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President Announces Search Committee for Senior Vice Provost for Research
A search committee has been formed to find the right candidate for the position of senior vice provost of research, which replaces the position of vice president of research.

UNH/Franklin Pierce Law Center Merger Open Forum May 15
A possible merger with Franklin Pierce Law Center will be discussed May 15. Mark your calendar.

Employees Help Relay for Life Surpass Goals
Every step made a difference to someone with cancer as more than 45 UNH employees walked or ran for 24 hours to help raise money to fight the disease. See how much UNH has raised in six years.

UNH Celebrates Walk New Hampshire Week
It's never too late to make exercise a part of your daily life and if you're looking for a little motivation, join the UNH and Durham communities as they kick off Walk New Hampshire.

Therapeutic Riding Program Continues Until A Full Review Is Complete

New Research: Social Stress Linked to Increased Dating Violence

UNH Expands Direct Entry Master's in Nursing; Open House May 13

Commute "Green" Next Week

Graduate Painters Present New Work at Museum Of Art

Excellence in Teaching: Alynna Lyon, Assistant Professor of Political Science

New Cross-Cultural Nursing Program Initiated In Mexico

Researchers Find Tree-Killing Hurricanes Could Contribute to Global Warming

May is Sick Pool Conversion Month



Making News

WBZ-TV: Scientist Tracks Trees Coming Back to Life
"The most important factor affecting whether it's an early spring with early green up or a later spring is air temperature," said University of New Hampshire ecologist Andrew Richardson. "In a warmer spring, buds develop more quickly and the leaves expand more rapidly."