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Alum Peter Paul Gives $25 Million to UNH for New Business School
The university has received its largest gift in history from a 1967 gradate for whom UNH's new business school will be named.



Hiring Freeze Discussed With Tri-Council Representatives
Council representatives got the chance to ask the president questions about the recently implemented hiring freeze and hear why it was necessary.


Professors Honored with University Professorship and Presidential Chairs
Four faculty members will receive a generous annual stipend for their sundry contributions to their students and the university.


On Mendum's Pond
Here's a way to keep cool this summer: spend the day at Mendum's Pond, located just a few miles from campus. Free for UNH faculty and staff.


UNH Chancellor Reno plans to leave in 2009

NHPTV No Longer Broadcasting UNH Games

UNH Receives $380,000 Grant to Study Organic Dairy as Closed Ecosystem

Black History Scholar Receives National Award For Historic Preservation

Slow Recovery, Flat Economy - But No Recession - Forecast for New England

Patricia Smith Headlines UNH Black New England Conference

Energy Conference Promotes Sustainability June 20 - 21

Conference To Focus On Managing Stormwater June 12

Collaborative Research Team to Study Work and Family Balance

Concord Rotary Grant Helps Bring the Film Including Samuel to Concord Schools

Local Students Get Hands Wet Learning About Eelgrass, Great Bay





Making News

Wall Street Journal: Trees That Stand Up to Storms

For instance, the University of New Hampshire's extension service says American sweetgums, arborvitae and black walnut are resistant to icy northern storms, while American elms, pin oaks and silver maples are more susceptible. Read more.


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