Public Art to Be Installed Outside PCAC
"Dance of the Ray," a granite sculpture created by UNH alum Gary Smith will grace the entrance of the Paul Creative Arts Center this fall, becoming the second piece of public art on campus.
In a Roundabout Way: Construction on Campus
Several big construction projects, including the newly-built roundabout on Main Street, are winding down in time for students to return to campus in a few weeks.
Revenue Generating Ideas Collected by PAT Council Forwarded to President Huddleston Discussions by PAT Council representatives on ways the university might increase revenue led to a list of ideas that have been sent to President Mark Huddleston for consideration.
Hersey House Scheduled to be Torn Down Aug. 23
A building obtained by the university in 1971 from New Hampshire architect Irving Hersey will be demolished next week to begin clearing the site of UNH's future business school.
Geologist Restores Historical Relief Map of Northern New England
Parking Permits Renew for Automatic Enrollees
UNH Research: More Freshmen Starting College With Outdoor Orientation
Researcher's Book Traces History of Contentious U.S.-Mexico Immigration Policy
UNH Hazardous Materials and Waste Shipping Programs Pass Inspection
Historian's New Book Details Evolution of Civil Rights History
Faculty Concert Series
"Just say the Name or Department You Would Like to Call"
Staff Development Grant Deadline Sept. 8
NHAES Research Field Day Aug 26
Salary Increase Info
2010 Official Campus Map Now Available
Fish & Lobster CSF
Massage Therapy at Health Services
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