To Do Until the Vet Arrives: First Aid for Livestock

NH Sea Grant to Host Informational Meeting

See the Light at Health Services-Therapy Lamps Available

Music Department Presents USAF Band

Free Lunchtime Nutrition Series

Take a Bow: Staff Recognition Set For May 4

MLK King, Jr. Celebration

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Making News

USA Today: Why some Democrats say that Clinton can't win

History professor Janet Polasky in the Clinton-can't-win camp for policy rather than personality reasons. Even as they concede that her money, fame and organization may make her their nominee, poll director Andrew Smith says many activists have a sense of doom about her electability.



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