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State of the University Sept. 15
Join President Mark W. Huddleston at the State of the University address Sept. 15, 2011, 12:40 to 2 p.m. in the Granite State Room as he reflects on the challenges, accomplishments, and milestones of the past year, and looks ahead to 2012.



PhD Candidates Walking to Support Professor
Four members of the English department's PhD program have pledged to raise money to help in the fight against breast cancer in honor of professor Cristy Beemer.


University Community Remembers Sept. 11
On Friday, Sept. 9, the UNH community gathered to honor the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.


No Merger of CEPS, COLSA and EOS; Grad School Still Under Review
An exploratory group has concluded there is no advantage to the merger. Read Provost John Aber's letter.


University Day Picnic and Student Activities Fair Photos

Hubbard and Pettee Award Recipients Announced

UNH Research Leveraging Initiative Awards Made to Eight Interdisciplinary Teams

For Northeast Passage Cyclists, No Hill Is Too High - Three Notch Century Raises Money; Awareness

Debut of New Anti-bullying Curriculum Oct 4

Celebrate the Harvest at UNH's Local Harvest Dinner Sept. 21

Supplemental Retirement Account Information

New UNH Data Tests the Exercise "Talk Test"

Planet Fitness Executive, Alum Speaks at UNH CEO Forum Sept. 29

UNH Horse Trials Mark 40th Anniversary Oct. 1 - 2

Pop-up Book Exhibition Opens Sept. 16 at UNH Museum

Fall into Fitness Competition Starts Oct. 3

UNH In The News

U.S. News & World Report: How to Make a Smooth Transition to College (UNH study)

A 2007 analysis of an earlier study, known as the College Internet Use Study, by researchers at the University of New Hampshire and the University of Maryland–Baltimore County found that instant messaging is generally good for social ties while gaming isn't.