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Alumni Association Hosts Wine and Cheese Open House

The Alumni Association will host a Wine and Cheese Open House for faculty and staff, Wednesday, April 5, 2006, 4 to 5:30 p.m., Elliott Alumni Center. Come see who we are and what we can offer you, our faculty and staff of one of the finest institutes around.

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April 5, 2006
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Jack B. Middleton Receives UNH Alumni Association's Highest Honor

The University of New Hampshire Alumni Association recently presented its most prestigious award, the Charles Holmes Pettee Medal, to lawyer and civic leader Jack B. Middleton in a ceremony at the university More >>> (04-05-06)

Rural Northeast is Hit Hard by Job Loss, New Report Shows

Competition in the global economy displaced 1.5 million workers from jobs in rural America in a recent six-year period and is changing the nature of work in many rural areas, a new report by The Carsey Institute at UNH shows. More >>> (04-05-06)

R. Scott Smith, Excellence in Teaching
R. Scott Smith

Campus Journal is pleased to feature UNH's 2005 Faculty Excellence winner profiles this spring. This week’s profile is R. Scott Smith, assistante professor of Classics. To teach mythology well, one has to be a master storyteller able to captivate the imaginations of a new generation. While at UNH, Scott Smith has taught more than 1,600 students; his teaching evaluations average close to a perfect score of five. More >>> (04-05-06)

Search for New WSBE Dean Begins Soon

The university will begin the search process for the new dean at the Whittemore School of Business and Economics following the announcement by Dean Steve Bolander that he will retire Dec. 31, 2006. More >>> (04-05-06)

Statewide Geographic Database Launches New Online Mapping Tool

The New Hampshire Geographically Referenced Analysis and Information Transfer System (NH GRANIT) has launched a new mapping tool that makes the statewide geographic database available over the web. More >>> (04-05-06)

Community Service Organizations Gain When UNH Students Give

On some days, University of New Hampshire freshman Monica Bellevue worked with children at St. Charles Home in Rochester on their reading skills and multiplication tables. On other days, the student volunteer with the UNH Catholic Students Organization found herself trying her best to calm down upset children who were out of control, looking for a fight. More >>> (04-05-06)

Iddles Lecture brings world-renowned chemist to UNH

The 2005-6 Harold A. Iddles Lecture Series brings to the University of New Hampshire a chemist known around the world for her contributions to the fundamental understanding of the functioning of the immune system. More >>> (04-05-06)