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Researchers Develop Drones for Orchard Management

11.13.13
apple with fungus

Apple scab, a persistent fungus in the Northeast, does not affect apples’ flavor but makes them difficult to sell. Photo: Rachel Rohr. 

Faculty, Staff Art Exhibit at the UNH Museum

09.11.13
artwork at UNH MusuemWorks by UNH employees Jackie Finnegan, Richard Haynes, Bridget Finnegan, and Judy Muller are on display in the UNH Museum as part of the exhibit “In the Company of Artists: An Exhibition of Art and Fine Crafts by UNH Staff” running through Dec.

2014 Graduates in Pictures

05.21.14

The weather cooperated for UNH’s 2014 commencement, with the rain clearing way just in time, allowing for some really great photos. You can check them out here

Frost Receives UNH Manchester Granite State Award

05.21.14

Every year, the University of New Hampshire Manchester recognizes an individual who exemplifies outstanding citizenship in the community to receive the prestigious Granite State Award. The award recognizing an individual or organization with a proven history of leadership and outstanding citizenship in the Manchester community.

This year, the 2014 recipient of the Granite State Award was Gary Frost. Frost, an alumna of UNH, is the executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester.

New Website Promotes UNH Assets

05.16.14

UNH has launched a new website, http://innovation.unh.edu, as part of an ongoing effort to open its doors to the business community and underscore its active role in technology-based economic development. 

Communications Changes Signal Commitment to Universitywide Goals

05.14.14

UNH is making a major shift in how it manages and executes universitywide communications. A new department of Communications and Public Affairs is taking shape and will be up and running this summer under the leadership of Joel Seligman, UNH’s chief communications officer.  

Ken LaValley Named Director of UNH Cooperative Extension

05.08.14

Ken LaValley has been named interim dean and director of UNH Cooperative Extension effective June 16, 2014. He brings 10 years of service to the role and has served as Cooperative Extension's assistant director for programs since 2011, having previously held the positions of associate director for NH Sea Grant and the Sea Grant and Water Resources program leader for Cooperative Extension.

President Huddleston Addresses Updating Strategic Plan and RCM

05.08.14

To the UNH Community, 

In February, the 2014 State of the University address called upon the university community to come together to renew our Strategic Plan, so that it can continue to guide UNH’s success through the many dynamic challenges confronting higher education today. 

I am writing to invite your active participation in this effort and to outline the processes for updating both the Strategic Plan and the Responsibility Center Management (RCM) system which supports it. 

Huddleston Signs Alliance for Resilient Campuses

05.07.14

This week, President Mark W. Huddleston became a founding signatory to the new Alliance for Resilient Campuses, a network that focuses on climate adaptation and resilience.

Leave Your Car At Home May 16: Annual Bike/Walk to Work Day

05.06.14

Mark your calendars and pump up your tires: The annual Seacoast Bike/Walk to Work Day is Friday, May 16. This year’s free commuter breakfast has moved to Murkland Courtyard, where cyclists, walkers, and other non-car commuters can enjoy coffee, pastries, fruit, and water from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.

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