Curriculum & Academics

  • The Moran Era Photograph Collection is a compilation of images from various sources which spans the 26 years for which Clement Moran was University of New Hampshire Photographer. This collection visually tells the story of early campus life during the…
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    "The Mission of Finance and Administration is to provide expert support to the President and to develop, implement, and continuously improve upon the best practices and highest quaility services for students, faculty, and staff that enable and enhance…
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    The College of Liberal Arts offers numerous faculty-directed study abroad programs to UNH studens from all its colleges. This collection contains information from both the Cambridge and London programs, dated 1993-2015. This collection consists of two…
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    Chappell Studio, Inc. from Fairfield, Iowa started offering a graduation archival program in 1993. UNH commencement ceremony photographs taken by Chappell Studios (no other universities are included)
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    The Botany Department was part of the curriculum of the Agriculture devision of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. This history was developed by the departmental review team, 1971.
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    Whittemore School Faculty Meetings
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    The Division of Continuing Education (DCE) was established in 1969-70 to offer an associate’s degree program specifically designed for the part-time, adult student. This collection contains a small sampling of the types of courses offered through DCE…
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    Teaching Excellence was a one page newsletter containing an article that was reproduced with permission from Teaching Excellence, a member service of the POD Network in Higher Education.
  • University Archives
    This is a collection of newsletters created by various UNH colleges and organizations. Most lasted only a short production run before being discontinued.
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    The University of New Hampshire Occupational Therapy program was initiated in 1942 as a major program offered by the Art Department of the College of Liberal Arts. It was first accredited by the American Occupational Therapy Association and the…
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    The Art Division of the Library was opened April 1939. The scrapbook of art division information was compiled by George R. Thomas.
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    Ann Weaver Hart was appointed eighteenth president of the University of New Hampshire on July 1, 2002. This collection contains the presidential papers of Ann Weaver Hart
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    The Beta of New Hampshire chapter of Phi Beta Kappa was installed on December 16, 1952. Members include UNH, UNH Manchester and the UNH School of Law faculty, staff, and administrators as well as students elected during their junior or senior year.…
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    James Horrigan led a distinguished career as a Professor of Accounting and Finance. He taught at Notre Dame from 1956 to 1966, and then at the University of New Hampshire for 30 years until his retirement in 1996. Teaching and community files of…
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    [bioghist abstract] One scrapbook of newspaper clippings created by the staff at the UNH College of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
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    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was established in 1866. In 1911, a major reorganization of the entire institution took place. Three divisions were established: the Agricultural Division, the Engineering Division and the…
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    Jean Brierley (1908-1986) graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1930 with a baccalaureate degree in Zoology. The first Brierley Award was presented in 1991 to Lester A. Fisher of the Department of English. In the years since then each winner of the…
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    The Office of Academic Affairs spearhead the university's progress in academic programming, faculty development, and student academic affairs. These files contain support materials for the 1983 University Accreditation process, minutes and reports…
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    Frank McCann, Ph.D., Indiana U., Bloomington, is a professor emeritus of history at the University of New Hampshire. His research focuses on Brazilian and Spanish-American history, U.S. relations with Latin America, and native peoples of the Americas…
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    The University of New Hampshire Occupational Therapy program was initiated in 1942 as a major program offered by the Art Department of the College of Liberal Arts. This collection contains memorabilia and artifacts compiled as part of the 50th…
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    Frank W. Rane was a Professor of Horticulture at UNH between 1896-1905. This series contains four volumes of carbon copied letters written by Frank W. Rane, Professor of horiticulture (1896-1905) concerning the business of running the Dept. of Horticulture.
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    The Writers' Conference of the University of New Hampshire was initiated in 1938 to promote undergraduate writing. It lasted until 1962. The collection contains letters, pamphlets, brochures, newspaper clippings, and photographs which relate to and document the…
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    Ralph Dorn Hetzel graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1906. He taught English and public speaking at Oregon State College and became a full professor there in 1910. In 1912 he was asked to organize a political science department and in 1913 was made the director of the extension services…
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    The University Resources Task Force was created in February 1975 to study the use of the University's resources and to make recommendations to the President which would result in savings and reallocation of these resources. This series contains the…
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    This series contains the commencement address of the Hon. Edwin Willets to the graduates of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in 1894.
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    All students enrolled in the honors program are required to complete a thesis. Completed theses are housed in the University Archives.
