Tandem Health Advantage: What's in It for You
Tandem Health Advantage gives cash rewards to UNH benefits-eligible employees who make conscious decisions about where they have tests or other medical procedures done.
Student Senate Shows Support for Faculty and Staff
A letter from the Academic Affairs Council of the Student Senate thanks faculty and staff for their hard work and dedication during the past academic school year.
Phishing: Don't Take the Bait
The term phishing is a take on actual fishing, where you bait a hook and wait to see if you get a bite. Don't get hooked.
UNH Ocean Scientists Shed New Light on Mariana Trench
An ocean mapping expedition has shed new light on the deepest place on Earth.
Brown Bag Lecture Series at UNH Manchester Begins Feb. 22
Parents Blame Child Sex Abuse Victims More if Perpetrator is Another Youth, UNH Research Shows
NH National Guard, ROTC Help Upcycle UNH Computers: Fostering A Deeper Connection
N.H. Sea Grant Receives $2 Million for Marine Research, Extension, Education
Slide Lecture By Alum Tim Gaudreau, Eco-Artist And Photographer Tim Gaudreau Feb. 15
Carsey Institute: Americans' Knowledge of Polar Regions Up, But Not Their Concern
Food for Thought, Sidore Lecture Series at UNH Manchester
Faculty Excellence in Teaching: Clark Knowles
UNH Statements on Faculty Contract Negotiations, 2011-2012, can be found at www.unh.edu/facultycomp.
UNH Writers Series Presents Tom Haines Feb. 9
e-W2 Forms Available Online
Find a Summer Camp or a Summer Job at UNH Camp Fair Feb. 16
Nominations Sought for Presidential Award of Excellence and Staff Recognition Program
Dark Comedy About a Dysfunctional English Family on Stage at UNH
Administrative Office Professionals Conference Set for March 14
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
Nominations Sought for 2012 Women's Commission Awards
Nominations Sought for Kidder Fund and Pink Triangle Awards
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Associated Press / Cheyenne Star Herald: Wyoming rocks used for global warming study (Will Clyde / Bighorn Basin coring project)
"...“We still don't know where this carbon came from in the past. We're missing an understanding on the long–term carbon cycle of the earth.” -- UNH's Will Clyde, who heads the Bighorn Basin Coring Project." (read more)