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  • John Cerullo Co-Authors Book on Brock Impeachment, Judicial Independence

    John Cerullo Co-Authors Book on Brock Impeachment, Judicial Independence

    In his new book The Impeachment of Chief Justice David Brock: Judicial Independence and Civic Populism, Professor Emeritus of History John Cerullo examines the legislative, judicial and civic consequences of the contentious effort to remove a chief justice from the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Read More
  • Therapy dogs ensure a frazzle free finals week at UNH Manchester

    Cookies, Cocoa and Therapy Dogs Ensure “Frazzle Free Finals”

    With finals week approaching, we know our students are hard at work with projects, exams, and essays. That’s why the Library, Center for Academic Enrichment (CAE), and Office of Student Involvement have joined forces to give you some much-needed study breaks over the next two weeks. You’re hitting the books hard, so Frazzle Free Finals features activities, goodies, and giveaways to keep your mind and body motivated through the rest of the semester. Here’s what we have planned so far, but keep checking back as we add more activities:   Read More
  • Breaking the News in Manchester

    Nathan Whitehead cut his journalism teeth with The Crusader, Manchester Memorial High School’s student paper, as a contributor and assistant editor-in-chief. The Crusader proved to be a good fit with his interest in both journalism and politics. He also saw the paper as a great way to get involved with the school community.   Read More
  • Code.org partnership

    UNH Partners with Code.org to Advance K-12 Computer Science Education in NH

    Continuing their commitment to excellence in science, technology, engineering and math education, the University of New Hampshire announced its selection as a Code.org regional partner. The Code.org regional partnership will provide high-quality professional development to educators in New Hampshire through local district partnerships and by building a positive local community of computer science educators. Read More
  • Wild E. Cat at 2017 Manchester Christmas Parade

    Calling All Wildcats: Join Us for Holiday Breakfast and Manchester Christmas Parade, Dec. 2

    Join the University of New Hampshire community on Saturday, December 2, to show off our Wildcat pride as we march in the 2017 Manchester Christmas Parade. UNH Manchester will also be hosting breakfast with Santa at 11 a.m., featuring a waffle bar, hot cocoa, cookie decorating and activities for all ages. Read More
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  • City of Manchester skyline

    In the News: Manchester Connects Shares Goals for Queen City Development

    More than 100 people attended a town hall discussion Wednesday to review a new report from the civic group Manchester Connects, detailing potential cultural and economic development initiatives for the Queen City’s downtown and Millyard areas. The report was created using community input culled from a series of public meetings and workshops over the past year and a half, where more than 200 city residents shared ideas and visions for the future of the state’s largest city. Read More
  • STEM Fellowship Program Yields Big Impacts

    Manchester students get hands-on experience at the STEM Discovery Lab. Termites are tiny pests with a big appetite. But, as students in the Agnes Lindsay STEM Fellowship Program learned on a recent Thursday afternoon, inside every termite are even tinier microorganisms that help the insect digest wood. Read More
  • Event: Cybersecurity and Data Privacy 2017, November 2

    The BioTech/MedTech Cluster, a subsidiary of the New Hampshire High Tech Council (Council), will host a cybersecurity event on Thursday, November 2 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at University of New Hampshire’s Manchester campus. The event, titled “Cybersecurity and Data Privacy in 2017,” will focus on safety and data security risks in the digital world. Read More
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  • Alicia Finney organizes an activity in the STEM Discovery Lab.

    STEM Discovery Lab Welcomes Alicia Finney as Program Instructor

    The STEM Discovery Lab is thrilled to welcome Alicia Finney as a Program Instructor. Alicia is in her senior year in the biological sciences program at University of New Hampshire Manchester. Read More
  • Event: Sidore Lecture Series Centers on Law, Politics and Safety in New Hampshire

    UNH Manchester invites you to the Sidore Lecture Series, a three-part discussion on law, politics and safety in New Hampshire. The Series takes place on October 19 and November 14, and includes presentations by a local lobbyist and leaders from the state's Homeland Security and Emergency Management department.  Thanks to the generous support of the Saul O Sidore Memorial Foundation, these events are free and open to the public. Read More
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