UNH Special Collections and the University Museum present a hallway exhibit of the work of Herbert Odgen Waters. The exhibit includes seven prints from Special Collections and examples of the artist’s wood blocks, a loan from the UNH Museum of Art.
Government Information presents our latest featured resource, the International Year of Statistics, promoted by the American Statistical Association, the International Biometric Society, and the Royal Statistical Society.
The goal of this initiative is to promote "the importance of statistics to the scientific community, business and government data users, the media," and a range of other users.
We are happy to announce that ebrary has recently added over 3,800 scholarly e-books to their database, Academic Complete.
These titles come from over 150 prestigious publishers, including University of North Carolina Press, De Gruyter, Oxford University Press, University of Pennsylvania Press, I.B. Tauris, ASCD, Kogan Page, Royal Society of Chemistry, University of California Press, and many more. Academic Complete now includes more than 84,900 e-books.
We are pleased to announce that we now have access to the entire ASTM Standards and Engineering Digital Library. Our subscription includes access to all 13,000 ASTM Standards (current/active, historical, and redlined versions), as well as manuals, monographs, data series, STPs (Special Technical Publications) and 8 journals.
If this database is useful to you, please contact our Collection Management Librarian, Jen Carroll, or comment here.
The fifth annual UNH Master of Fine Arts Invitational Exhibition at the UNH Museum will run from April 5 to May 9, 2013. In this unique display, UNH MFA students invite influential teachers, colleagues, family members, or friends to exhibit alongside them.
Please join us for an opening reception on Friday, April 5, 5 PM-7 PM. All are welcome.
The University Museum is located on the Level 1 of Dimond Library. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 10 AM-4 PM and Saturday 12 PM-4 PM.
The UNH Traditional Jazz Series presents Michael White and the New Liberty City Jazz Band on Monday, April 1 at 8pm in the Johnson Theater at the Paul Creative Arts Center.
Tickets are $8 general admission; $6 students/senior citizens and are available at the PCAC Box Office (603) 862-7222, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., online at www.unharts.com, and at the door one hour prior to performance.
The UNH Library has a few new database trials for the month of March for users to check out. Until March 29th, we have access to:
- History Vault Black Freedom 1
- History Vault Black Freedom 2
- History Vault NAACP 1
- History Vault NAACP 2
- History Vault Plantations 1
- History Vault Slavery and the Law
- History Vault Women's Rights 1
- Historical African-American Newspapers
They can all be accessed at ProQuest.
We are happy to announce the opening of the Geospatial Services Center (GSC) in Room 337 of Dimond Library.
The GSG is available to help novice users of geographic information system (GIS) and related software, such as Google Earth. Students, as well as faculty and staff, can use the GSC to get started on a new project or, if already working on a project, to get basic level help in completing it. You do not need to be enrolled in a course to use the GSC.
When the heating system in Murkland Hall failed in late January causing water damage to various parts of the building, it’s likely there wasn’t much thought given to the upside. Turns out there was one, though.
Cleanup efforts uncovered the original charter of UNH’s Phi Beta Kappa Society, issued in December 1952.
Films of history, humor, and sheer entertainment are included in the current Multimedia display of movies about the Presidents of the United States. We have put together a collection of films that reflect how our presidents have shaped the history of our nation. Included are the PBS American Experience Presidents Collection of documentaries which give you a look into the lives of many of the men who have led our nation.