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  • Campus-Wide Meeting Set for April 28

    Campus-Wide Meeting Set for April 28President Steve Kaplan will host a campus-wide meeting on Thursday, April 28, at 3 p.m. in Bucknall Theater in Dodds Hall. President Kaplan and senior staff members will provide updates about University activities. A re...
  • Nomination Period Open for Employee Excellence Awards

    Nomination Period Open for Employee Excellence AwardsNominations are now being accepted for the 2016 University Employee Excellence Awards, which will be awarded by the Administrative Staff Council.Awards will be presented for:•           Exce...
  • Law Enforcement Professionals Discuss Juvenile-Justice Reform

    Law Enforcement Professionals Discuss Juvenile-Justice Reform by Karen GravaDirector of Media RelationsShould kids go to jail? Connecticut has decided that, except in the most extreme cases, they should not – if they are under 18.T...
  • Assistant Track and Field Coach Participates in Women’s History Month Event

    Assistant Track and Field Coach Participates in Women’s History Month EventAlexandria Givan, an assistant track and field coach at UNH, participated in a panel discussion sponsored by Sisters of Today and Tomorrow.More>> Back to ...
  • UNH’s Project Management Certificate Program Ranked Among the Best

    UNH’s Project Management Certificate Program Ranked Among the BestUNH is among the Top 50 Best Value Project Management Certificate programs.More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • UNH Senior to Join 2016 New England Patriot Cheerleaders

    UNH Senior to Join 2016 New England Patriot CheerleadersMelissa DeChello ’16, a nutrition and dietetics major, joins the 2016 New England Patriots cheerleading squad.More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • College of Business Professor Discusses Impact of Renowned German Explorer

    College of Business Professor Discusses Impact of Renowned German ExplorerGeorge Haley, professor of marketing, said 19th century German explorer Alexander Von Humboldt was “arguably the greatest scientist and thinker of his day.”More>> ...
  • Business Dean Discusses AACSB Accreditation

    Business Dean Discusses AACSB AccreditationDean Brian Kench discusses the College of Business’s path to earning AACSB accreditation. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Peaceful Protest Marks Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination

    Peaceful Protest Marks Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. AssassinationMembers of the UNH community participated in a peaceful protest and silent demonstration earlier this month to mark the 48th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther Ki...
  • WNHU Music and Electronics Sales Set for April 9

    WNHU Music and Electronics Sales Set for April 9WNHU 88.7 FM, UNH’s radio station, is hosting a music and electronics sale on Saturday, April 9. CDs, electronics and other items will be available for purchase from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Bartels Student Ac...
  • Professors Promoted, Granted Tenure

    Professors Promoted, Granted TenureThe following faculty members will be promoted and/or awarded tenure:Faculty Members Promoted to Associate Professor and Granted Tenure: Jibey Asthappan, Ibrahim Baggili, Jeffrey Debies-Carl, Maria-Isabel Carnasciali, Ch...
  • Night of the Arts

    Night of the Arts The Night of Arts, a reception to celebrate UNH’s rich art community, will take place on Thursday, April 7, from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Seton Gallery in Dodds Hall. The event will showcase students’ art and design work, music, poetry, th...
  • Second Annual Celebration of Scholarly Activities on April 12

    Second Annual Celebration of Scholarly Activities on April 12The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs, the Associate Provost’s Office and the Peterson Library will host the second Annual Celebration of Scholarly Activities on Tuesday, April 12, from ...
  • Faculty/Staff BBQ Set for April 20

    Faculty/Staff BBQ Set for April 20 Faculty and staff are invited to attend the Faculty/Staff BBQ on Wednesday, April 20, at softball field at North Campus. The event, which starts at noon, will give UNH colleagues a chance to get out of the office, enjoy...
  • Baseball Team to Host Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day April 13

    Baseball Team to Host Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day April 13The UNH baseball team will host Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day on Wednesday, April 13. Faculty and staff are invited to cheer on the Chargers as they take on crosstown rival Southern Con...
  • Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Workshop Set for April 22-24

    Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Workshop Set for April 22-24UNH has partnered with the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) to offer a Six Sigma Green Belt Certification workshop for students during a three-day course from Friday, April 22, to Sunda...
  • Doctor to Discuss Stem Cell Applications

    Doctor to Discuss Stem Cell ApplicationsDr. Diane Krause, a practicing doctor, Yale professor of laboratory medicine, cell biology pathology and director of the Yale Stem Cell Center, will present a lecture on Thursday, April 7, titled “Stem Cells: Basi...
  • April 1 Application Deadline to Study at UNH’s Prato Campus in the Fall

    April 1 Application Deadline to Study at UNH’s Prato Campus in the FallFriday, April 1, is the application deadline for students who are interested in spending the upcoming fall semester studying at UNH’s campus in Prato, Italy. Students who study in ...
  • Veteran Alternative Spring Break Participant Reflects on Experiences

    Veteran Alternative Spring Break Participant Reflects on Experiences by Stephen Shepherd ’16 During Alternative Spring Break (ASB), I was placed in the Connecticut Food Bank. I volunteered there one day of my ASB two years ago when ...
  • Living-Learning Communities Enhance Education, Fuel Passion

    Living-Learning Communities Enhance Education, Fuel Passion by Jackie HennesseyUNH Today ContributorIt was Welcome Week, and Erin Murdoch ’17, a resident assistant in the Forensic Science Living-Learning Community (LLC) gathered th...