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A Glimpse At the Depth and Breadth of UNH Research
UNH has a reputation for being a leading research institution. Here's why.



A Message From the President Regarding MLK Jr. Events
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is being celebrated all week. Check out the happenings here.



Alums Serving in the Peace Corps Move UNH Up on Top Volunteers List
Giving back keeps UNH in top 20 of Peace Corps volunteers.



Look for UNH Vegetables in Garden Seed Catalogs
Pik-a-Pie pumpkins and Goblin gourds have helped earn UNH more than $500,000 in royalties.



Register for Emergency Alerts

New Antarctic Ice Core To Provide Clearest Climate Record Yet

Latino Population In Rural America Is Growing: New Carsey Institute Fact Sheet

UNH Quad Rugby Team to Host Tournament

Climate Leadership Report Cites UNH Efforts

Transferring the Farm Workshop Series Offered

Russell Congalton Named Editor-In-Chief Of Mapping Sciences Journal

Audra Coon, Seasoned Business Services Assistant

New Analysis Focuses on New Hampshire's Population Growth, Local Spending and the Statewide Property Tax

Rebecca Rule With Meridith Hall at the Dimond Library Jan. 27

The Art Gallery January & February Calendar of Events

State Nanotechnology Grant Awarded

Taking Note

Book Signings — Searching for Joy

Faculty Members: Tell Your Students About Undergraduate Research Funding

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Making News

MSNBC: A female crime wave

Ted Kirkpatrick, a professor of sociology and justice studies at the University of New Hampshire, said the first female crime wave to hit the country was during World War II. Men went off to war. And women left their homes for factories and to further the war effort.



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