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New England Center at UNH to Close June 30, 2010
The New England Center, UNH's hotel and conference center, will be shuttered next June due to economic challenges.

Chemical Reduction at Parsons Meets 10 Percent Goal Ahead of Schedule
When the renovation to Parsons Hall begins in 2011, the number of chemicals used in research or teaching will be reduced by more than 10 percent.

Project54 Ten Years Strong
Safety first: police officers across the state are using hands-free technology developed at UNH to operate equipment in their patrol cars.

Scientific "Spy" Plane Photographs UNH/Durham Area From Near Space
Photographs taken by a NASA plane of campus and the town of Durham will help scientists study the chemical makeup of trees and their influence on global temperatures.

New ID Numbers for Faculty and Staff Coming

Student Health Benefit Plan Identified as a Model Plan for Health Care Reform

Passing: Joe Durocher, Professor of Hospitality Management

Emissions-Free Produce

First Group of Italian EcoGastronomy Students on Campus

Graduate Students Pitch in on State Budget Analysis

U.S.-EU Environmental Politics at a Crossroads, Professor Says

UNH Choirs Participate in Prestigious European Competition

Center for Venture Research: Angel Investors, VCs Look at IPOs Differently

Making News

Providence Journal:  R.I. unemployment rate climbs to second-worst in nation
"Rhode Island really does stand out in comparison to the other New England states," said Ross Gittell, vice president and forecast manager for the New England Economic Partnership. Gittell noted that all the other states in New England have unemployment rates below the national average, while Rhode Island's is significantly higher.