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No Gas Required - Housing Buys Electric Vehicle
A state grant has helped the department of housing purchase an electric vehicle. The golf cart-size truck has zero tailpipe emissions and costs less to operate than other vehicles.

UNH Chosen to Become Part of SMTI Leadership Collaborative
UNH will work with 26 universities around the country to improve the education of mathematics and science teachers.

UNH/NOAA Report: Arctic Region Underprepared for Maritime Accidents
Increased travel to the Arctic means an increased need for resources to respond to maritime accidents, a new UNH/NOAA report reveals.

Scientists Put Climate Change Research in Kids' Hands
Science is made real for area students with hands-on activities that measure the carbon dioxide exchange between soils and vegetation and the atmosphere.

Federal Education Policy is Topic of Next UNH Sidore Lecture Feb. 19

Carsey Fellow Presents First "Dubious Polling" Awards

2009 URC Registration Deadline is March 6

CICEET Awards $299,000 for New Tool to Detect Toxic Pollutants

SBDC Hosts 'Sustaining Your Business in Challenging Times'

Alumni Association Excellence in Public Service Award 2008

Peter Paul Receives Alumni Association's Highest Honor




Making News

Yahoo News: Gregg Nomination Now Could Help Democrats Later

"If a Democrat can run in 2010 against an unknown or a relatively unknown Republican, they stand a much, much better chance of taking that seat and holding it for some time," said Andrew E. Smith, director of the University of New Hampshire's Survey Center. Read more >>