Saul O Sidore Memorial Lecture Series Begins Today

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 Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 4 p.m. in the MUBís Theatre II.

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September 13, 2006
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Presidential Search Committee Holds Forum

The most difficult question facing the Presidential Search Committee is how to find a candidate who, whether at the beginning of his or her career or at the end, will view UNH as a place that would challenge them for many years to come. More >>> (09-13-06)

Interim President J. Bonnie Newman
Interim President J. Bonnie Newman Delivers State of the University Address

UNH Interim President J. Bonnie Newman assessed the accomplishments of the last year and outlined future goals during the annual State of the University address Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006. More >>> (09-13-06)

DeMitchell To Present Distinguished Kimball Lecture Friday, Sept. 15

Todd DeMitchell, professor of education, will present the Kimball Lecture Friday, Sept. 15, 2006. The title of his lecture is “The Inadequacy of Legal Protections for the Sexual Abuse of Students.” More >>> (09-13-06)

Space Scientists To Build Instrument For Next-Generation Weather Satellites

With an award in excess of $10 million, scientists from UNH's Space Science Center have been selected to build an instrument for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrationís (NOAA) third-generation weather satellites under the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES-R) Program. More >>> (09-13-06)

Does Evil Really Exist?

No, not in the sense of being satanic or demonic atrocities, according to David Frankfurter, professor of religious studies and history at UNH. True evil is a social construction that inspires people to brutal acts in the name of moral order. More >>> (09-13-06)

Dining Installs Waterless Urinals

Starting this fall, visiting the menís rooms of any UNH dining hall will be a green experience, thanks to new waterless urinals installed by UNH Dining over the summer. More >>> (09-13-06)

SurveyCat Provides Personalized Surveys

University departments, organizations, and faculty members who want to construct and conduct customized surveys can save money by doing it themselves with “SurveyCat”, a service launched recently by UNH Web Solutions at Computer and Information Services. More >>> (09-13-06)

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