Safety First: Getting Rid of Unwanted Chemicals
Removing old chemicals from laboratories around campus can be a routine process but when it's not, the Office of Environmental Health and Safety calls in the pros.
How She Spent Her Summer Vacation
Traveling to a poor West African nation might not be everyone's idea of the perfect summer vacation but for Liz Fowler, it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Saying Thanks the Old-Fashioned Way
2007 Commencement chief faculty marshal Nancy Kinner shares the recipe for her hot fudge.
Put A Lid On It: Recycling Container Contest
Be a winner and help keep UNH green with this contest aimed at increasing recycling on campus.
Goodbye to a Friend — Tom Fairchild
John Carney Memorial Service Slated for Friday
Down It Goes - DeMerritt Hall Demolition
Biodiesel Researchers From Egypt Visit UNH
IOD Offers Autism Workshop August 13-16
HK Powersports Provides WaveRunners to Northeast Passage Adaptive Water Ski Program
British Literature Expert Available to Discuss Final Harry Potter Book
Thompson School Professor Publishes First Novel
New Book Presents Latest Research On Intimate Partner Violence
Bit By The Science Bug In The Great Dismal Swamp
Researchers Prove Existence Of New Type Of Electron Wave
FY08 Budget Demonstrates Continued Commitment to Financial Aid and Stable Tuition Increases
Office of Sustainability Partners with Proulx Oil and Propane to Offer Renewable Home Heating to Employees and Students
Elementary Engineering: Keepers Camp Sparks Inquiry In Young Scientists