Stressed Out: From the Discovery Classroom
The key in stress management is learning how to control stress for adaptive purposes, rather than be controlled by it.
Mapping Out Healthy Eating With the Help of Dining Services and Healthy UNH
A new interactive map of UNH dining halls offers nutritional information as seen on the backs of products sold in grocery stores.
Dimond Library Gets New Look
The redesign created an alcove in the computer area to centralize equipment including scanners, copiers and printers.
Passings: Evelyn Handler, First Woman President at UNH
When she left UNH in 1983, $15 million in federal funds had been secured for the construction of Morse Hall.
IBEX Team, UNH Scientist Present Mission Findings at NASA Press Conference
UNH Debuts Landmark Marriage Equality Play '8' Feb. 7 and 10
Northeast Passage Receives U.S. Paralympics Grants for Disabled Veterans Activities
Crimes Against Children Research Center Receives $217,000 To Help Victims of Child Pornography
UNH Scientists: Sun Delivered Curveball of Powerful Radiation at Earth
New UNH Exhibit Showcases Cultural Exchange Between N.H. Elementary School Students
N.H. Bishop Robinson to Discuss Marriage Equality Play '8' at UNH Feb. 7
UNH Joins Maine, Vt. Partners to Launch Regional Health Care Reform Network
UNH Research: U.S. Hospitality Industry Often Reluctant to Hire People with Disabilities
Faculty Senate Meeting Minutes Summary Nov. 28, 2011
Faculty Excellence in Teaching: Deborah Kinghorn
UNH Statements on Faculty Contract Negotiations, 2011-2012, can be found at www.unh.edu/facultycomp.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Events Feb. 1-Feb. 2
e-W2 Forms Available Online
Traditional Jazz Series Presents The Matt Wilson Group Feb. 27
Liberty Mutual Auto/Home Insurance On-Campus Consultations
Remind Students: Financial Aid Deadline March 1
Next PACES Training Feb. 16
Staff Professional Development Grant Deadline March 1
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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Washington Post: Reading is not a race: The virtues of the 'slow reading' movement ( Thomas Newkirk, professor of English)
"It is about an intimacy with authors; it is about paying attention, about caring, about rereading and savoring what we read. It is about finding the right pace. About pleasure more than efficiency." (read more)