UNH PD To Hold Auction

The UNH Police Department will auction unclaimed recovered bicycles and other miscellaneous property Aug. 20, 2006. The auction starts at 10 a.m. at the police station. For more information, call 2-1427.

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UNH’s Project54 showcases latest advances

Project54, the voice-activated police cruiser developed by UNH engineers, showcased several new innovations--including datacasting with New Hampshire Public Television --during an event at the Public Safety Complex Tuesday. More >>> (08-16-06)

CCRC: Youth Online Exposed to More Porn but Fewer Sexual Solicitations

A new national survey of online youth has both bad news and good news for those concerned about Internet safety. The bad news: increasing exposure to unwanted pornography and online harassment and cyber-bullying. The good news: less sexual solicitation. More >>> (08-16-06)

Mussels Evolve Quickly To Defend Against Invasive Crabs

Scientists UNH have found that invasive crab species may precipitate evolutionary change in blue mussels in as little as 15 years. More >>> (08-16-06)

Professor’s New Book Details How To Make It Big In The Hospitality Industry

Think you can’t get rich as a waiter? Think again. According to a new book The Wealthy Waiter by Joe Durocher, associate professor of hospitality management at UNH, waiters and waitresses can easily pull down $150,000 a year as long as they do two things – act like entrepreneurs and think of their tables as a franchise. More >>> (08-16-06)

New Hampshire Exporters Cashing In On Undervalued U.S. Dollar

New Hampshire exporters are cashing in on a weak U.S. dollar and will hold on to their competitive advantage into early 2007, according to a new study by the International Private Enterprise Center at the UNH Whittemore School of Business and Economics. More >>> (08-16-06)

Why Did The United States Launch The War On Terror?

When the Bush administration launched its “war on terror” immediately following the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, it did so without a “war narrative” – a cohesive and consistent story firmly developed in the minds of the public that prepared them politically and psychologically for the conflict, according to a new study co-authored by Melvin Dubnick, professor of public administration. More >>> (08-16-06)

CIE Travel Report: Carolyn White

Carolyn White, associate professor of library science, UNHM Library and Media Services, received one of the 2006-07 CIE Faculty International Travel grants funded by the VPAA. White recently traveled to Prato, Italy, to present a paper at the 6th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, & Change in Organisations. More >>> (08-16-06)