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President Addresses Budget Challenges
President Mark Huddleston plans to communicate to the UNH community on a regular basis regarding the university budget. This is the first of his updates.

Parking Permit Swap Underway
Out with the old, in with the new. Parking passes are being replaced for the first time in several years. Get a new one at Parking Services.

Peter Paul Receives Alumni Association's Highest Honor
This year's Pettee Medal winner is philanthropist and entrepreneur Peter Paul, a graduate of the class of 1967 who has never forgotten his alma mater.

Submit Kidder Fund, Pink Triangle and Other Award Nominations Now
Every year, UNH acknowledges individuals and groups who work to create a more diverse and inclusive campus environment. If you know someone who fits this description, make sure they get the recognition they deserve.

UNH Recognized as "Community Engaged" by Carnegie Foundation

Professor Wins Award for Book about Childhood Victimization

Foundation of Dunkin’ Donuts Founder Donates $40,000 to Franchising Center

Passing: Brian Doyle, N.H. Sea Grant Leader

CICEET Awards $1.2 Million to Evaluate Different Erosion Control

Interim Director Appointed at UNH Museum of Art

2008 Faculty Excellence in Public Service

Profile in Sustainability — An Interview with David Gillum

2008-09 Faculty Senate Minutes Summary December 2008

Making News

Foster's: UNH report: Technology alone can't protect minors from online sex predators

A year after popular social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook agreed to a series of technical restrictions aimed at protecting children from online predators, a national report released Wednesday that relied heavily on research by the University of New Hampshire cautions against an overreliance on technology to address the problem. Read more >>