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Development grants available
The UNH Staff Professional Development Grant Committee meets four times each year to review applications and award grants. Applications for the first quarter of the year are due Monday, Sept. 8. Information and grant applications can be found
online or you may contact Patsy Stuart at 2-2208.

Business Services needs helpers
Business Services in Stoke Hall is seeking volunteers to assist with the Fall 2003 Financial Clearance. Volunteers are needed Tuesday, Sept. 2, and Wednesday, Sept. 3, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Volunteers can work all or a portion of one or both days. Volunteers will help monitor customer lines, direct traffic flow, assist students, run a video and check clearance status. No experience is necessary, and training will be provided to those who want it the week of Aug. 25. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided to volunteers. For more information or to volunteer, contact Cheryl Goetz at 2-0091.

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Aug. 29, 2003 Edition
UNH named top tier Sea Grant College
NOAA Administrator and Undersecretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere Vice Admiral Conrad Lautenbacher Jr. presents President Ann Weaver Hart with a plaque commemorating the university’s new status as a top tier Sea Grant College. (Doug Prince/UNH Photo Services)
UNH is one of only nine universities in the nation to hold top tier status as a land, space and sea grant institution.

Affirming its commitment to serving the needs of its state citizens, UNH officially became a full land, space and sea grant institution at an Aug. 20, ceremony in Dimond Library.

“These three programs are all unique in that Congress created them to bridge the gap between researchers and stakeholders by formally incorporating education and outreach into each program’s mission,” said UNH Vice President for Research and Public Service Donald Sundberg during the ceremony.
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New students get their start at UNH by helping others
Thirty-four first-year students will begin their college career at UNH a week before their classmates, as part of a service education program called PrOVES Pre-Orientation Volunteer Experience in Service. (8-29-03) More >>>

Chamberlin joins state educational technology council
The New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE) has selected a UNH distance learning expert to join the Statewide Education Technology Council. (8-29-03)
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