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  • Study Abroad Showcase

    Study Abroad ShowcaseThe Study Abroad Office will host a showcase on Wednesday, March 2 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Bartels Programming Space. As part of the event, students who have studied abroad will discuss their experiences. Back ...
  • Graph Visualizes Thousands of Tweets about Apple and #NoBackDoor

    Graph Visualizes Thousands of Tweets about Apple and #NoBackDoor by Karen GravaDirector of Media RelationsA recent study titled ForYOO (Form Your Own Opinion) by researchers from UNH and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR...
  • UNH Chemists and Yale Scientists Contribute to Leukemia Drug Discovery

    UNH Chemists and Yale Scientists Contribute to Leukemia Drug Discovery by Karen GravaDirector of Media RelationsUntil 1970, the survival rate for a child with leukemia was just 10 percent. Today, 90 percent of children with leukemia w...
  • Biology Professor Makes Breakthrough in Lyme Disease Research

    Biology Professor Makes Breakthrough in Lyme Disease Research by Karen GravaDirector of Media RelationsMany of the 300,000 patients who contract Lyme disease each year know that curing it isn’t easy. Often, it seems to recur as soon...
  • Up ‘til Dawn Campaign Raises $111,000 and Counting for St. Jude

    Up ‘til Dawn Campaign Raises $111,000 for St. Jude UPDATED MARCH 1by Thalia Hernandez ’17 M.A.Communications and Public Affairs Graduate AssistantJulianne Toce ’17 has witnessed firsthand the impact that cancer can have. The dis...
  • Panel Discussion: Tackling Homelessness in New Haven

    Panel Discussion: Tackling Homelessness in New HavenOn Tuesday, March 1, the Office of Academic Service Learning will present a lecture titled “Tackling Homelessness in New Haven.” The event, which will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the Alumni Lounge in Barte...
  • Panel Discussion Examines Implicit Biases Between Police and the Public

    Panel Discussion Examines Implicit Biases Between Police and the PublicThe UNH Police department will host a panel discussion on Thursday, March 10, titled “Implicit Biases in Courts/Police and the Public.” The program will begin at 6 p.m. in the Alum...
  • Military Veterans of UNH Assembling Care Packages for Troops

    Military Veterans of UNH Assembling Care Packages for TroopsThe Military Veterans of UNH student group is collecting items that will be used in care packages that will be sent to troops serving in Afghanistan. UNH community members can bring items to the ...
  • Nominations for Faculty Excellence Awards Due March 15

    Nominations for Faculty Excellence Awards Due March 15Students, faculty and staff are invited to submit nominations for this year’s Faculty Excellence Awards in the following categories: •    Excellence in Teaching, Full-Time Faculty•    Excel...
  • Chargers Write 800 Thank-You Notes as Part of Student Engagement and Philanthropy Month

    Chargers Write 800 Thank-You Notes as Part of Student Engagement and Philanthropy MonthStudents wrote more than 800 thank-you notes as part of the University’s participation in the fourth worldwide Student Engagement and Philanthropy month. “The goal ...
  • First-Year Students, Seniors Encouraged to Complete NSSE Survey

    First-Year Students, Seniors Encouraged to Complete NSSE SurveyFirst-year students and seniors are encouraged to complete the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSEE) survey that was sent to their UNH email. All students who complete the survey will b...
  • 24/7 Library Hours Through May 11

    24/7 Library Hours Through May 11The Peterson Library will be open on a 24/7 schedule through Wednesday, May 11. Only members of the UNH community with a valid, current UNH ID will have access to the facility by swiping their UNH ID at the card reader by ...
  • Academic Facilities Planning Meeting Set for March 9

    Academic Facilities Planning Meeting Set for March 9UNH’s Facilities Planning Committee (FPC) will host an overview presentation on Wednesday, March 9, titled “The Next Five Years: Including the New Academic Building.” The program begins at 8:30 a.m...
  • Campus Advising Network Program on First-Year Writing Program and Math Zone

    Campus Advising Network Program on First-Year Writing Program and Math ZoneThe Centers for Academic Success and Advising (CASA) will host a Campus Advising Network on Monday, Feb. 29, that will feature Mary Isbell, director of the first-year writing progr...
  • English Professor Discusses His Life and Career

    English Professor Discusses His Life and CareerRandall Horton, associate professor of English, returned to his alma mater, the University of the District of Columbia, to participate in its College of Arts and Sciences “Reads Big” program, an interview...
  • Exhibit Explores Mass Incarceration of Black Men

    Exhibit Explores Mass Incarceration of Black Men “Whereabouts Unknown,” the art exhibit currently on display in Seton Galley, features work by Connecticut-based artist Felandus Thames, who is serving as an artist-in-residence at UNH. More>> ...
  • Lyme Disease Expert Makes Important Breakthrough

    Lyme Disease Expert Makes Important BreakthroughResearch by Eva Sapi, biology and environmental science professor and chair, shows confirms Lyme disease bacteria biofilm in the human body. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Student-Created Robot Visits West Haven School

    Student-Created Robot Visits West Haven SchoolDevon Clark ’15, ’17 M.S. brought Ada, a robot he created to help detect hacking, to a West Haven middle school. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Nutrition Professor Discusses Mercury Poisoning

    Nutrition Professor Discusses Mercury PoisoningAnne Davis, an assistant professor of nutrition and dietetics director, said human activities such as coal burning and gold mining contribute the vast majority of the mercury released into the environment. Mo...
  • Center for Learning Resources Receives Top Tutoring Award

    Center for Learning Resources Receives Top Tutoring Award UNH’s Center for Learning Resources has been awarded the “Tutoring Program Award of Excellence” by the Association of Tutoring Professionals, one of the top two professio...