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Two professors at the University of New Hampshire have received Fulbright awards, which are among the most prestigious awards that a faculty member can receive and will allow them to do in-depth research abroad.
Thumbs up for ingenuity to a group of University of New Hampshire students who are planning to roll out a "pee bus" to collect urine from fellow students, hoping to create what they call the fertilizer of the future.
The University of New Hampshire will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit from March 30 to April 2, by a team representing the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges .
Usher in spring with a visit to the University of New Hampshire Macfarlane Greenhouses during the annual open house Friday and Saturday, March 28-29.
Prevent Child Abuse Vermont has developed programs specifically for schools with the goal of ending the generational cycle of child abuse.
February employment numbers continued to decline for people with disabilities when compared to February 2013, in contrast to a more positive outlook for people without disabilities, according to today's National Trends in Disability Employment - Monthly Update , issued by Kessler Foundation and the University of New Hampshire's Institute on ... (more)
The Block Island Times' editor Lars Trodson is not just a newspaper man; he's an avid writer of 54 who writes in many genres and regularly contributes to the blog Roundtablepictures.com.
Kewaunee Lapseritis, AS, BA, MS, is a Holistic Health Consultant, Master Herbalist and Master Dowser with background in anthropology, psychology, conservation, and holistic health.
The EXPO featured food, drinks and music from different areas of the globe. Internships and study abroad opportunities were presented to students by the school's Global Education staff.
Scott A. Weitzell, 50, of 75 Elm St., Newmarket, was arrested Feb. 21 at his home and charged with attempting to falsify physical evidence and resisting arrest or detention.
Michele Dillon, a scholar of Catholicism and professor of sociology at the University of New Hampshire, is available to comment on Pope Francis's first year as pope, including his style and tone, reactions from lay Catholics, his popularity and whether this has translated into an increase in Mass attendance, and issues such as economic inequality ... (more)
A group of University of New Hampshire students plans to collect human urine as part of a research project aimed at diverting liquid waste from treatment plants and instead using it as fertilizer.
For most, he exists only in the signature of his emails and the late-night whispers that fill dorms across the University of New Hampshire campus.
Richard Tisei, one of three openly gay Republicans running for Congress this year, joins HuffPost Live to discuss the political landscape and whether his candidacy may be a catalyst for change within the GOP.