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Legendary Horses Exhibit at University Museum
The photo exhibit pairs horses and riders with quotations from such well-known works of literature as "Don Quixote," "The Arabian Nights," and "Cinderella."

Passings: Eugene Savage, Former Dean of Admissions; Vice-Chancellor
After serving as dean, Savage was vice president for university relations for 13 years before becoming vice chancellor and then a consultant to the chancellor.

iPhones Rival Quik-Trak Ticket Machines for Downeaster Travel
The new system allows passengers to load a special bar code on their smartphone screens; conductors can monitor check-ins in real time.

Health Care Costs Webinar June 6

Seniors Create Bicycle-Powered Washing Machine

Free Bike/Walk to Work Day Commuter Breakfast on Friday

Summer Art Camp at Museum of Art for Children and Adults

Wire Belt Company of America Named 2012 UNH Family Business of the Year

GPS-Based De-Icer Spreading System Wins 2012 Whittemore School Holloway Prize

Q&A: Conquering Language-Based Learning Disabilities with Read&Write Gold Software

Human Resources Welcomes Three New HR Partners: Adds Second Location

Carsey Institute: Earned Income Tax Credit Program Promotes Healthier Children

Getting at the Essence: Professor Speaks About the Experience of Gender in a Social World

Unprecedented View of N.H. Landscape Is Available from UNH

Making Headlines

New York Times: Pitting Child Safety Against the Family Farm (Marjorie Wood)

Last month, a proposal by the United States Department of Labor to prevent children under age 16 from working in dangerous farm jobs ignited a firestorm in conservative media outlets. Read more.

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Seeking Your Input!

With the end of the semester fast approaching we are planning now for summer content for UNH Today and Campus Journal. We're looking to administrators, faculty and staff to contribute on the following topics:

  1. What's on your summer reading list? Why? Do you have a favorite book? Author? If so, what makes them memorable?
  2. What was your first summer job? Describe it as well as where you did it, what you learned from it, and how it influenced (or didn't!) your future
  3. What was your first summer research project? Describe it as well as where you did it, what you learned from it, and how it influenced (or didn't!) your future

Photos as well as humorous anecdotes appreciated. Please send any information to Erika Mantz.

UNH Statements on Faculty Contract Negotiations, 2011-2012, can be found at www.unh.edu/facultycomp.