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Tuition Benefit Helps With Exchange Program
UNH tuition benefits for dependents can be used for study at other schools around the country through the National Student Exchange. More than 180 colleges and universities to choose from.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Features Civil Rights Activist Angela Davis
Don't miss the week of events honoring the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr., Jan. 22 through Feb. 5. Civil rights activist Angela Davis will deliver the keynote address.

Months on the Road, New Turbine Arrives
A turbine the size of a motor home will help will turn processed landfill gas into electricity. Check it out.

Main Street Project Will Add Bike Lanes; Sidewalk to West End
The work on Main Street will begin anew this spring and continue to improve walking and biking along the thoroughfare.

Presidential Inauguration Events on Campus

Don't Forget You Can Still Be Reimbursed From 2008 Flexible Spending Account

Alums Keep UNH Peace Corps Ranking in Top 25

James Hall Steel Topping Ceremony Photos

Fashion Expert: Expect More Ethnic and Class Diversity From New First Lady

Seacoast Big Band Presents Harry Jones Memorial Concert Jan. 20

Burger King at Forefront of Viral Marketing with New Men's Fragrance 'Flame'

Franchising Index Weathers Recession in Third Quarter

National Science Foundation Announces New Ice-Core Drilling Agreements

Endowment for Health Grant Brings "Including Samuel" to Health Professionals

2008 Faculty Excellence Awards: Reagan Baughman, Outstanding Assistant Professor


Making News

Eagle Tribune: UNH detention pond design to see widespread use

The Department of Transportation is using a University of New Hampshire design to clean stormwater as part of the Interstate 93 widening project.