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Research Profile: Rachel Trubowitz: Puzzle-Solving, from Milton to Motherhood

01.30.13

Ask professor Rachel Trubowitz why she decided to devote her life to 17th-century English literature and she’ll give you the answer people who’ve found their life’s calling generally do: “It just clicked.”  

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10.31.12

In September, I wrote to tell you about UNH Works for New Hampshire--our effort to ask state lawmakers to restore support for the University, which was cut 49 percent last year.

Passing: Michael McConnell, Associate Professor Emeritus of Art

10.31.12

Micheal McConnell, associate professor of art and art history, died Oct. 27.  Three of his abstract sculptures will be on view at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics when it is completed in 2013.

McConnell, who has served four stints as department chair, has been at UNH for 36 years.

The following obituary was published in Foster’s Daily Democrat:

Food Solutions New England Receives Funding for State, Regional Food Network

10.31.12

By Elisabeth Farrell, Sustainability Institute

UNH Reopens Memorial Field for Varsity Athletes After Additional Lead Testing

10.31.12

University officials have agreed to reopen Memorial Field for its varsity teams and their opponents after additional testing showed no measurable levels of lead and blood tests for members of the field hockey team showed they do not have elevated lead levels. The field remains closed to everyone else, and the athletes must follow all safety guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in order to use the field.

New Project Will Improve Newborn Screening for Heart Disease Throughout New England

10.31.12

A new project from the on Disability (IOD) will address regional gaps in newborn screening for critical congenital heart disease (CCHD). The New England CCHD Newborn Screening Project is funded by a three-year, $900,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, and it is affiliated with the New England Genetics Collaborative.  

2012-13 Faculty Senate Minutes Summary Oct. 8, 2012

10.24.12

I.  Roll – The following senators were absent:  Connelly, Pescosolido, Shore, Simos, Veal, and Woods.  Guests were Mark Huddleston, John Aber, Mark Rubinstein, Petr Brym, Faye Richardson and Sonic Woytonik.

Food Solutions New England Receives Funding for State, Regional Food Network

10.24.12

 

Food Solutions New England, a regional food systems learning-action network at the Sustainability Institute, received Henry P. Kendall Foundation funding to help advance New England’s capacity to provide citizens with food that is “clean, just, fair, and accessible.”

Annual Curtailed Operations Information

10.24.12

To:         Members of the University Community                                                               

From:    Dick Cannon, Vice President for Finance & Administration

UNH Researcher Awarded NSF Grant for Interdisciplinary Soil Fertility Work in Uganda

10.24.12

Lisa Tiemann

Lisa Tiemann, a post-doctoral researcher, has been awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation fellowship to conduct interdisciplinary research on soil fertility and sustainable agricultural practices in Uganda. Credit: Courtesy of Lisa Tiemann.

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