Thankfulness Abounds Around Campus
Football, colleagues, grandchildren, jobs, our country. These are a few of the things for which UNH employees give thanks.
Service Dog Makes the Grade and Graduates
Kathy Mandsager, program coordinator for UNH's Coastal Response Research Center, has successfully trained another service dog. Yaeger graduated.
2009 Flexible Spending Account Funds Still Good in 2010
Employees who re-enroll in a healthcare FSA can continue to access 2009 funds until March 15, 2010.
UNH's Relay for Life Teams Honored with National Top 5 Per Capita Youth Award for 2009
The UNH chapter of Relay for Life has earned an award from the American Cancer Society for fundraising efforts.
Reward Offered in UNH Halloween Assault
Holiday Skating Party Dec. 9; President's Holiday Party Dec. 15
UNH Historian Pens New Book on How Nation Denied Liberty to a Free Black Man
New Research: Filtering and Blocking Software Reduces Exposure of Youth to Unwanted Explicit Content Online
Professor Receives Nearly $500,000 to Research Environmentally Significant Plants
Have an Unplugged Holiday
Survey: NH's Mental Health Services Are Reduced as Challenges Continue
Athletics Ranked Second In The Nation Among Public Institutions In Graduation Success Rate
Interstellar Space is Professor's Frontier of Choice
Bookstore Sale Dec. 3 and 4
Poinsettia Trials Open House Dec. 3 – Dec. 5
Evergreen Fair Dec. 3 and 4
Don't Stress Seminar Dec. 15
Campus Parking Ban
World AIDS Day Marked By Photography Exhibit
Concert and Symphonic Bands Performs Dec. 8
Durham's Winter Parking Ban Nov. 1 – April 1
Wind Symphony Concert Dec. 1
Important Reminder From UNH IT – Change Your Computer Passwords
Museum of Art Book Discussion Group
Free Light Therapy for Seasonal Depression
Open Access Week
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Foster's: UNH historian pens book on how nation denied liberty to a free black man (Bill Harris, professor of history at UNH) Read >>