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Durham Day is Sept. 14
The Durham Town Council invites faculty and staff to join local residents for the annual Durham Day at Wagon Hill Farm from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14. The program will include picnic food, music, boat rides on the Oyster River, games for children, exhibits by UNH and civic groups, and a visit by the Capt. Edward H. Adams Gundalow. The university is assisting in providing food, transportation and sound system services. To ease traffic congestion at the farm, a UNH shuttle bus will depart the downtown Colonial Plaza shopping center at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. with return trips on the half-hour.

Volunteers sought for Judicial and Mediation Programs
The UNH Judicial and Mediation Programs Office is accepting applications for new volunteers for the Fall 2003 semester. The UNH student judicial system relies on faculty and staff to make decisions regarding allegations of student misconduct and to advise students regarding the judicial process. No prior experience necessary. Training begins in September. Info: 2-2509.

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Sept. 5, 2003, Edition
Pillemer named new Paul Chair in psychology
David B. Pillemer has been named the Dr. Samuel E. Paul Chair in Developmental Psychology within the College of Liberal Arts. He will also work closely with The Carsey Institute, a newly established center for innovative research in the social, behavioral, and health sciences at UNH.

The chair is the result of a gift from Troy, N.H., native and UNH alumnus Peter T. Paul, a 1967 graduate in business administration and former president and CEO of Headlands Mortgage Company. It was established in memory of his father, Dr. Samuel E. Paul, a highly regarded physician in Troy for nearly 30 years.
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Chemical-free residence hall is popular spot to live
When UNH students moved back into their residence halls earlier this week, 130 undergraduates who want to live a chemical-free life – no alcohol, tobacco or drugs – chose Engelhardt Hall as part of a themed living community on campus. (9-05-03) More >>>
Welcome to Holloway Commons
Jim Galipeau, a cook at the new Holloway Commons, serves up Asian dishes to hungry patrons. Hundreds of faculty and staff toured the new facility at its Aug. 28 open house. The new dining and conference facility has 70,000 square feet of dining space for up to 800 people.
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University Day and Campus Picnic are Sept. 16
Microbiology recognizes Zsigrays at reunion
Maintenance Control is now Facilities Support Center
UNHM presents Deaf Studies programs
Welcome new faculty members
Institute on Disability hosts conference
University Museum highlights Scheiers

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