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From Deep Space to Dirty Bombs; UNH Scientists Retask Telescope
The UNH research team that built a telescope to detect radioactive emissions across the vast sweep of our galaxy recently turned its technology closer to home. Learn more about the search for dirty bombs.



Pharmaceutical Development Project Wins Holloway Prize Competition
A team of students whose business plan proposes using a sophisticated software program to speed the development of pharmaceuticals won the UNH Whittemore School of Business and Economics Paul J. Holloway Prize Competition.


Bike / Walk to Work Day a Success!
Nearly 70 Durham and UNH commuters left their cars at home on national Bike/Walk to Work Day, and instead fueled up with free bagels and coffee.



UNH Hosts Foundation Center Proposal Writing Seminar
Finding funding from foundations was made a lot easier for the 64 UNH faculty and staff who attended the Foundation Center's Proposal Writing Seminar.


Please note: Campus Journal will be on its every other week summer schedule after the May 28 issue. We will publish June 11 and 25, July 9 and 23, August 6 and 20. Our regular schedule will resume Sept. 3.

UNH Holds 138th Commencement Saturday, May 24

Tracking Changes in the North Country: Carsey Researcher Releases "The State of Coos County"

Extension Specialist Joins First Plant Diagnostic Training Team in Bangladesh

Mental Illness, Substance Use Care Needs Outpacing Services

Salespeople Should Tune In To TV Buyer Traits, New Research Shows

 

Taking Note

World Tragedies: How You Can Help

Master of Business Administration Open House UNH Manchester

Farewell Celebration

Weight Watchers Open House May 30

Staff Development Grants Available

Diane Tebbetts Retirement Celebration May 30

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Letters

Letter to the Editor: Snow Thanks


Making News

Business Week: Disabled Kids: The Next Civil Rights Movement?

Documentary "Including Samuel" by the Institute on Disability's Dan Habib Featured in Working Parents blog of Business Week writer Anne Newman

Lowell Sun: If you're watching TV ads, you won't see a man in the kitchen

A new analysis of more than 1,500 prime-time commercials by University of New Hampshire senior Valerie Hooper found that women are still more likely to be portrayed hawking stuff for the home — cleaning products, food, personal hygiene products and furniture — than guys.


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