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Visits from Study Buddy Dogs Help De-Stress Students During Finals


Therapy dogs from Pet Partners have become regulars in the Dimond Library during finals week at UNH. Part of the Frazzle Free Finals hosted by the library, the dogs provide a great stress break for students.

USNH ID Number Required to Access WISE after Jan. 22, 2014


Effective Jan. 22, 2014, employees will need their 9-digit USNH ID number to log into WISE (Web Information System for Employees - Social security numbers will no longer work after that date.

If you don’t know your USNH ID, log into WISE prior to Jan. 22 using your SSN and navigate to the “Display Your USNH ID” link on the personal information tab.

Professor Comes to Rescue For Lakes Region's EMTs


When some of New Hampshire’s most experienced emergency medical technicians (EMTs) first learned about a tough new national exam they are required to pass, more than a few worried that the strong, steady pulse that had defined their careers was about to flat-line.

“There were a lot of guys who were very stressed out about the test,” says Shawn Riley, deputy fire chief for Laconia, NH and LRGHealthcare, which serves the Lakes Region, “because they realized if they didn’t pass, it meant a lot of them could lose their jobs.”

Faculty Excellence: Joyce Stone


Joyce Stone, a lecturer of biomedical science in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, received a 2013 Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award.

Healthy UNH’s Top 10 Healthy Gift Ideas


Give the gift that shows you really care—one that promotes healthy habits and a healthy lifestyle. If you’re stuck for ideas, Healthy UNH presents its Top 10 healthy gift suggestions:


Funding Cuts Resulted in Reduced Services to N.H.’s Troubled Youths


Number of new CHINS petitions filed, 2008-2013. Source: Carsey Institute at UNH

In Memoriam: Charles E. Clark (1929-2013


A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, at 4 p.m. at the Community Church in Durham. The service will conclude with a short outdoor candlelight remembrance.

Profiles in Sustainability: Corey Johnson '11

Corey Johnson

How did you get involved in sustainability at UNH while an undergraduate student?

UNH Research Helps Unravel Mysteries of Earth’s Radiation Belts

twin Van Allen Probes

The twin Van Allen Probes were launched Aug. 30, 2012 into elliptical, near-equatorial orbits around the Earth.

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