Connect with UNH: Blog Index
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College of Liberal Arts Blog→[click to expand +]
The College of Liberal Arts is the largest of the five schools and colleges that comprise the University of New Hampshire (UNH) in Durham, New Hampshire. The College offers a wide range of majors and minors in the humanities, social sciences, fine and performing arts, and education.
Susan Dumais is the communications coordinator for the College of Liberal Arts and the editor of this blog. Feel free to contact Susan with comments or questions.
UNH Research Blog→[click to expand +]
UNH Sustainability Blog→[click to expand +]
Welcome to Discover(ing) Sustainability, a blog written by members of the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Durham campus community and managed by the UNH University Office of Sustainability. Our goal is to discuss sustainability through the example of UNH and what we are doing to be a model sustainable learning community.
Signals (UNH IT Newsletter)→[click to expand +]
Signals is a publication for UNH faculty and staff by Information Technology (IT), part of the University of New Hampshire (UNH.) In 2009, Signals won a national SIGUCCS Award for Best Electronic Computing Newsletter.
The Signals staff welcomes your feedback. If you have a story idea or a comment on any of our articles, please feel free to contact us at itsupport.unh.edu/help.
UNH InterOperability Laboratory (IOL) Blog→[click to expand +]
The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) tests networking and data communications products. Since 1988, the laboratory has fostered multi-vendor interoperability while preparing students for careers in the industry. The laboratory has grown steadily into one of the industry's premier independent proving grounds for new technologies.
UNH Campus Planning Blog→[click to expand +]
NH Sustainable Fisheries Blog→[click to expand +]
New Hampshire’s relatively small coast of 18 miles has supported an active marine fishery industry for the past 400 years. From its very beginning in the early 1600s, New Hampshire differed from its neighboring colonies, in that its primary reason for establishment was for commercial enterprise, with the dominant industry being fishing. Both in colonial times and modern day, the New Hampshire fishing industry relies on groundfish, with the Atlantic codfish being the dominant economic groundfish species, but many other fish species were and are of great economic importance as well. Read more.