Stories in Topic: Campus Life

  • 10.01.14 - UNH Welcomes New Faculty Members
    First year students aren’t the only ones who began their UNH careers in September. Thirty-two new faculty members have joined the staff. Below is a list of the new members by college. College of Health and Human Services Robert Barcelona, associate professor, recreation management and policy   Kiernan Gordon, assistant professor, kinesiology
  • UNH Harvest Dinner
    09.29.14 - Food, Glorious (Local) Food
    Harvest Dinner on Oct. 1 will feature high-end menu items with locally sourced ingredients
      If you skipped breakfast or lunch today, you are forewarned: this article will make your stomach rumble and your mouth water.
  • UNH Campus Journal-Faculty and Staff news
    09.25.14 - Campus Journal: Faculty and Staff News
    Search Underway for Vice President of Finance and Administration   President Mark W. Huddleston is leading the search to hire a new vice president for finance and administration. This summer Dick Cannon announced he would retire later this year http://unh.edu/unhtoday/2014/06/dick-cannon-retire.
  • Dana Hamel
    09.25.14 - $10 Million Gift to UNH Will Support N.H. Student Scholarship
    Largest gift for scholarships in university’s history
  • University Day Picnic at UNH
    09.18.14 - University Day Picnic 2014
  • UNH Pre-orientation adventure--PAWS
    09.17.14 - An Adventure in PAWS: First-Year Students Go All-Outdoors
  • UNH Career Closet
    09.09.14 - A Closet for Career Seekers
    UNH Career Center makes dressing for an interview less expensive
    You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, but making a good impression can be expensive—especially if you’re a college student with a wardrobe that’s more jeans and t-shirts than business suits.
  • Professor Kerry Johnson, ACE Fellow
    09.04.14 - UNH Hosts ACE Fellow Kerry Johnson
    The provost’s office welcomes Kerry Johnson to the University of New Hampshire for the 2014-2015 academic year. A professor and associate dean of the School of Liberal Arts at Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass., Johnson is visiting UNH as an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow.
  • UNH Freshman Move-in Day 2014
    09.04.14 - Freshman Move-In Day
  • Pay Parking Station at the University of New Hampshire
    09.03.14 - “Pay and Display” Hourly Parking Pay Stations Installed at UNH
    New “Pay and Display” parking pay station kiosks have been installed on the University of New Hampshire’s Durham campus. The kiosks will provide pay-per-hour parking permits in lots and many campus parking spaces that were formerly regulated by traditional parking meters or an attendant. 
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston
    09.03.14 - Welcome Back, Students: A Message from President Mark Huddleston
    Welcome back to UNH. I’m especially excited to greet UNH’s newest Wildcats, our largest first-year class ever. We’re glad you’re here and ready to start a year full of challenges and personal success. 
  • University Day at UNH
    08.28.14 - University Day is September 16
  • Tailgating at a University of New Hampshire football game
    08.19.14 - New Tailgating Policy Released
  • 06.12.14 - A Home for Excellence
    New center emphasizes the student in student-athlete
    The squeak of basketball shoes, the heavy clank of weights, the—sound of silence as students dig in on term papers and study for tests?
  • 06.12.14 - Blast from the Past
    A wallet lost 30 years ago is found
    Louise Broom-Peltz '83 didn't remember losing her wallet as a UNH undergrad some 30 years ago—and she certainly wasn't expecting the phone call that came on April 21, telling her that it had been found.
  • 06.12.14 - New Briefs
    News from UNH campus
    KUDOS: Two UNH professors will be taking their talents abroad this fall as recipients of Fulbright awards, which are among the most prestigious awards a faculty member can receive. J.
  • 06.12.14 - Home Improvement
    Campus upgrades are underway
    FUTURE PERFECT: A complete renovation of iconic Hamilton Smith Hall will begin after the end of the 2014-15 academic year.
  • 06.12.14 - The Office
    Step inside the office of UNH's only puppetry instructor, Carol Fisher
    Click here for a closer look!
  • 06.11.14 - In a Class by Himself
    Charles Hood was the Class of 1880
    Eighteen-year-old Charlie Hood was in a hay field on his father's Derry, N.H., dairy farm when a stranger approached him with an unusual opportunity: a chance to earn a college degree.
  • Two women make a high five
    06.03.14 - UNH Orientation