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  • UNH Toastmasters to Host Meeting May 6

    UNH Toastmasters to Host Meeting May 6The UNH Toastmaster Club will host a meeting Friday, May 6, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the Alumni Annex in Bartels Hall. The meeting will be open to all students who wish to become a member of the organization. Toastmast...
  • Wellness Newsletter: Tips to Staying Calm, Cool and Collected

    Wellness Newsletter: Tips to Staying Calm, Cool and CollectedThe latest edition of the wellness newsletter includes tips to destress, fall asleep faster and increase mental sharpness, along with a smoothie recipe. Back to the Front Page ...
  • 2016 SOAR Dates

    2016 SOAR DatesPlanning is underway for the 2016 Student Orientation, Advising and Registration Program. The program will take place on the following dates:  Two-Day Sessions for First-Year Students: June 16-17, 20-21, 23-24, 27-28July 7-8, 11-12One-Day ...
  • DeCarlo Comments on Challenges of Tracking Guns Used in Crimes

    DeCarlo Comments on Challenges of Tracking Guns Used in CrimesCriminal justice professor John DeCarlo says tracking guns used in crimes is the “equivalent of the Old Silk Road.” More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Donor Reflects on Meeting Students

    Donor Reflects on Meeting StudentsUniversity donor Barbara Pearce reflects on meeting students who benefit from an endowed scholarship created and funded by her family. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Business Students Learn from Global Leaders

    Business Students Learn from Global LeadersA group of global business leaders led a symposium last week for UNH students. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • UNH Alum Discusses New Food Truck

    UNH Alum Discusses New Food TruckLouis Forte '10 M.S. discusses his ‘Not Just BBQ’ food truck. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Holocaust Survivor Speaks at UNH Remembrance Ceremony

    Holocaust Survivor Speaks at UNH Remembrance CeremonyAs part of the University’s annual Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony, Holocaust survivor Judith Alter Kallman opened up about her experience fleeing the Nazis at a young age. More>> ...
  • Nightmares Dream of Growing Quidditch Team

    Nightmares Dream of Growing Quidditch Team by Mark DrozdowskiDirector of University CommunicationsThere are no capes. There are no cardigans emblazoned with house crests. And there is definitely no flying. This, you see, is how mugg...
  • UNH Students Pull Together for Emergency Drill

    UNH Students Pull Together for Emergency Drill by Brandon T. Bisceglia '14UNH Today Contributing WriterWhen Logan Hill '17 got to the scene of the explosion, he didn't know what to expect. The paramedicine major from Lumberton, N.J., wa...
  • United Airlines-UNH Safety Project Finalist for Award

    United Airlines-UNH Safety Project Finalist for Award by Karen GravaDirector of Media RelationsA project that partnered UNH student interns and United Airlines is one of three finalists for the National Safety Council’s 2016 Green Cro...
  • Commencement Ball

    Commencement BallAll undergraduate and graduate students in the Class of 216 are invited to the Commencement Ball that will take place on Saturday, May 14, from 6 to 11 p.m. in the Beckerman Recreation Center.There is no charge for graduating students –...
  • Spring Commencement

    Spring CommencementUNH will host two Commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 15, at the Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, Conn.The morning ceremony for the College of Business and the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Scie...
  • UNH Community Supporting Relief Efforts in Ecuador

    UNH Community Supporting Relief Efforts in EcuadorIn light of the massive earthquake that hit Ecuador earlier this month, UNH is collecting donations to support the people who were affected by the tragedy. More than 2,000 people were injured, and 200 were...
  • First Upstander Walk Aims to Foster Diversity, Inclusion on Campus

    First Upstander Walk Aims to Foster Diversity, Inclusion on CampusLast week, the Campus Climate Coalition sponsored an Upstander Walk to reaffirm the campus community's commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion on campus. Students, staff, and facult...
  • Political Scientist Analyzes Primary Results

    Political Scientist Analyzes Primary ResultsChris Haynes, assistant professor of political science, discusses the results of the Connecticut primary. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Former President Reflects on Growing up in New Haven

    Former President Reflects on Growing up in New Haven In an op-ed, former President Larry DeNardis writes that Whalley Avenue in New Haven “was the center of my world as a boy growing up in the late 1940s and early ’50s. It had everything my young fri...
  • Students Discuss Presidential Primaries

    Students Discuss Presidential PrimariesIn advance of Tuesday’s primaries in Connecticut, students discussed issues that are important to them. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Senior Art Exhibit Opens May 3

    Senior Art Exhibit Opens May 3Seniors in the art and design department will present their work as part of an exhibit titled “Kaleidoscope: See the Change.” An opening reception for the exhibit will take place on Tuesday, May 3, from 4 to 7 p.m. in the...
  • Residential Life Leader Discusses Student Resiliency

    Residential Life Leader Discusses Student ResiliencyBecca Kitchell, director of residential student advocacy and educational partnerships, is a featured guest on a podcast that explores empowerment of college students. More>> Back ...