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Dean of Paul College to Return to Research and Teaching


Dan Innis, dean of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, has informed university administrators that he will step down as dean Nov. 1, 2013.  A professor of marketing, Innis came to UNH in 2007. During his tenure as dean he helped secure the college’s largest ever gift of $25 million and oversaw the building and opening of a new business school, the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics. 

Film Screening Promotes Active Aging


John and Brad Tatum, 88- and 90-year-old swimmers

John and Brad Tatum, 88- and 90-year-old swimmers

ROC USA President Named Carsey 2013 Social Innovator of the Year


Paul Bradley, ’86, president of ROC USAPaul Bradley talks with community leaders at the 2012 NeighborWorks America Community Leadership Institute in Orlando, Fla.
Credit: ROC USA/Mike Bullard

Policy In Progress Aims to Protect Children Attending UNH Programs


A draft of a policy that addresses kids participating in UNH programs was presented to the PAT Council last week and will be discussed at the monthly meeting of the OS Council today. It will also be shared with other UNH governance groups and councils during the next few months. 

The draft, titled “UNH Policy for the Protection of Minors” aims to provide a secure environment for children attending university programs. 

Class Has Students Crafting for Babies, and for Credit

students learning t oknit

In the Thompson School of Applied Science Human Relations 201 class, Mary DeTurk teaches students to knit baby caps. The students have partnered with the New Hampshire Children’s Trust to raise awareness of shaken baby syndrome.

New Lecture Series Launches with Discussion on Deepwater Horizon Spill

Larry Hamilton

Larry Hamilton, professor of sociology and senior fellow at the Carsey Institute

Issues and Ice Cream Series Resumes Sept. 19 with Child Obesity Prevention Discussion


The Issues and Ice Cream discussion series returns Sept. 19 with a conversation about youth and child obesity prevention at 12:30 in MUB rooms 338-340.

Issues and Ice Cream is a monthly discussion series where UNH and Cooperative Extension faculty, specialists, students and special guests come together to discuss pertinent topics and opportunities for collaboration.

At the Sept. 19 event, panelists will discuss what has become a critical societal issue, childhood obesity, and what university and statewide partners are doing to help prevent it.

Interstellar Winds Buffeting Our Solar System Have Shifted Direction

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Governor, Executive Council Receive Thanks, Recognize Excellence During Meeting at UNH


Gov. Maggie Hassan and the Executive Council held their regularly monthly meeting on the UNH campus today and university officials took the opportunity to offer thanks for their work to restore state funding for higher education. The restoration made it possible for UNH to freeze in-state tuition for two years, a move students celebrated at the meeting with a reverse commendation.

Led by student body president Bryan Merrill, the students shared the commendation for the governor’s work, noting that it was the first time in 25 years there was a tuition freeze.

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