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The residents of Hubbard Hall wish you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

“Haiku You” Inspired by Japanese Exhibits at Museum of Art
Ancient pond
Frog leaps
Splash! - Basho


From the Discovery Classroom: Writing to the Topic
Students in Krista Jackman's English 401 class use the University Dialogue as one semester-long writing prompt.


Cutting Medical Costs Through Generic Drug Use
Generic prescription drugs can cost as much as 80 percent less than brand names, depending on the medication.


Annual Auction and Skating Party Dec. 12; President's Open House Dec. 15
Lace up your skates for the holiday skating party. Proceeds from this year's silent auction will support the Pease greeters.


Building Capacity Brick by Brick

Faculty Excellence Profile: Nancy Kinner

During Critical Christmas Shopping Season, Consumer Habits of Generations X and Y Present Tricky Mix for Marketers

Theater and Dance Students Chosen by Tony Winner

Economist: Weak Global, U.S. Economic Conditions Slowing New England Economic Growth and Recovery

See How You Can Eat Healthy: Watch Dining Services Video

Faculty Senate Minutes Summary Oct. 31, 2011

Kudos

Deziel Receives NAFSA Association of International Educators Award

John H. Deziel, international employee specialist in the Office of International Students and Scholars, recently received the NAFSA Association of International Educators' James Leck Distinguished Service Award for Region XI in recognition of his significant contribution to international education. Deziel is the N.H. state representative for NAFSA.

Malcolm Smith Receives “Stand Up For Children Award”

Malcolm Smith, Cooperative Extension family life and policy specialist and associate professor of family studies, received the Stand Up for Children Award from Every Child Matters, a children's advocacy organization. Mary Lou Beaver, executive director of New Hampshire's Every Child Matters, called Smith “a tireless, powerful advocate for children, who has helped our legislature pass key legislation, a passionate educator who has helped New Hampshire parents learn, and a unique researcher who uses his skills to make this state a better place to live.”