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UNH Employees Spread Diversity Message
High school students involved in a recent discussion on diversity are on the path to becoming role models in their community.


N.H. Authors Series Presents Sci-fi Writer James Patrick Kelly Jan. 29
Kelly’s short novel, “Burn,” won the Science Fiction Writers of America’s Nebula Award in 2007.


Sustainability on Display at Museum of Art
Internationally acclaimed artist and cultural activist Chris Jordan visualizes statistics related to America's consumerism, social problems, and addictions.


Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Focuses on the Politics of Wealth and Social Justice Jan. 29-Feb. 2, 2012

UNH Center for Family Business Hosts Seminar on Successful Family Business Transitions Jan. 18

State-Funded Grants for Research Available for New Hampshire Companies

Cooperative Extension Establishes Partnership with More Than Wheels

Faculty Excellence: Thomas D. Birch

UNH Energy Office - Profile in Sustainability

Cooperative Extension Reorganizes in Response to State Funding Cut; Changes Will Continue to Provide Programs throughout the State

UNH Law Professor Receives Lifetime Achievement Award


Making Headlines

Wall Street Journal: Who Sounds More Presidential? (Danielle Pillet-Shore, Assistant Professor of Communication)

Why does Mitt Romney "sound" more presidential to some people? WSJ's Andy Jordan sits down with conversation analyst Danielle Pillet-Shore to dissect some of the Republican candidate speech patterns in one debate over the weekend. (watch video)