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  • Education Chair Discusses Title IX on WAMC

    Nancy Niemi, education chair at UNH, is one of the speakers featured on WAMC's new Academic Minute radio series. WAMC is known worldwide for its intellectually stimulating content and is the main hub of Northeast Public Radio. In a recent Academic Minute ...
  • Lecture on Sustainable Development at Sikorsky Aircraft

    The Tagliatela College of Engineering will host a public lecture on "Sustainability and Sikorsky" by Robert J. Araujo '77, '96, manager of sustainable development and environmental health and safety programs for Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. Araujo will ...
  • Varsity Athletics Updates

    Each of the Chargers fall athletic teams returned to campus and started preparing for the 2010 athletic seasons in the last couple of weeks. The first contest of the 2010 fall season is September 2, when the men's soccer team hosts Concordia College (N.Y....
  • Soundview Hall Receives National LEED Gold Certification

    The University's state-of-the-art student residence building, Soundview Hall, has received national LEED (Leadership in Energy Efficient Design) Gold certification from the United States Green Building Council. LEED certification encourages and accelera...
  • Two New Undergraduate Degree Programs to be Launched This Fall

    The University will launch two new Bachelor of Science programs in the fall. The new bachelor's program in sustainability studies is a highly interdisciplinary program that has been designed for students who seek to apply sustainability principles and ...
  • Engineering and Science University Magnet School Recognized Among Best in New Haven

    Local and state school data has found that the Engineering and Science University Magnet School (ESUMS) in New Haven is one of the fastest-rising magnet schools in the area. The school is a collaborative effort between New Haven's Board of Education an...
  • Teens Learn About Engineering, Science and Investigating Crime Scenes at UNH Summer Campus

    Fledgling female engineers and scientists as well as teen-aged amateur sleuths took part in two UNH summer camps last week. The Engineering & Science Summer Institute for Young Women is a one-week summer program for students in grades 7-10 offered ...
  • UNH Celebrates 50th Anniversary of West Haven Move

    July 15, 2010 marked the 50th anniversary of the University's move to its current campus in West Haven. On the same day in 1960, the Board of Governors of the University, then known as New Haven College, purchased the former New Haven County Home for Or...
  • Award Named in Honor of Professor Tafoya by Police Futurists International

    UNH Criminal Justice Professor William Tafoya has been honored by the Society of Police Futurists International (PFI) with an award established in his name in recognition of his founding of the society and his tireless efforts to promote it. The William...
  • Gleason Takes Top Scholar-Athlete Honor

    Recent graduate Breanne Gleason, a star on the UNH softball team, has been named the 2010 Northeast-10 Conference Scholar-Athlete. The NE-10 Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Awards are in their inaugural year and recognize a student-athlete from each of t...
  • Noted Author Takes on Transition at Common Read Kick-Off

    The entire campus community is invited to attend the UNH Freshman Experience Common Read Kick-Off at 11 a.m., August 24, in the Bixler/Botwinik Quad, featuring "Changing the World One Game at a Time" with Luma Mufleh. An immigrant from Jordan, Mufleh orga...
  • Campus Construction Updates

    With the undergraduate student population enjoying summer at home, the expansion and construction of several UNH buildings has pushed ahead full force. Thomas Beebe, vice president for Facilities, recently updated the campus on its progress, and on expect...
  • UNH Student Chosen for National Security Summer Seminar

    Sabrina Schwier has been selected to attend the National Security Analysis and Intelligence Summer Seminar, July 11-23, in Washington, D.C. Schwier, a criminal justice graduate student studying advanced investigation, was chosen from a pool of 400 applic...
  • Connecticut Lyme Riders Donate $3,500 to UNH Lyme Research Group

    On June 17, UNH's Lyme Disease Research Group received a $3,500 donation from Tony Gargano and Sandy Brule, founders of Connecticut Lyme Riders, Inc. Gargano founded Connecticut Lyme Riders in 2009 in an effort to raise awareness of Lyme disease after ...
  • Dr. Joseph DeLeeuw Scholarship Announced

    UNH has established the Dr. Joseph DeLeeuw Endowed Scholarshipwith a $500,000 gift from the late Joseph DeLeeuw '78 B.S., prior to his passing in 2007, at the age of 89. DeLeeuw requested the endowed scholarship be created for Jewish students in need who...
  • Spotlight on Alumni

    The university's growing alumni network has been making a global impact for years, and our 40,000 + alumni continue to impress the companies, communities and cultures they have contributed to since graduation. Some of their impressive stories have been do...
  • Car Designed by UNH Students Gets 500 MPG

    Students from the UNH chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) have created a high-mileage, one-person vehicle which gets 500-plus miles per gallon. The UNH team will head to Marshall, Michigan this week to compete in the Society of ...
  • Student Chapter Wins National HR Management Award

    The UNH student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has received the Superior Merit Award for the 2009-2010 year. The UNH chapter was recognized from among 400 SHRM student chapters nationwide for professional development of its ...
  • University Launches New Campus Tour iPhone App

    UNH has partnered with YourCampus360 to create an "iTourUNH" application for the iPhone that allows prospective students to take a virtual tour of the campus from the palms of their hands. UNH is the first school to have an interactive application of this...
  • BOG Chairman Receives "Good Scout" Award

    Samuel S. Bergami, Jr., chairman of the UNH Board of Governors and president, CEO and co-owner of Alinabal Holdings Corp., the parent company of Alinabal Inc., was selected to receive the “Good Scout” Award from the Connecticut Yankee Council of the B...