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It’s vehicle inspection time for U-Plates
All university vehicles (U-Plate vehicles) must be inspected during the months of February and March. Valid inspection stickers must be in place on all vehicles by March 31. Please stop by the Automotive Garage to schedule your appointment or call 2-3937 or 2-2746.

Faculty: Are your students interested in URC?
The Undergraduate Research Conference 2004 (aka URC 04) will be a weeklong, campuswide celebration of the research, creativity, and scholarly work of UNH undergraduates. The conference will take place from April 26 through May 1. Organizers hope that UNH faculty and staff will urge eligible undergraduates to participate in the conference, and encourage all students to attend URC activities. To present at URC 04, students or their faculty advisers must register by March 12.

Make sure your FITSI application is in by Feb. 26
Applications are being accepted for the third annual Faculty Instructional Technology Summer Institute (FITSI) sponsored by CIS Academic Technology to be held at UNH June 7-11. The institute is a hands-on training program offered to faculty and instructors in full-time, permanent positions at UNH.

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Feb. 13, 2004, Edition
English Department establishes two funds honoring DePorte
In the last days of his life, English Professor Michael DePorte made sure that his dedication to teaching and scholarship would continue long after his death.
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Inaugural Hayes Lecture
W. Jeffrey Bolster, associate professor of history and the James H. Hayes and Claire Short Hayes Chair in the Humanities, presents his inaugural address, “The People’s Right to Revolution: Article X of the New Hampshire Constitution.” The James H. Hayes and Claire Short Hayes Chair in the Humanities is endowed by a generous gift to UNH’s Center for the Humanities. The chair supports teaching and research in New Hampshire history, culture and politics. Bolster will hold the chair through 2007. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)

UNH student-athletes are at the top of their academic game
UNH student-athletes are the most successful academically in the America East Conference, ranking No. 1 with the largest number of student-athletes on the conference’s fall Academic Honor Roll. (02-13-04) More >>>
Study Circles focused on diversity begin at university
Yesterday marked the beginning of the second in a series of study circles, this time focused on diversity. Last semester, faculty, students, staff and members of the Durham community participated in study circles on student behavior and alcohol. This was the third round of study circles at UNH since 1997. As of last week, about 80 people from UNH and the town had signed up to participate. (02-13-04) More >>>

A Test Run
Senior Andrew Demeusy practices his interview skills with Robin Albert, director of the Volunteer Action Center with the United Way of the Greater Seacoast. Mock
Interview Day is just one of many resources offered by the University Advising and Career Center to students, faculty, staff and alumni. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)

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EMCS Library moves to NH Hall
Center offers hearing aid dispensing
Academic Plan incorporates diversity goals

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