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Invitation from President Huddleston:

Please join me in Johnson Theatre on Tuesday, February 2,  at 12:40 p.m. as I present an overview of the new UNH strategic plan:  “Breaking Silos, Transforming Lives, Re-imagining UNH: The University of New Hampshire in 2020.”  This plan is the result of over a year’s work by hundreds of  faculty, staff, students, and business and community leaders.  It is a far-reaching plan that sets an ambitious vision for UNH over the next 10 years.  I look forward to sharing it with you next Tuesday so that we may  all be inspired together.

Mark W. Huddleston

Paralympics Will Take Development Coordinator Back to Her Roots
Keely Ames, development coordinator for Northeast Passage, has been chosen to work as a press officer at the X Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver.

"So Many People to Thank" Says Assistant Director of Campus Recreation
Linda Hayden never expected the outpouring of support she received during her months of recovery from cancer treatment. How to say thanks?

Snow Safety Reminder
Heads up! Anthony Zizos of campus operations wants folks to be aware of sliding snow.

Fairchild Hall To Be New Home Of UNH's International Community
As of fall 2010, the student international residential program will be housed in Fairchild Hall while Smith Hall will become the new Admissions Office.

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Focuses on Art as Medium of Change

RecycleMania Recycling Contest Underway

Spinning Cyclists 'Ride 2 Recovery' Fundraiser to Benefit Soldiers

Photojournalists' Exhibit on Darfur Opens at University Museum Feb. 8

Risks, Benefits of Expanded Gambling Probed in Community Conversations

Professor's New Book Answers 'Who Are the Mods?'

Job Loss, Water Pollution Concern Downeast Mainers, New Report Finds

As With Driving, Men Are Less Likely to Ask for Help When Shopping

Deputy Ag Secretary Speaks on Local Food at UNH Jan. 29

Last Five Years in NH Were Wettest on Record, New UNH Research Shows

UNH Launches New Graduate Program in Sustainability Politics and Policy

Making News

Newsweek: Why the palace fell  (Pedro de Alba, Professor of Civil Engineering, Earthquake Expert)
"They simply don't enforce any building codes, That alone can mean the difference between losing 100 people and losing 100,000 people. "
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