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Trustees Vote Today On Mark Huddleston as 19th UNH President
A reception for Mark Huddleston will follow today's vote by the USNH Board of Trustees confirming him as the next president of UNH. The vote will take place in the Piscataqua Room at Holloway Commons at 4:30. The university community and general public are welcome to attend.

President Responds to Virginia Tech Shooting
President J. Bonnie Newman offers words of comfort to the Virginia Polytechnic Institute community and includes cautions in the event of a threatening incident at UNH.

Housekeeping Keeps UNH Running Clean
The second in a series on the departments that keep UNH operating smoothly outside the lecture halls.

Program Helps Disabled Vets Get Active
Northeast Passage does it again with its innovative program that brings recreation into the lives of the disabled.

Winter Flounder on the Fast Track to Recovery

Guidelines for the Purchase and Disposal of Personal Computers

Sophomore Receives Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

OS Council Update

Open Forums for Health and Human Services Dean Candidates

Lecture and Exhibit on Climate Change and Public Health at UNH Manchester

Dean of Death

Fun By The Numbers Jean Brierly Award

Undergraduate Researchers Win Summer Internships At NASA Academy

Undergraduate Research Conference Begins This Week

Scientists, Students, Part of Team Exploring "Black Smoker" Undersea Chimney

Stoke Lake

Taking Note

Carsey Institute Brown Bag Series Thursday, April 19

Oil Industry Advisor to Talk

Musical Revue

Student Composers' Concert Saturday, April 28

Take a Bow: Staff Recognition Set For May 4

UNH Manchester Holds Open Houses for Master's Degree Programs

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Making News

Senior Connection/Mature Lifestyles: RETIREMENT LIVING

Older individuals who are religious have a significantly enhanced quality of life in old age than nonreligious older Americans, and are more generous and less afraid of death than their less religious peers, according to new research by Michele Dillon, professor of sociology at the University of New Hampshire.


New Writing Program Head Named

Extension Honored with NH Jump$tart Volunteer Service Award

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