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Commencement 2009
More than 2,200 graduates received their diplomas during UNH's 139th commencement Saturday as thousands of parents, relatives and friends cheered them on.

Morning at the Landfill
Check out the slide show on Flickr of the behind-the-scenes action that brought Waste Management's landfill—and trash—to commencement.

Informational Forum on Provost Search Gathered Input
Remaining candidates can be revisited or an interim provost can be appointed: what's your idea on how to fill the provost position?

Spring Agricultural Fires Have Large Impact on Melting Arctic
Agricultural burning from areas around the world is impacting airborne pollutants in the Arctic, accelerating the melting of snow and ice.

Campus Journal switching to summer schedule
Campus Journal will be on its every-other-week summer schedule after the May 27 issue. We will publish June 10 and 24, July 8 and 22, August 5 and 19. Our regular schedule will resume Sept. 2.

Census on Campus 2010

Steep Decline, Weak Recovery Seen for New England Economy

Faculty Excellence: Classroom to Laboratory

ERDC-CRREL and UNH Form Partnership in Education

UNH Departments: Extend Your Faculty Expertise

Rural Workers to Benefit Most From Unemployment Insurance Changes

Summer Art Camp Classes Offered At The Museum Of Art

Making News

Chronicle of Higher Education: At Graduation, U. of New Hampshire Applauds Landfill Gas
When it was his turn to address graduates and their families at commencement on Saturday, the University of New Hampshire's president took advantage of the moment to make a claim you don't often hear at a graduation — that the entire ceremony was powered by landfill gas.