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UNH Offers Food Challenge: Eat on $3.13 a Day
You wouldn't go hungry on less than $4 a day but it would change what you eat. That's part of the message behind the "$3.13 A Day" challenge.

A Letter From Mark Huddleston Regarding The Provost Search
Provost and Vice President Bruce Mallory will return to teaching next year; here's an update on the search for his replacement.

Funding For McNair Program Continues at UNH
Undergraduate students will continue to receive assistance through this federal program now that funding has been renewed.

New Initiatives Discussed by OS Council
Input from constituents will help the OS Council decide where to focus its efforts during the coming months.

Empty Bowls Help Fill Shelves

Talkin' Turkey – Safe Eats

UNH Recognized For Excellence In Victim Services

Professor Puts Science on a Sphere in New Smithsonian Hall

2008 Faculty Excellence Honorees

UNH Poinsettia Trials Open House Is Dec. 4 – 6

Strategic Planning is Focus of Family Business Event Nov. 19

Study: Rural Poor Often Segregated in High-Poverty Areas

Retired Professor Donates Canoe in Wife's Memory

Faculty Senate Minutes Summary Nov. 3, 2008

Great Gift for the Holidays Now Available

Staff Professional Development Grants

Making News

Portsmouth Herald:  Slow Food Seacoast Thanksgiving feast has record turnout

While everyone expected great food made from ingredients produced or grown within 100 miles of Portsmouth, organizers were happily shocked at the turnout — about three times the number of people who attended last year. Slow Food volunteers scrambled to add tables to accommodate the 150 people who showed up to celebrate the harvest and donate their $5 admission fee to the University of New Hampshire Cornucopia Food Pantry's Baskets of Hope program.