What It Really Means To Be Without Power: A View From Haiti
Judy Spiller, associate provost for Academic Achievement and Support, went to Haiti last week carrying 100 pounds of medicine. She came home with a different view of what it means to be without electricity.
Clarification Offered on Recent Union "Blue Sheet"
Chief negotiator Candace Corvey speaks to errors in the AAUP "Blue Sheet" titled "Can the University Afford a Fair Raise for Faculty?" issued in February.
CEPS Dean Candidates Scheduled for Campus Interviews
Three candidates for dean of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences will visit campus during the next few weeks and attend public forums.
UNH Sells First Renewable Energy Certificates from EcoLine™
EcoLine™ has been generating power for the campus from landfill gas since May. Last week, it began to generate revenue, too, selling its first renewable energy certificates.
Alumni Provide Textbook Scholarships
New Book Documents History of Child Survivors of Soviet Terror and Repression
Obituary: Betty Joyce Mills, Former Assistant Professor and Women's Coach
Census Expert: Rural Areas Risk Being Overlooked
UNH Athletes Go for Paralympic Gold in Vancouver
Professor's Book Examines Nation's Grief After JFK's Assassination
Census on Campus 2010