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    The Department of Chemistry originated in 1868, when the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts opened its doors in Hanover, NH. Ezekiel Dimond was the college's first faculty member, as well as the department's only full time professor in the early years. In 1893, Fred Morse…
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    This series contains videotapes concerning Whittemore School of Business and Economics.
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    The University of New Hampshire Administration Committee consisted of the President and the senior faculty members. The Committee made decisions about most of the problems and concerns that arose on the campus. Among other functions, the committee…
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    The School of Health and Human Services was established as the Division of Health Studies in 1969. The following year it was renamed the School of Health Studies. In 1990, it was reorganized as the School of Health and Human Services. Prior to 1969 health studies courses were part of the College of…
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    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was founded in 1866 and first located in Hanover, NH. The college moved to Durham, NH in 1893 and in 1923 became the University of New Hampshire. The first class to graduate consisted of…
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    Edward Morgan Lewis served as president of the University of New Hampshire from September 1, 1927 to May 24, 1936. Lewis received both his undergraduate and graduate education from Williams College. He came to UNH from Massachusetts Agricultural…
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    The Accreditation Steering Committee oversaw re-accreditation processes at the University of New Hampshire from 1983-1994. This series consists of records maintained by the Steering Committee for UNH Regional Accreditation by the New England…
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    This series contains the pamphlet Agricultural Education Historically Considered, by Charles W. Scott. Scott was a professor at the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts and he covers the history of agricultural education in his essay.
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    The UNH undergraduate writing requirement was instituted in 1995. This collection contains the files of the Writing Across the Curriculum Program.
  • University Archives
    The Department of Chemistry originated in 1868, when the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts opened its doors in Hanover, NH. Ezekiel Dimond was the college's first faculty member, as well as the department's only full time professor in the early years. In 1893, Fred Morse…
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    This series contains videotapes covering a variety of subjects associated with the university.
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    The Committee on Academic Programs and Teaching Methods was a committee of the Faculty Council. This series contains the records of the Committee on Academic Programs and Teaching Methods of the University of New Hampshire.
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    The School of Health and Human Services was established as the Division of Health Studies in 1969. The following year it was renamed the School of Health Studies. In 1990, it was reorganized as the School of Health and Human Services. Prior to 1969 health studies courses were part of the College of…
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    The University of New Hampshire was founded in 1866 by the state legislature as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. First situated in Hanover in connection with Dartmouth College, the NHCAMA was removed to its Durham campus…
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    Roy Deneale Hunter was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the University of New Hampshire in 1916. He then became president of the Board in 1931 until his death in 1944. Hunter also acted as Chief Executive Officer of UNH twice, following the death of President Lewis in 1937 and President…
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    The Merrimack Valley Branch of the University of New Hampshire was established in Manchester in September 1967. The branch started as an extension center. There were thirty-one credit courses, taught almost entirely by regular faculty members from the…
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    Governor Huntley N. Spaulding of New Hampshire presented a gift to UNH in 1934 of $15,000. The money was set up as a revolving loan to be given to needy students for anything from tuition to books or living expenses. The president of the University was in charge of the fund. This series contains…
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    In October 1989, M. Daniel Smith of the Dept. of Education received a grant from the USNH Innovation and Opportunity Grants program to conduct a project he called “Outcomes/Antecedents Assessment Inquiry” that would assess cognitive outcomes of the…
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    In 1915 the Electrical Engineering Department offered a correspondence course in the use of measuring instruments. This folder contains booklets titled "Measuring Instruments and Integrating Wattmeters".
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    This series contains videotapes produced for the Computer and Information Services.
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    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was incorporated in 1866 by the state legislature as was one of the early land-grant institutions of public higher education established under the Morrill Act. Orignally located in Hanover, NH, it was removed to Durham in 1893 and…
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    The School of Health and Human Services was established as the Division of Health Studies in 1969. The following year it was renamed the School of Health Studies. In 1990, it was reorganized as the School of Health and Human Services. Prior to 1969 health studies courses were part of the College of…
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    The inaugural celebration for UNH President Dr. Ann Weaver Hart held on November 21-22, 2002 included an academic convocation to celebrate the scholarly and creative work of its faculty. In 2004, the academic convocation became part of University Day events.
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    Dr. Fred Engelhardt was chosen as president of UNH on December 1, 1936, assuming office the following April. He served as president until his death on February 3, 1944. The Fred Engelhardt Papers include topics such as library alterations, the WPA, the National Defence, and the military department.