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President Presents Strategic Plan to Campus Community; Calls for UNH to Reposition Itself for the Future
President Mark Huddleston presented the university's new strategic plan Tuesday to a standing room only crowd in Johnson Theatre, saying UNH must reinvent itself and become a model for the rest of higher education.



Walter And Dorothy Peterson Named Hubbard Award Recipients
Walter Peterson is a former governor of New Hampshire and past UNH interim president. His wife, Dorothy, was the first woman to serve as president of the Monadnock Community Hospital Board of Trustees.


Culinary Students Offer Weekly Dining Experiences
The Restaurant at Thompson School will feature American regional cuisine lunches on Tuesdays and international cuisine dinners on Thursday evenings beginning Feb. 16 and running through April 27.


UNH, State Partner to Bring Green Technologies to Market, Create Jobs
New partnership promotes products and services that will help reduce energy use and carbon emissions while creating new jobs and economic opportunities in New Hampshire.


Adjunct Professor Receives 2010 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award

"Shrimp Local, Eat Local" Demonstrates Shrimp Preparation Feb. 10

NASA Terrestrial Ecology Program Awards More Than $1.5 Million to UNH Researchers

UNH "Taps In" to Water Issues With Film Series, Speaker

New Report Says World Is Less Violent and More Democratic

Business School Offers Tax Preparation Help to Low-Income Residents

UNH Launches Learning Portal for Those Serving N.H. Children

UNH Administrative Office Professionals Conference Set for March 18, 2010

2009-10 Faculty Senate Minutes Summary Nov. 30, 2009


Making News

New York Times: SECOND PLACE Mount Washington has lost its distinction as the site of the fastest wind gust ever recorded on Earth. (Mary Stampone, assistant professor of geography and the New Hampshire State Climatologist)

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