Catch! Connecting the Seacoast and UNH

A monthly e-newsletter highlighting public events, news and features from UNH Durham.

 

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Explore: University Day

Get to know hundreds of student orgs

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unh research dairy barn

Kickoff! Fireworks, parade, giveaways

Football home opener Sept. 8

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movies at the mub

Ocean Discovery Day

All ages, all marine science -- all fun!

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Local Events

The UNH Museum of Art invites the public to fall exhibits, lectures and receptions.

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Sept. 5

Researchers are looking for volunteers to catch green crabs, an invasive species that harms local crab populations. The project will study how the crabs can be used for food.

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Sept. 7

UNH faculty Jenni Cook, soprano, and Hsiang Tu, piano, are joined by guest harpist Sorana Scarlat. Free and open to the public.

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Sept. 7

Learn about the Gulls of Appledore Project at "The Secret Lives of Gulls," offering insights from over 15 years of gull research on Appledore Island.” Creek Farm, Portsmouth.

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Sept. 12

Learn how you can help the monarch butterfly, which has seen its population plummet 90 percent over the past two decades.

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Sept. 14, 15

The New England Fall Astronomy Festival brings a fun-filled weekend to the UNH Observatory. Special guest is Fran Bagenal, a planetary physicist from the University of Colorado in Boulder.

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Sept. 15

Military families are invited to enjoy a day exploring the rocky shores and rich marine history of Star Island.

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Sept. 20

The NH International Seminar presents Katherine Mills, research scientist at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute.

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Sept. 22

UNH Music welcomes back trombonist Brian Lew '13 for a masterclass and concert.

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Sept. 24

Classical guitarist Jon Paul Yerby, who has performed across four continents and served on the faculty of several major universities, presents a workshop and concert.

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K-12 schools, Sept. 28.

Public, Sept. 29

Touch a horseshoe crab, drive a remotely operated vehicle, and map the ocean floor at the University of New Hampshire’s Ocean Discovery Day! School groups: Sept. 28. Public: Sept. 29

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Sept. 27

Ada Limón is the author of five books of poetry, including Bright Dead Things, which was named a finalist for the 2015 National Book Award in Poetry.

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