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President Dean Delivers 2024 State of the University Address

President Dean Delivers 2024 State of the University Address

UNH President James W. Dean Jr. delivered his final State of the University address to the UNH community from the Strafford Room in the Memorial Union Building on Tuesday, Feb. 13, focusing his message around three themes: purpose, progress and pride. He noted that this is a "pivotal moment for our... Read More

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