UNH Breaks Ground on Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics
The new Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics will allow UNH to expand capacity of its business programs from 1,700 to 2,500 students.
Graduate Research Conference Sees Increase in Participation; Range of Research
One hundred-thirty participants presented their research to family, friends and members of the UNH community during the eighth annual Graduate Research Conference.
PAT Staff Union Organizing Information from HR
Understand your rights and potential changes to your work environment before you make a decision.
Healthy UNH Announces Spring into Fitness! Winners
Important Benefit Changes for Employees* Hired or Re-hired On or After July 1, 2011
Volunteers Needed to Monitor Water Quality in the Oyster River
Marine Debris-to-Energy Program Debuts Map of Whale Sightings, Marine Debris
Carsey Institute: More Families Relying on Federal Heating Assistance to Stay Warm During Winter
Companies Chosen for Green Launching Pad Announced
UNH Students Vie for Holloway Prize May 11
UNH Survey Center: NH Residents Concerned About State Budget, Unsure About Causes and Solutions
Second Open Forum on Health Care Options Set for May 12
Grad Student and 2011 Grad, Mother and Son on Going to School Together