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UNH Commits to Being Healthiest Campus Community in the Country by 2020
Lowering costs and improving overall health are key components of Healthy UNH, a program being launched this fall to help UNH achieve its goal of becoming the healthiest university in the country.



Survey Says UNH Doing Fine
Most employees at UNH think it's a great place to work, according to the comprehensive survey conducted earlier this year. Numbers are explained in the full report.


RCM Review Process and What You Can Do
Changes in leadership and a new strategic plan are prompting the review of RCM to see if it's still the best way for the university to do business.


Study: Peruvian Glacial Retreats Linked to European Events of Little Ice Age
UNH research is part of a new study on the patterns of glacier activity and climate during the Little Ice Age, helping to explain modern and future climate.


11th Annual Harvest Festival at CSDC

Service for Professor Alberto Casas Thursday, Oct. 1

Children Who Are Spanked Have Lower IQs, New Research Finds

UNH Chronicles Quest for Sustainability In New Book

Recession's Impact on Young Child Poverty Uneven Throughout Nation

Building Highly Effective Teams is Focus of Family Business Event Oct. 7

Homecoming Traffic Plan

The Presidency and Congress Topic of UNH Lecture Oct. 7

Presidential Award of Excellence – Stephen Pesci

London Travel With Assistance of CIE Grant

"Including Samuel" to Air on Public TV Nationally this Fall

Institute Receives $245,801 to Enhance Supports for Aging, Disabled Adults

UNH Celebrity Series Announces the 2009-2010 season

Mental Illness Awareness Week Oct. 4 – 10

Faculty Senate Minutes Summary Sept. 14, 2009

Faculty Senate Minutes Summary, Aug. 31, 2009

 



Making News

The Today Show's Matt Lauer and Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC's chief medical editor, discuss new research conducted by UNH Professor Murray Straus that shows children who are spanked have lower IQs.
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