Roundabout and Bike Path to be Completed by Fall Semester
Construction now underway on Main Street near the athletic fields will extend bike paths and sidewalks along the roadway to the West Edge lot, making travel in that area of campus safer.
PAT Councilors Get Update on Moves Necessitated by New Business School
To make way for the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, buildings on Garrison Avenue will be demolished, resulting in the relocation of several departments.
Keeping Your Cool on the Job
If you're working outside and it's ninety-five degrees, slow down. Stay hydrated. And take frequent breaks.
Beat the Heat at Outdoor Pool or Mendum's Pond
As the temperature continues to climb, take advantage of one of the cooling off options available through Campus Recreation.
Campus Emergency Notification System to Be Tested Monday, July 26
UNH Deputy Chief of Police Named to National Domestic Preparedness Committee
Voluntary Water Conservation Needed
Pierce Law/UNH Affiliation Continues on Course
Franchising Center Aligns with University of Münster
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety Spotlight: Brian Cournoyer
Entitled Workers More Frustrated; More Likely to Abuse Co-Workers, Research Finds
Carsey Survey Tracks Public Perceptions of Climate Change in N.H.
New Research Shows Why Some Communities Embrace Environmental Conservation and Others Don't
Researcher Receives Nearly $400,000 to Study ADHD