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John Aber Named Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
The search for a new provost has ended with the appointment of John Aber, one of three finalists for the job.



Shaheen Announces $750,000 for Center for Ocean Renewable Energy
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen visited UNH last week and toured the ocean engineering facility after announcing the center would receive new funding.


Discrimination and Harassment Training Online
An online course on harassment and discrimination is ready for staff members to take. Faculty will wait until October.



Memorial Service for Joe Durocher, Professor of Hospitality Management
Joe Durocher taught until the last few months of his life, saying, "When I'm in the classroom, I don't have cancer."


It's Only a Drill! National Guard Conducts Emergency Exercises; MUB Closed Friday, Aug. 14

UNH On "Green Honor Roll" Of Top 15 Sustainable Colleges

Annual Autism Conference Coming to UNH August 10-13

Writing Instructor's Memoir Named To Oprah's Summer Reading List

Annual Summer Residential Program Helps Launch Young Scientists

French Professor Spends Academic Year in France

Genetics Collaborative Awards $100K for Innovative Projects

Music Professor Releases New CD

UNH Celebrity Series Announces the 2009-2010 Season

China and Inner Mongolia Preschools Studied by Professors and Students

European Music Competition for Music Professor

Professor Explores Study Abroad in New Zealand

Excellence in Teaching: Mary Rhiel, Associate Professor of German

Professor Presents Paper in Hong Kong

UNH Report: NH Refugees Get Most Support From Communities, Not Social Services


Making News

New York Times: U.S. Pushes for Law of the Sea Ratification as New Arctic Mapping Project Begins
"The ice conditions this year are very similar to last year, perhaps approaching those of 2007," said Larry Mayer of the University of New Hampshire's Center for Ocean and Coastal Mapping. "That said, what really matters when ships are operating are local ice conditions. And even in minimal ice years, you can get a lot of local ice."
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