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Public forum on Campus Master Plan set for Oct. 16
A public forum about the Campus Master Plan will be held at 12:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 16, In the MUB Theatre II. This is a presentation of the draft plan by the Campus Master Plan consultants ASG.

Interested in Weight Watchers?
A new fall 2003 session of Weight Watchers at Work is beginning; new and returning members, as well as students, are all invited to join the supportive Durham group that meets Mondays at noon in New Hampshire Hall.

Come say goodbye
An open house for Faye McKee, who is retiring from the housekeeping department, will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 24, at NH Fish & Game. A retirement reception for Bud Young, who is retiring from the HVACR (refrigeration) shop, will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 25, at the Woodsides Community Building.

Red Cross holds blood drive
The Durham Red Cross will hold a blood drive Monday, Sept. 22, through Thursday, Sept. 25, noon to 5 p.m. at the MUB in the Granite State Room. Info: 868-9692.

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Sept. 19, 2003, Edition
State of the University Address: Achievements and Challenges
UNH President Ann Weaver Hart highlighted the university’s achievements and outlined challenges during the annual State of the University Address Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2003.

“You are in a room filled with people committed to advancing our abilities to teach our students to the ultimate of their potential, to push the boundaries of new knowledge and understanding, and to expand what we teach and learn for a better future for New Hampshire and the people of the world,” Hart told nearly 400 faculty, students, staff, Durham town officials and community members. Prior to her address, she read a proclamation from Gov. Craig Benson, who declared Sept. 16, 2003, “University Day.”
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Faculty recognized for excellence
Seventeen faculty members have been honored for excellence in teaching, research and public service at the University of New Hampshire. Nominated by their colleagues and students, winners of the annual Excellence awards represent every school and college within the university. “Each year we are challenged to select the most outstanding faculty who demonstrate the rich expertise that we enjoy at UNH,” says Bruce Mallory, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs. (9-19-03) More >>>
CEPS electron resonance lab dedicated in honor of researcher
The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences has dedicated an electron resonance laboratory in memory and honor of researcher John K. Grady, who died of leukemia in January at the age of 42.

Grady, who lived in Somersworth, played key roles in the construction and operation of the specialized instruments found in the lab, which will bear his name. “In many ways, John was the backbone of my lab,” said N. Dennis Chasteen, Lyle Professor of Chemistry. “He looked after its day-to-day operation and was a mentor and true friend of many undergraduate and graduate students, technicians and postdoctoral fellows who worked there over the years. John left his mark in science, but more importantly, he enriched the lives of all who were fortunate to know him.”
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