"Shadows Fall North," a new documentary film produced by the UNH Center for the Humanities in collaboration with Atlantic Media Productions explores the Black experience in New Hampshire, historically and today, focusing on the work of two historians and activists, Valerie Cunningham of Portsmouth and JerriAnne Boggis of Milford.
The film, conceived by Burt Feintuch, the Center's director,...
Researchers with the NH Agricultural Experiment Station have completed the first assessment of the state’s native bee population, providing wildlife experts with the first comprehensive list of the Granite State’s more than 100 native bees that includes nearly 20 bee species that had not been previously documented in the state.
Sandra Rehan, assistant professor of biological sciences at UNH, and...
A look back on my first year as the UIC’s Graduate Assistant
My name is Kyle Rodriguez, a fourth year PhD candidate in the Chemistry Department; here’s a look back at the past year working as the Graduate Assistant in the UIC.
As the school year winds down, I cannot help but reflect on the past year as the UIC’s graduate assistant. For the past three years I have been a General Chemistry TA,...
Even after the budget-sequestration vote of 2013 put a cap on government agencies’ spending, the Department of Defense was determined to maintain its support for basic research. Now that Congress has temporarily lifted the caps, the department is eager to expand research partnerships at American universities.
By Paul Basken April 20, 2016
On Friday, May 6, 2016 the University of New Hampshire will be celebrating scores of work anniversaries for employees who have made their careers with UNH. RCC is particularly proud to be a place where exceptional staff come to stay.
The following RCC staff members will be acknowledged:
Mark Maciolek – 20 years
Philip Collins – 15 years
Christine Jamiol – 15 years
Robert St. Lawrence – 15...