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  • Midnight Breakfast Volunteers Needed

    Midnight Breakfast Volunteers NeededVolunteers are needed for this semester’s Midnight Breakfast, which will be held on Monday, May 2, from 9 to 11 p.m. in the Marketplace in Bartels Hall. The breakfast is a special event where faculty and staff volunte...
  • Volunteers Needed for Spring Commencement

    Volunteers Needed for Spring CommencementVolunteers are needed for this year’s Spring Commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 15, at the Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford. The morning ceremony for the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice...
  • Study Wine, Food and Culture

    Study Wine, Food and CultureThe University’s Hospitality and Tourism Management Program will offer two “food and drink adventure courses” for adults interested in studying wine, food and culture over the summer. The 3 credit courses, which meet twic...
  • Spring 2016 Undergraduate Final Exam Schedule

    Spring 2016 Undergraduate Final Exam Schedule Spring 2016 undergraduate finals begin on Thursday, May 5, and continue through Wednesday, May 11. View the complete schedule>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • NSSE Grand Prize Winner

    NSSE Grand Prize WinnerCongratulations to Jessica Zielinski ’16, the drawing winner from the National Survey of Student Engagement, who was awarded the grand prize, an Apple Sports Watch.A special thanks goes out to all first-year students and seniors w...
  • Think Outside the Dumpster Collections

    'Think Outside the Dumpster' Collections The Think Outside the Dumpster program will have five tents placed around campus through Sunday, May 15, for students to donate items they will not be bringing home with them. Tents will be located between Westside...
  • Holocaust Survivor to Speak at Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony

    Holocaust Survivor to Speak at Holocaust Remembrance CeremonyJudith Alter Kallman, a Holocaust survivor, will be the keynote speaker on Monday, May 2, at 3 p.m. at UNH’s 13th annual Holocaust Remembrance ceremony. The event will take place in Bucknall T...
  • Incoming Music and Sound Recording Major Aspires to Open Recording Studio

    Incoming Music and Sound Recording Major Aspires to Open Recording Studio by Dave CranshawUNH Today EditorIncoming music and sound recording major Rebecca Satzberg ’20 says her college search process wasn’t a difficult one.“UNH ...
  • Students Reflect on Meeting Local Philanthropist

    Students Reflect on Meeting Local Philanthropist by Thalia Hernandez ’17 M.A. Communications and Public Affairs Graduate AssistantIt only took two words for Kelly Tea ’15, ’17 M.S. to describe meeting local philanthropist Emily...
  • Students, Faculty, Administrators to Present Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’

    Students, Faculty, Administrators to Present Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ by Jackie HennesseyUNH Today Contributing WriterThe last time College of Arts and Sciences dean Lourdes Alvarez was on stage, she played an Oompa Loompa...
  • Upstander Walk

    Upstander WalkThe University will host its first Upstander Walk on Thursday, April 21, from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. The walk will begin at Westside Hall and end in the Maxcy Quad with remarks from members of the campus community.  The purpose of the wa...
  • Modern Languages Festival

    Modern Languages FestivalThe Modern Languages Department will host a Modern Languages Festival through Thursday, April 21. The programs and events are designed to introduce people to the cultures of countries from around the world. Workshops will explore ...
  • Lecture Examines Food Systems

    Lecture Examines Food SystemsThe Current Issues Discussion Series will host a panel discussion on Thursday, April 21, that will focus on food systems and the process of how food comes to the market. The event will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the Moulton Lounge ...
  • Graduate Student Launches Second Career in Forensic Technology

    Graduate Student Launches Second Career in Forensic Technology After nearly 15 years of working in public affairs for the U.S. Air Force, Paula Kurtz ’17 M.S. was looking to take her career in a new direction. When she was exploring...
  • Incoming Criminal Justice Major Says Coming to UNH ‘My Absolute Dream’

    Incoming Criminal Justice Major Says Coming to UNH ‘My Absolute Dream’ by Thalia Hernandez ’17 M.A.Communications and Public Affairs Graduate AssistantSince the second grade, Megan Georges ’20 has been interested in criminal j...
  • Model United Nations Program Fosters Confidence, Broadens Horizons

    Model United Nations Program Fosters Confidence, Broadens Horizons by Dave CranshawUNH Today EditorIn his seven years being involved with Model United Nations – including two years at UNH – Chris Haynes, assistant professor of pol...
  • Panel Discussion on 2016 Election Set for April 11

    Panel Discussion on 2016 Election Set for April 11The Political Science Speaker Series will host a panel discussion on Monday, April 11, that will examine the 2016 elections. It will begin at 6 p.m. in the Alumni Lounge in Bartels Hall.The panelists inclu...
  • Prominent Human Rights Activist to Lecture April 25

    Prominent Human Rights Activist to Lecture April 25The UNH student chapter of the NAACP will host a lecture on Monday, April 25, titled “Social Justice: In the Eyes of Kathleen Cleaver.” The event will begin at 7 p.m. in Bucknall Theater in Dodds Hall...
  • SCOPE Six Flags Trip Set for April 23

    SCOPE Six Flags Trip Set for April 23SCOPE will host a trip to Six Flags in New Jersey on Saturday, April 23. The bus will leave Maxcy Hall at 7 a.m. and depart Six Flags at 8 p.m.Students can begin signing up on Charger Connection on Tuesday, April 12. ...
  • Administrative Staff Council Partners with UNH Toastmasters to Present “Facing Your Fears” April 15

    Administrative Staff Council Partners with UNH Toastmasters to Present “Facing Your Fears” April 15The Administrative Staff Council’s Professional Development Committee has partnered with UNH’s Toastmasters Club to host a meeting on Friday, April ...