UNH Announces Best Fundraising Year in a Decade
President Huddleston credited the work of the development staff who proactively reached out to previous donors as well as reaching 3,376 new donors this year.
Associate Vice President for Facilities Testifies On Energy Use
Paul Chamberlin testified before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power in support of bipartisan energy-improvement legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Charles F. Bass.
Set in Stone: Masons' Skills Shine in Paul School Wall
The illusion is that the stones, somehow, conspired to fit together so perfectly. There's not one stone in there that's the same.
Tandem Health Care: It Pays to Shop Around
By using Tandem's price shopping program you can receive cash rewards of between $20 and $200 while helping the university save hundreds of dollars on health care.
High Schoolers Reach 105K Feet with History-Making UNH Scientific Balloon
President Huddleston Joins Other Higher Ed Leaders in Plea for Bipartisan Leadership
ADVANCE Program Awards Grants to Women in Leadership, Collaborations in Science
UNH Ocean Scientists Get Funds for Continued Coastal Water Monitoring
Carsey Institute at UNH: More Inexperienced Teachers Found in Rural, Poor, and High-Minority Schools
UNH Police Department Hires New Officers; Promotes Bourn to Sergeant
Operating Staff Council Elects New Members
Blackboard SP 9 Upgrade on August 12
Grad Certificate Course in Geospatial Science Begins Aug. 13
College of Liberal Arts Faculty Promotions
UNH Graduate School Manchester Campus Information Session, Tuesday, Aug. 7
UNH Kindergarten Accepting Applications
New Requirements for Public Health Service (PHS) Research Funding
Reminder: Turn in Your Faculty/Staff Tuition Benefit Forms
Holloway Commons Summer Hours
Learn About Two New Graduate Degrees at Granite State College Aug. 8
Request for Proposals: 2012-2013 Liberal Arts & Sustainability
Biofeedback Offered At Health Services
UNH Office of Conduct & Mediation Seeks Volunteers
MUB Copy Center Summer Hours
Dining Office Summer Hours
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New England Board of Higher Education Journal: Morrill at 150: What Would Justin Do? (Mark Huddleston)