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Home | Archive | Subscribe/Unsubscribe Contact September 17, 2008

President Huddleston Formally Installed
President Huddleston's inauguration included the announcement that the hiring freeze enacted in May has been lifted.

Faculty and Staff Art Show Opens Sept. 26 at the University Museum
More than 70 UNH employees submitted works for the University Museum faculty and staff art show opening next week.

University Picnic in Pictures
A good time was had by all at the annual university picnic. Check out some of what was going on.

Dimond Library 50 Years Old 10 Years Young
The first library at UNH was in Thompson Hall. This year marks two anniversaries for Dimond Library as well as an increase in services.

Campus Journal Switching to Automated Delivery on Sept 24

UNH Alum Featured on National Geographic Reality Show 'DogTown'

Local Harvest Feast Expands to a Full Day of Options

Shea Named New WSBE Associate Dean

IOD's Genetics Collaborative Awards Additional $100k for Small Projects

Economist Warns Future Generations May Be Worse Off Than Past

$75,000 Grant Launches UNH Effort to Start First African Study Abroad Program

UNH's Haynes Creates Mural with CSDC Preschoolers

Green Chemistry Developed at UNH's Nanostructured Polymers Research Center

Dairy Bar Officially Open

CIE Travel Grant Takes Professor to Japan

Making News

Boston Globe: NH worried after Wall Street meltdown

Ross Gittell, a professor at the Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire, is concerned that people who invested in the fallen Wall Street firms will lose money. He's also worried about the "overall availability of credit" since "Lehman Brothers was providing a lot of the funds for people to buy homes."