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President Huddleston Encourages Volunteering for Commencement
More than 11,000 programs will be passed out during commencement, which is why President Mark Huddleston is asking everyone to lend a hand Saturday, May 23.

MFA Student Was Embedded Journalist in Iraq
A UNH graduate student traveled to Iraq twice to work as an embedded photo journalist and is now using his experiences for his thesis.

10th URC Features More Than 850 Students, April 17-25
The 2009 Undergraduate Research Conference that starts Friday, April 17, will be the biggest and broadest UNH has ever had. Don't miss it.


OS Council Supportive of Wage Freeze
Representatives of OS employees across campus support a wage freeze for everyone in hopes it will save jobs.

UNH and Social Media: Not Just for Kids

UNH Celebrates Opening of Betty and Barney Hill Collection April 17

Sing a Song

New Policy Protects University System and All Computer Users

Coos County Wind Project Would Create 550 Jobs, Contribute $40.6M to Economy

STEREO Spacecraft Provide Unprecedented Insight Into Solar Storms

Varley Named UNH Hospitality Alumnus of the Year

State Climatologist: Spring Flooding in Southeastern NH Appears Unlikely

Professor Presents Research At Philosophy of Education Society Conference

Making News

Concord Monitor: Proposed wind farm is good for North Country
The $250 million project would have significant benefits for the local economy. Its multiplying effect would lead to the creation of 550 jobs in the next two years, including well-paying construction jobs. (Ross Gittell, James R Carter Professor at UNH)