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Discovery Program Gets Final Approval
The redesigned general education curriculum known as the Discovery Program, which has been rolled out in stages, will be fully implemented now that the Faculty Senate has given its approval.

Stonyfield Yogurt CE-Yo 2009 Commencement Speaker
Yogurt maker, author and environmental advocate Gary Hirshberg will deliver the keynote address at UNH's 139th commencement. Hirshberg has overseen Stonyfield Farm for the last 26 years.

Long-term Care Insurance Available to Eligible Employees
Whether in a nursing home or your own home, this new voluntary insurance program will help plan for future care. Informational meetings will provide the details.

Acclaimed Documentary "On the Lake" Showing March 11
Never-before-seen footage and on-camera accounts help tell the story of TB survivors at a remote Rhode Island hospital that opened in 1905 as a TB sanatorium.

Obama Administration and Economic Crisis Topic of Lecture March 2

Northeast Passage Introduces Disabled Veterans to Paralympic Sport

UNH Researchers Studying Spiny Dogfish, Gulf of Maine’s Mini Shark

2008 Faculty Excellence Award- Excellence Through Diversity

UNH Technology Master Plan in Progress

Faculty Senate Minutes Summary Feb. 9, 2009

Aliouche Named Associate Director of Franchising Center


Making News

Portland Press: Seagrass decline may be a sign of pollution (Fred Short)

"(Eelgress) tells us what the whole ecosystem is doing and it's very important to the maintenance of the whole coastal zone," said Fred Short, a University of New Hampshire scientist who delivered the keynote address.