January Term Faculty Applaud Third Year
The majority of classes were taught online; a few required students to be on campus while others offered study abroad opportunities.
Number of Alums in Peace Corps Moves Up UNH Ranking
Ashlei Laing '07, an education volunteer in Bulgaria, is one of 25 alumni currently serving in the Peace Corps.
Your Role in Making Health Care Decisions
Two-way communication is a good thing, especially when it comes to your health. Don't be afraid to speak up.
Grant Brings Military Teens With Disabilities to NH for Winter Sports Camps
The teens, some of whom had never seen snow before, sampled skiing, ice skating, snow tubing, and dog-sledding.
UNH Program to Support Military Veterans Goes National; More Than 30 Colleges Participating In Operation Hat Trick
Solar Flare Could Impact Earth
UNH IT Security: Protect Your Money
White House Energy, Environment and Conservation Roundtable Jan. 26
What To Do When You See A Distressful Or Threatening Situation On Campus
Companies Chosen for Green Launching Pad Funding
Diversity Series at UNH Manchester
Confucius Institute Celebrates Year of the Dragon Jan. 31
Faculty Excellence in Teaching: William C. Johnson
UNH Statements on Faculty Contract Negotiations, 2011-2012, can be found at www.unh.edu/facultycomp.
e-W2 Forms Available Online
Research Computing & Instrumentation Open House Jan. 26
Martin Luther King, Jr. Events Jan. 29-Feb. 2
URC and Holloway Competition Topic of Jan. 26 Innovation Catalyst Seminar
N.H. Author Series Presents James Patrick Kelly Jan. 29
February Snowshoe and Cross Country Skiing Clinics
UNH Writers Series Presents Tom Haines
Nominations Sought for 2012 Women's Commission Awards
Nominations Sought for Kidder Fund and Pink Triangle Awards
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New Scientist: Will the Costa Concordia become an oil-spill disaster?
(Nancy Kinner, professor of civil and environmental engineering)
"...'All this is threatened by the ship's fuel: about 2200 tonnes of heavy fuel oil and 185 tonnes of diesel, held in 17 tanks. Both fuels contain toxic compounds', says Nancy Kinner of the University of New Hampshire in Durham." (read more)