Syndicate content

Other News

Employee Clinic Resumes Weekly Schedule

08.26.13

With the onset of the new school year, the employee clinic at Health Services has returned to its Monday-through-Friday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. schedule. Care is also available during Health Services’ regular hours 

Tom Kelly - Profile in Sustainability

08.26.13

Tom KelleyHow did UNH first become committed to being a sustainable learning community?

Passings: Patrice MacNevin, Academic Affairs Employee

08.20.13

Patrice MacNevin, a financial support specialist in the Academic Affairs Business Service Center, passed away suddenly Aug. 12 in Concord, as a result of an auto accident. She had worked at UNH for 13 years.

An advocate of education, MacNevin received an MBA from Plymouth State College in 2012 and had started the process of getting her PhD. She began playing the flute around the age of 50 and agreed to be interviewed about her new interest for Campus Journal in 2007. You can read the story here.

Unemployment Restricts Access to Kidney Transplants, UNH Research Finds

08.20.13

People in end-stage kidney failure in need of a kidney transplant are much less likely to be placed on a waiting list for a new kidney or to actually receive a new kidney once on the list if they are unemployed or work part time, according to new collaborative research from UNH. 

UNH and Avalon Promotions Partner on Commitment to Healthy Eating

08.20.13

UNH recently signed a license with Avalon Promotions to produce the UNH Wildcat Plate, a copyrighted image developed by Healthy UNH and UNH Dining Services. 

Museum Of Art Opens Three New Exhibitions

08.19.13
green bubbleJoan Walton, Green Bubble, 7" x 9.5" x 8"

Three new exhibitions featuring sculptures by regional ceramicists, still life paintings from 19th and 20th century American artists, and a new installation of public sculpture will be on view at the Museum of Art beginning Aug. 28.

UNH Research: Post-Run Ice Baths Not Beneficial for Strength, Soreness

08.19.13
Naomi Crystal ’11G conducting research.

Naomi Crystal ’11G conducts research on the effectiveness of post-exercise ice baths in Robert Kertzer Exercise Physiology Laboratory. Credit: Amy Davies.

Seven Hundred Feet Down, a Thousand Years Back

08.19.13
Mt. Hunter plateau in Denali National Park, AlaskaUNH, Dartmouth College, UMaine ice core drill site on the Mt. Hunter plateau in Denali National Park, Alaska. The drill site is in the middle of the photograph, just left of the sun-shade line on the snow and a mile from UNH scientist Cameron Wake in the foreground.

Help UNH Win Spirit Cup Award

08.26.13

Athletics is asking faculty and staff to join students in voting for UNH as the school with the most college spirit and loyal fan base to help win the national Spirit Cup award, which includes $10,000 toward the general scholarship fund. 

COLA Launches New Website

08.15.13

The College of Liberal Arts has launched a new website: cola.unh.edu. This collaboration between the college and UNH’s Web Solutions is the result of more than a year’s work. The new site was created in Drupal, an open-source content management system used by more than 350 educational institutions in the US.  

Syndicate content