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Carel Chapman Movable Book Collection Offers Whimsical Exhibit
The UNH Museum is busy cataloging the hundreds of pop-up books donated by Carel Chapman, who has been collecting them for more than 20 years.


CSDC Celebrates Children, Families, and the Fall Harvest
The Child Study and Development Center's annual Harvest Festival gave children and their families the chance to celebrate the coming of fall.


Barbara Arrington to Take on Major Review of Health Practitioner Education
Barbara Arrington will be stepping aside as dean to undertake a detailed study of the future role of UNH in educating health professionals.


Beware: Lock Your Car; Break-ins Reported

Search Committee Names for Dean and Director, UNHM

Anthropology Student Helps Discover Confederate Soldier's Homestead in Belize

UNH Receives Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility

Get to Know the Coast at UNH Marine Labs Oct. 15

UNH Receives National Science Foundation Grant to Study Changes in Climate, Population, and Land Use in Africa

One Million More Children Living in Poverty, New Census Data Shows

NH Listens Convenes Statewide Community Conversations on Outdoor Recreation

How to Avoid Common Mistakes Topic of UNH Center for Family Business Event Oct. 5

UNH School of Law Names Calvin Massey First Daniel Webster Distinguished Professor of Law

On the Bookshelf

“Conduct Books for Girls in Enlightenment France” by Nadine Bérenguier, professor of French. 
Ash gate Publishing, 2011. 


"The Art Museum", Islamic art section written by Ethel Sara Wolper, associate professor of the history of Islam and the Middle East department of history.
Phaidon Press 2011.

UNH In The News

U.S. News and World Report/HealthDay News: Extra Pounds Linked to Weaker Legs in Older Women (Dain LaRoche)

Two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese and the number of elderly people is expected to double by 2030, which means a large part of the population could be at risk for disability due to loss of muscle mass, lead author Dain LaRoche, an assistant professor of kinesiology, explained in a university news release.