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Opening of UNH Outdoor Pool Delayed Until July 1


Recent inclement weather and the need to remove an unexpectedly large piece of granite put necessary safety modifications to the current drain system at the UNH outdoor pool behind schedule and delayed its opening until Monday, July 1, 2013. The university has opened the indoor pool in the Field House on Main Street extended hours to give those with an outdoor pool pass an opportunity to start the season.

Moon Radiation Findings May Reduce Health Risks to Astronauts


Artist’s conception of NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter

Artist's depiction of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter with the CRaTER the instrument. Illustration by Chris Meaney/NASA.

Sustainability Stewards Honor Supercommuters


Holly Harris with trophy

Holly Harris of the department of languages, literature and culture created the trophy for the Wildcat Commuter Challenge.

Huddleston Named to State Commission


President Mark Huddleston has been named to the Governor’s Commission on State Government Innovation, Efficiency and Transparency, created recently by Gov, Maggie Hassan as part of her continuing her efforts to reform state government to save taxpayer dollars and improve state services.

 The commission brings together experts from the private business, nonprofit, higher education and local government sectors to make recommendations for modernizing state government, improving efficiency, measuring the performance of state agencies and improving transparency to citizens. 

Web Accessibility Compliance Plan Being Developed


A major effort is underway to improve Web accessibility for faculty, staff, students and visitors with disabilities, and to ensure that all UNH resources are available to everyone.

As part of the university’s strong commitment to assuring all users can access the UNH web pages, the consulting firm SSB Bart ( has been hired to assist in crafting an accessibility plan.

UNH Celebrates 143rd Commencement



Lt. Gen Mary legere

 Lt. Gen. Mary Legere

Zhang’s Proof Is Mathematical Breakthrough


A new proof by UNH mathematician Yitang “Tom” Zhang is being heralded as a breakthrough in the quest to solve one of the world’s oldest mathematical problems, one that many attribute to the Greek mathematician Euclid.  

Ruth Varner Named Director of the Joan and James Leitzel Center


Ruth Varner has been named the incoming director of the Joan and James Leitzel Center for Mathematics, Science and Engineering Education.  Her appointment begins August 19.

UNH Dining Wins Silver Loyal E. Horton Awards



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UNH Showcases Technologies for Innovators and Investors at Tech Summit


UNH will present three technologies developed here to some of the world’s leading innovators and investors this week, as representatives from the Office for Research Partnerships and Commercialization showcase them at the TechConnect WORLD Summit in Washington, D.C.  

UNH will share its expertise with projects that detect radiation from a safe distance, integrate complex situational data into a visual Web-based image, and produce a class of compounds that are highly stable organic semiconductors.  

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