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Chainsaw Art at the Thompson School
Students in the culinary arts and nutrition program recently learned how to wield a chainsaw to make an ice sculpture.

Help Avoid “Vampire Energy Loss” During Break: Power Down
Powering down during winter break will save money and help reduce emissions.

Students Raise More Than $4,000 for Pease Greeters Scholarship Fund
The scholarship honors the co-founder of the Pease Greeters and will be used to support a student who is affiliated with the military.

Help Students Get Their Stories Told

UNH Hires Head of Corporate Relations to Strengthen Partnerships with State's Businesses

Tip of the Month: How to Wipe Your iOS Device Using OWA

Unwanted Online Sexual Exposures Decline for Youth, New UNH Research Finds

2011 in Books and Recordings

UNH Faculty Ranked Among the Nation's Best Researchers

Faculty Excellence Profile: W. Kelley Thomas

“Button Up N.H.” Weatherization Workshops to be Held Throughout State

Businesses Invited to Team Up With UNH Information Systems Students

OS Council Elects 2012 Officers

Making Headlines

NYTimes blog: For Older Runners, Good News and Bad (Timothy Quinn / UNH Exercise Science)

" ... “It was quite a surprise,” said Timothy Quinn, a professor of exercise science at the University of New Hampshire and lead author of the study. “Economical runners perform better than less-economical runners. And contrary to our expectations, economy did not decline with age.” .." (read more)