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James Ryan: Finalist for Homeland Security Award
The Homeland Security Award is designed to promote innovations in the detection, prevention, and response to threats against the United States.

Computer Security Training on Identity Finder
Identity Finder is a software program that locates confidential and restricted information on a computer that can then be permanently removed or secured.

Young and Bennett Are Interim Replacements for David Proulx
Joanna Young will serve as interim assistant vice president for finance and Sari Bennett interim associate vice president of human resources and chief human resource officer.

RCI Renovated; Open House Sept. 28

Study: Overweight Older Women Have Less Leg Strength, Power

Balloon-based Experiment to Measure Gamma Rays 6,500 Light Years Distant

UNH Receives Prestigious Sloan Award for Excellence in Workplace Flexibility

N.H. Authors Series Presents Tor Seidler Oct. 16

Tips for Using UNH IT Computer Repair Services

Flu Clinics Oct. 5, 10 & 25

UNH PrintSmart Program Update

Next Generation Matters: Presidential Candidates Invited for Conversations with UNH Business and Law Students


Research Computing & Instrumentation Center is Award Finalist

A Web-based oil spill response tool developed by UNH's Research Computing & Instrumentation Center (RCI) was one of four finalists for the prestigious Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal for Homeland Security. Read more.

On the Bookshelf

"Capturing Japan in Nineteenth-Century New England Photography Collections"
by Eleanor M. Hight, professor of art history
Ashgate Publishing, 2011

"Phaedra and Other Plays"
Seneca (author), R. Scott Smith (editor, translator, introduction), associate professor of classics
Penguin Classics, 2011

UNH In The News

Boston Herald: NH gets new Roman Catholic bishop (Michele Dillon)

Michele Dillon, a scholar of Catholicism and professor of sociology at the University of New Hampshire, said while McCormack's legacy has been somewhat tainted by the scandal, in many respects, most Catholics seem to have moved beyond it.