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  • Music Industry Club Hosts Concert on March 5

    Music Industry Club Hosts Concert on March 5The Music Industry Club will host a concert on Saturday, March 5, that will feature a variety of musical talents including Modern Chemistry (Rock), Shiffley (Indie Pop), Born Without Bones (Rock) and Losing Seas...
  • Entrepreneur and Intellectual Property Expert to Present March 10 Lecture

    Entrepreneur and Intellectual Property Expert to Present March 10 LectureIgnacio DeLeon, the lead innovation specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank, the largest source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean, will present a...
  • Spring Career Expo Set for March 31

    Spring Career Expo Set for March 31The Career Development Center will host a Career Expo on Thursday, March 31, from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Beckerman Recreation Center. Nearly 90 companies will attend the Career Expo to recruit students for full-time and part...
  • Bergami Family Summer Internship Program Applications Due March 30

    Bergami Family Summer Internship Program Applications Due March 30Wednesday, March 30, is the deadline for students to apply to participate in the Bergami Family Summer Internship Program, which provides eight stipends of $3,750 to support an unpaid inter...
  • MLB Senior Director of Advanced Analytics to Lecture March 7

    MLB Senior Director of Advanced Analytics to Lecture March 7Matt Horton, senior manager of advanced analytics at Major League Baseball, will present a lecture for sports management students that will take place on Monday, March 7, at 6 p.m. The lecture wi...
  • Spring Break Transportation Schedule

    Spring Break Transportation ScheduleView the transportation schedule that will be used March 10, 11 and 20. No transportation services will be operating during spring break (March 12-19). Back to the Front Page ...
  • March 9 Workshop on Writing a Federal Resume

    March 9 Workshop on Writing a Federal ResumeThe Career Development Center will host a workshop on Wednesday, March 9, at 5 p.m. to give students tips on writing a resume for a federal position. Attendees will be shown a federal job opportunity announcemen...
  • UNH Toastmasters to Present “Making Connections” March 4

    UNH Toastmasters to Present “Making Connections” March 4The UNH Toastmasters Club will host an event titled “Making Connections” on Friday, March 4, at 12:30 p.m. in the Moulton Lounge. The program will feature Darell Singleterry, director of UNH...
  • Benefits, Health and Wellness Fair Set for March 8

    Benefits, Health and Wellness Fair Set for March 8The 2016 Benefits, Health and Wellness Fair will take place on Tuesday, March 8, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Beckerman Recreation Center. The event will provide an opportunity to obtain benefits informat...
  • President Kaplan, UNH Community Members Recognized by West Haven Black Coalition

    President Kaplan, UNH Community Members Recognized by West Haven Black Coalition President Steve Kaplan was awarded the 2016 President’s Appreciation Award from the West Haven Black Coalition at its 30th annual scholarship dinner. K...
  • Women’s Leadership Conference to Explore Future of Women in STEM

    Women’s Leadership Conference to Explore Future of Women in STEM by Karen GravaDirector of Media RelationsandDave CranshawUNH Today EditorNicole Deck ’18 says she has loved science since she was a little kid. “The Discovery Chan...
  • Marine Biology Student Shares Research on Algae at Leading Conference

    Marine Biology Student Shares Research on Algae at Leading Conference by Thalia Hernandez ’17 M.A.Communications and Public Affairs Graduate AssistantOne of Amanda DeLiberto’s most memorable moments from her attendance at the rece...
  • Former Police Chief Discusses Local Implications of FBI vs. Apple

    Former Police Chief Discusses Local Implications of FBI vs. Apple“It is landmark,” said John DeCarlo, associate professor of criminal justice and former Branford police chief. “A new area of law. New area of investigation. And a new threat to privac...
  • President Kaplan, UNH Community Members Honored by West Haven Black Coalition

    President Kaplan, UNH Community Members Honored by West Haven Black CoalitionPresident Steve Kaplan; Linda Copney-Okeke ’91 A.S., ’94, ’02 M.S., director of the University’s Accessibility Resources Center; and Brehanna Thompson ’17 were all hono...
  • Computer Scientist Says Robots Will Continue to Alter the World We Live in

    Computer Scientist Says Robots Will Continue to Alter the World We Live in“That technology has really started to come together, and we have courses here that are dealing with these human robots,” said Chris Martinez, assistant professor of computer sc...
  • Economics Professors Discusses Good End-of-Winter Purchases

    Economics Professors Discusses Good End-of-Winter PurchasesBrian Marks, a practitioner-in-residence in economics, says the end of winter is a good time to get a deal on a snow blower or winter gear but not a good time to buy a car.More>> ...
  • Theater Program Presents The Maids

    Theater Program Presents The MaidsThe UNH Theater program’s production of The Maids by Jean Genet will continue from Thursday through Saturday, March 3-5, at 8 p.m. in Bucknall Theater in Dodds Hall. The play is directed by Jonathon Yukich, a lecturer i...
  • Panel Discussion on the Flint Water Crisis

    Panel Discussion on the Flint Water CrisisUNH’s environmental science program is partnering with the Current Issues Discussion committee to host a conversation on Monday, March 7, that will examine the water crisis in Flint, Mich. The event will begin a...
  • Lecture: “Bias is Absolutely Everywhere”

    Lecture: “Bias is Absolutely Everywhere”David Schroeder, associate professor of criminal justice and associate dean of the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, will present a talk on Thursday, March 10, titled “Bias is Abs...
  • Oscars Party

    Oscars PartyThe Student Committee of Programming and Events (SCOPE) will host an Oscars party on Sunday, Feb. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in café in Bartels Hall. The event is the final event of film week. There will be an array of Blu-ray boxed sets awarded to tho...