Federal Funds Aid Wildcat Transit
Wildcat Transit will add year-round, weekday bus service to Rochester via Route 125 and install GPSs on buses thanks to federal funding.
Parking Changes Set for Summer 2011
A reorganization of parking lots in the Garrison Avenue area will provide more core campus parking for faculty, staff and visitors while reducing it for residents.
New Book Chronicles N.H.'s Women's Sawmill of WWII
During WWII the U.S. Forest Department turned to a female workforce to staff a new sawmill on the outskirts of Concord.
Open Forums for Candidates for Carsey Institute Director
Spring State-of-the-Art Lecture Series April 20 and May 11
Program to Address Direct Care Workforce Shortage
Artist Janvier Rollande Presents Slide Lecture April 6
Evolution of Wire Belt Co. Topic of UNH CEO Forum March 31
Faculty Excellence Profiles: Excellence in Teaching Award
UNH In The News
Wisconsin State Journal: More people to be charged with child abuse for alleged Biblical punishment methods (Murray Straus)
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