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Taking Risks: Geek Goes For It on Reality Show
Professor Brent Bell invites "geek" to address students on the risks associated with appearing on a television reality show that played up certain stereotypes.



Health Services Earns National Accreditation
For the third time running, Health Services has received national accreditation from the group that has given the designation to more than 2,700 ambulatory health care organizations.


Signs of Spring: Greenhouse Open House March 30 and 31
Spring flowers may not have sprung outside but come check out what's blooming at the greenhouses during this year's two-day open house.


Keeping our Water Clean
Snow melt will impact drinking water that comes from the local rivers. Help keep it clean.



N.H. Boasts Nation's Third-Highest Insurance Rate For Children

PAT Council Discusses Leave Without Pay and Background Checks

OS Council Seeks New Member

Benefactor supports UNH athletics with $1 million gift

Pulitzer Prize-winning Columnist Eileen McNamara On Campus March 29

Greek Hero Odysseus Subject of 2007 Rouman Lecture March 21

Former Penobscot Chief Returns to Campus

Laugh while you learn: Excellence in Teaching

New Collection First To Document African American Experience In NH

Ice Time: Sled Hockey Championship Slated

UNH Hosts Free Jazz Series At Dover's McConnell Center

Marx Play March 28

Institute on Disability Receives $5,000 To Train Leaders and Advocates

Faculty Senate Minutes Summary


Taking Note

Honoring Women's Words

New Home For Housing

Energy Discussions - Discovery Program University Dialogue

Social Capital in NH: Bring Your Lunch

Annual Essay Contest Call

EOS Concerts

Comedic Drama at Hennessy Theatre

Think Summer -Call For 4-H Camp Sign-ups

Lactation Room Available

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Making News

New York Times: In New Hampshire, Towns Put Climate on the Agenda

David P. Brown, a professor of climatology and geography at the University of New Hampshire, said that the state's average winter temperatures had risen over the past 30 years and that snowfall had decreased. "Every reputable climate model projects a continued warming for New England," Professor Brown said, "and I expect that trend to be mirrored in New Hampshire."


Kudos

Coach of the Year

Award for Outstanding Article

Music Professor's Conducting CD


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