UNH Remembers September 11

The UNH Chaplains Association and UNH President's office commemorate the 5th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, events with an inclusive and simple ceremony of prayer, poems, music and reflection. The event will be held Monday, Sept. 11 at 4:30 p.m. on the lawn at Thompson Hall. All are welcome to help our UNH and Durham community mark this important and powerful event in the life of our nation.

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September 6, 2006
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Interim President Newman to deliver State of the University Thursday

UNH Interim President J. Bonnie Newman will deliver the annual State of the University Address and recognize the 2006 winners of the Faculty in Excellence Awards tomorrow, Sept. 7, in the Memorial Union Building. Members of the university community and the public are invited to attend the address, which begins at 12:30 p.m. in the Granite State Room. Newman will discuss the university’s goals and challenges in the upcoming year. (09-06-06)

Technology Bridges Ocean Gap To Bring Lecturer to UNH

It’s not yet known whether videoconferencing is the wave of the academic future but one thing’s for sure: the technology saved the day when a guest lecturer in England couldn’t make it across the ocean to speak at the UNH Institute on Disability’s annual conference on autism. More >>> (09-06-06)

Saul O Sidore Memorial Lecture Series to Focus on Violence Against Women

For more than 40 years the Saul O Sidore Memorial Lecture Series has made it possible for the university to offer both its community and the people of the state of New Hampshire a series of lectures around a critical and sometimes controversial issue facing society. This year’s series will focus on violence against women, beginning from a discussion of the theoretical, legal and social impact of the work of Andrea Dworkin. More >>> (09-06-06)

Safe Passage: Colovos Road Underpass Moves Toward Completion

The new two-lane street that will allow pedestrians, vehicles and bicycles to safely share the road on the southwest side of campus has moved past the halfway mark toward its completion. More >>> (09-06-06)

Media Relations Welcomes New Campus Journal Editor

The Office of Media Relations welcomes Jody Record as the new editor of Campus Journal, the faculty and staff newspaper at UNH. More >>> (09-06-06)

Local Harvest Dinner Sept. 21 Celebrates Region's Agricultural Bounty

Pork raised in Barrington glazed with honey from Hudson ... buffalo burgers from Durham Point Road ... stuffed organic tomatoes grown on the University of New Hampshire campus. More >>> (09-06-06)

Professor's CIE Trip Lands Her in the Middle of War

Marla Brettschneider, Associate Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies, received a 2006-07 Center for International Education Faculty International Travel grant funded by the VPAA. She traveled recently to Israel to participate in World Pride, the second of such international GLBT Pride events, and to give three talks on her work related to multiracial, adoptive, queer, Jewish families. More >>> (09-06-06)