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American Cancer Society Daffodil Days is happening
The Campus Recreation Department is coordinating collections for Daffodil Days flower sales. Individuals can purchase bouquets of 10 daffodils for $7 by writing a check (to the American Cancer Society) and placing the order at the front desk of the Recreation Center (during all open hours) by Tuesday, Feb. 24. Checks only please. Individuals may also pick up an order form and coordinate collections within departments, fraternities/sororities, apartment units, dorms, or schools. This person would also be the contact point for delivery and distribution when the flowers arrive. The flowers will be delivered the week of March 22-26 to the Campus Recreation Office. Once they arrive all will be called to come and pick them up as soon as possible.

Admissions is seeking student representatives
The Admissions Office is seeking nominations and recommendations for energetic, outgoing students for our volunteer admissions “rep” program. This group provides visiting prospective students and their families with an inside look at UNH and its programs through daily tours of campus, informational sessions, open houses and other related programs. Interested students may obtain applications at Grant House. The deadline for students to submit applications for the 2004-2005 academic year is April 2.

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Feb. 20, 2004, Edition
 
Gregg secures $7.2 million for Project54
UNH’s Consolidated Advanced Technologies (CAT) Lab will receive $7.2 million to bring Project54 technology to an additional 399 local and state police cruisers in the next two years.
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Scenes from the Study Abroad Fair
Emily Strauss and Jesse Bishop staff the Ecoquest booth at the recent Study Abroad Fair. For more information on studying abroad, visit the Center for International Education at www.unh.edu/cie/studyabroad/starting.html. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)
 
MacFarlane joins Honors Program as new director
In 1984 when History Professor Robert Mennel became the first director of the Honors Program, he hoped it would capitalize on UNH’s significant teaching and research talent to challenge the most dedicated students and enrich their educational experience. “That hope has been realized repeatedly over the past 20 years,” said Mennel, who after 20 years, has stepped down as the program’s director. Lisa MacFarlane, professor of English and American studies, is his successor. (02-20-04) More >>>
 
Trustees approve utilities upgrade
The University System of New Hampshire Board of Trustees last week authorized UNH to upgrade the current heating plant and related facilities on the Durham campus -– a plan that is projected to avoid energy costs of $35 million over the next 20 years. (02-20-04) More >>>
 

Writing a UROP Proposal
Amanda Merrill (far left), program associate with the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP), and Donna Brown, director of UROP, help prospective UROPers learn how to write a research proposal. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)

 
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