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Staff, nonunion faculty salary increases are being distributed
The FY’04 salary increases retroactive to Sept. 1, 2003, and associated bonuses for eligible faculty and staff were reflected in the Nov. 7 paycheck for salaried non-AAUP faculty and staff, and will be in the Nov. 14 paycheck for operating staff. Other personnel actions that were placed “on hold” through the testing phase such as introductory increases, reclassification increases and equity adjustments are being processed and should be reflected in the Nov. 21 paycheck for salaried non-AAUP faculty and staff, and the Nov. 28 paycheck for operating staff retroactive to the initial effective date. Any questions may be addressed to Joyce Cleary at 2-0513.

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Nov. 14, 2003, Edition
History professor receives prestigious award
Nicoletta Gullace, associate professor of history at UNH, was recently awarded the North American Conference on British Studies Book Prize for 2003 for the best book on British studies by a scholar in the United States or Canada. (11-14-03) More >>>
Honoring Our Veterans
UNH ROTC recently honored four alumni by inducting them into the ROTC hall of fame during a Veteran’s Day ceremony. Honored were, from left, Army Col. Burnell V. Bryant, whose award was accepted by Army Col. Pierre D. Boy, Navy Rear Adm. Kathleen Koehlere Paige, Air Force Lt. Col. Albert J. Britton, and Navy Capt. William C. Pizzano. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)
UNH awarded patent for cancer treatment
UNH has been granted a U.S. patent for a new way to kill cancer cells.
Roy Planalp, associate professor of chemistry in the UNH College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, invented the novel chemotherapy in collaboration with researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Wake Forest University Health Sciences in Winston-Salem, N.C., which share the patent with UNH.
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