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Federal Stimulus Money Received for Research Tops $3 Million
UNH researchers have received stimulus money that supports projects ranging from climate change impact to volcanic eruptions.

Three Finalists Announced for Provost Position; Forums Begin July 10
Candidates for the position of provost will be available during open forums July 10, 13 and 17. A video of each forum will be posted the following day.

Democracy Imperative Conference July 8 – July 11
This national network aims to advance deliberative democracy in and through higher education. Forty workshops and roundtable discussions this week.

Athletics Launches 'Cats Care to Provide Free Tickets to Charities
Fans will help UNH athletics be able to give charities free tickets to various sporting events through new program.

Open Forums for Senior Vice Provost for Research Finalists Begin Today

SPPC Will Review Newest Working Draft on Flex Work Policy

Campus Emergency Notification System to Be Tested at UNH July 22

Diversity Director Appointed to NH Civil Rights Panel

Professor Roy Torbert Appointed to NASA Advisory Council

Annual Autism Conference Coming to UNH August 10-13

UNH Manchester Professor Named Prestigious Fulbright Scholar

Professor Publishes First Book on Asian Americans' Contributions in New England

Faculty Present Information on Bystander Violence Prevention Campaign

Rural Children More Likely Living in Cohabiting Households

UNH Manchester Faculty Member Appointed to NH Civil Rights Panel

Carsey Report: Parents Shape Coos Youth's "Stay or Go?" Decisions

Diverse Group of Aspiring Young Scientists Get SMART at UNH in July

One-On-One: Joanna Young, New UNH CIO


Making News

Wall Street Journal: New York City Sees Slide in Tourism
But the global recession has begun to take a toll even though New York should be well positioned to benefit from "staycations," in which people spend their vacations at or near their homes. About 83 million people — roughly a quarter of the U.S. population — live within 500 miles of New York, according to an analysis of Census data by Kenneth Johnson, senior demographer at the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire.