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Stormwater Permit Being Renewed
The management of the UNH stormwater program is being transferred from the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS) to Energy and Campus Development (ECD).

Unique UNH Program Develops Paralympic-Level Winter Athletes
UNH is the only school in the country that has athletes with disabilities training alongside able-bodied athletes for winter sports.

Timberland Co. and Bill Bartlett, Jr., 2009 Granite State Award Recipients
A footwear maker with a reputation for sound environmental practices and a former New Hampshire senator will receive awards for outstanding community service during this year's commencement.

Clean and Green Soap to be Used
Green soap is coming to campus. Environmentally friendly and SUDs-stainable.

NOTE: Campus Journal will resume publication on March 25, 2009.
Have a safe spring break!

Be Part of the Solution: Submit Cost-Saving and Revenue Generating Ideas

Spring Comes Early at Greenhouse Open House March 27 – 28

Holt Hockey Archives Launches Original Hockey Guidebook Online

Build a Sailboat in a Weekend Workshop

Students Head to Big Easy for Lesson on Complex Culture of New Orleans

School Choice is Topic of Sidore Lecture March 25

2008 Faculty Excellence in Teaching

Faculty Senate Minutes Summary February 23, 2009

Making News

Christian Science Monitor: Colleges wean off fossil fuels

The University of New Hampshire in Durham plans to provide 80 percent of its heating and electrical needs by buying and burning methane gas given off by a landfill a few miles away, making it the first university in the United States to be fueled primarily by landfill methane gas.