Water Treatment Plant Shut Down During Spring Break

During the spring break, March 13-17, 2006, the UNH Water Treatment Plant will be down for the installation of two new transmission mains. The Lee Well will supply water to the entire UNH system during this period. Water may be discolored, but it is still safe to drink. Voluntary water conservation would be appreciated. For more information, contact Wesley East, chief operator, UNH Water Supply, at or 2-1390.

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UNH History Professor Wins Annual Lindberg Honor

J. William Harris, professor of history at the University of New Hampshire for more than 20 years, has been awarded the annual Lindberg Award for his achievements as both an outstanding scholar and teacher in the College of Liberal Arts. More >>> (03-08-06)

Russell G. Congalton, Graduate Faculty Mentoring Award
Russell G. Congalton

Campus Journal is pleased to feature UNH's 2005 Faculty Excellence winner profiles this spring. This week's profile is Russell G. Congalton. Russ Congalton discovered his vocation "completely by accident" after applying to graduate school at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. More >>> (03-08-06)

UNH Professor Publishes Book On The Philosophy Of Technology

Technology is an increasingly ubiquitous and powerful presence in society and the daily lives of Americans, and R. Valentine Dusek, associate professor of philosophy at the University of New Hampshire, addresses the philosophical issues of technology in a new book, The Philosophy of Technology. More >>> (03-08-06)

Rosenberg Center: EU Is Hot Spot For Franchising Expansion

Stretching from the Artic to the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic to the Aegean, the European Union represents a single market of more than 450 million consumers in 25 nations. New research by the William Rosenberg International Center of Franchising at the University of New Hampshire indicates franchisors worldwide, and particularly those in the United States, are poised to take advantage of this dynamic market. More >>> (03-08-06)

Mark Zupan Visits Campus
Murderball Mark Zupan

After a showing last week of Murderball, the award-winning documentary about quadriplegic rugby players, the star of the film, Mark Zupan, was on campus to discuss his role in the 2005 Sundance Film Festival’s winner of the Documentary Audience Award and a Special Jury Prize for Editing. Paralyzed in a car accident while in high school, Zupan began playing quad rugby in college. In 2004 he led team USA to a bronze medal at the Paralympics in Athens, Greece. (Carie Schelfhaudt/Media Relations)

Sara Terry Speaks on Bosnia
Sara Terry

Former Christian Science Monitor writer and documentary photographer Sara Terry was recently on campus to discuss her work documenting the aftermath of war in Bosnia as part of the New Hampshire International Seminar Series. She launched the Aftermath Project, a nonprofit foundation that gives grants to photojournalists documenting the aftermath of conflict, and in 2005 her book, “Aftermath: Bosnia’s Long Road to Peace,” was published. (Carie Schelfhaudt/Media Relations)