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Fuld Named Dean of College of Liberal Arts
Kenneth Fuld has been named dean of the College of Liberal Arts after serving as the college's interim dean following the retirement of Dean Marilyn Hoskin in May 2008.

Administrative Assistant is Poet at Heart
"Poetry is nearer to vital truth than history." (Plato). Read about Katie Umans' truth.

Descendant of Hamilton Smith Visits Building Namesakes
A stroll around campus gave Congreve Hamilton Quinby the chance to see, literally, where his name came from.

UNH and UNH Chapter of AAUP at Impasse; Process Continues with Mediation
Contract negotiations between the administration and the UNH chapter of the American Association of University Professors are at impasse. The next step in the process is mediation.

Doing Your Part For Energy's Sake

Two Appointments Invigorate the Legacy of James H. Hayes at UNH

Poinsettia Trials Open House Is Dec. 3 – 5, 2009

Foundation Director Receives Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year Award

Two UNH Faculty Receive $1.4 million in CAREER Grants from NSF

Journalist, UNH Adjunct Professor Discusses Three Tours in Iraq Nov. 17

Cooperative Extension Aids Military Kids with Hero Packs

Faculty Senate Minutes Summary Nov. 2, 2009


Making News

Chicago Tribune: Midwest Collaboration aims to build stronger investment for startups
Just nine percent of small companies with employees get angel funding, according to Jeffrey Sohl, director of the Center for Venture Research at the University of New Hampshire. And that's unlikely to increase in the near future, he said.
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