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Check Regulations Before Shipping Hazardous Chemicals
Before sending off a package of suspect substances check with the Office of Environmental Health and Safety to make sure shipping requirements for hazardous materials are being met.



Artificial Turf Will Greet Fall Athletes at Cowell Stadium
Come September, all of the Wildcat athletes who use Mooradian Field will be playing on a new artificial turf used by such professional sports teams as the New England Patriots.


Certified Organic Fruits and Vegetables Grown at UNH
Eating healthy is made easy with the produce grown at the Organic Garden Club. Shop their farm stand on Wednesdays in Murkland Courtyard.


Financial State of UNH
Maintaining a balance of the university's needs in these times of mounting pressures from competing sources will require hard conversations.


NH Republicans and UNH Partner on Sept. 5 Presidential Debate

Work In Progress: Photos

Updates on July PAT and OS Council Meetings

New Dean of College of Health and Human Services

Moving on Up: Promotions and Tenure

Office Elevated to Strengthen UNH's Commitment to Sustainability

Lights ... camera ... escarole! PBS's "Ciao Italia" films segment at Organic Garden

Art Professor Gathers Sketches at Italian Archaeological Sites

Scholarships For Women's Leadership and Management Program

Institute For Teachers To Transform Earth Science Education

New Grants Focus on Preparing Special Education Personnel

Professor Travels to Italy For Face-to-Face Communication

UNH to Host International Team of Scientists to Search for Bioinvaders

Where the Buoys Are

CICEET Releases FY 2008 Funding Opportunities

Grants Enhance Services, Supports for Individuals with Genetic Disorders

Proposed 2007 Farm Bill's Domestic Food And Nutrition Programs Vital To Rural America


Taking Note

Get the Scoop on Mark Huddleston

What's in a Name: HHS now the College of HHS

CIS Forums

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Making News

Seacoast Online: Nursing shortage affects Seacoast hospitals

“The number of nurses is directly related to patient outcomes: their infection rate, ulcer prevention, and even mortality,” said Dr. Susan Fetzer RN, associate professor of nursing at the University of New Hampshire and president of the New Hampshire Nurses' Association.


Kudos

Work Honored


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