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Embrace Life Fully program expands
The Embrace Life Fully (ELF) program has expanded coverage for the Life Line Screening Prevention Program to include benefits eligible spouses/same-gender partners of USNH employees. Life Line will offer three noninvasive and pain-free screenings utilizing advanced Doppler ultrasound, which can check for vascular disease. The screenings are carotid artery/stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm and peripheral arterial disease. The three screenings cost $99, but ELF will subsidize $25 of the cost of the program. Register by Wednesday, March 31. Info: Nancy Puglisi at 2-0929.

Public forum held on storm water management
UNH will hold a public forum to discuss the requirements of the campus Storm Water Management Program. The forum will provide the campus community with an opportunity to give feedback about the program or ask questions related to storm water management. It will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, March 31, in the Piscataqua Room of Holloway Commons. Representatives of UNH, municipal and state governments, and other concerned parties are invited to attend the meeting. UNH will provide a summary of the questions and answers from the forum and will post this information on the UNH Storm Water Management Web site. Info: Brad Manning, 2-4041.

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March 5, 2004, Edition
 
'Explore Your Potential' at the AOP Conference
“Exploring Your Potential” is the theme of the seventh annual Administrative Office Professionals conference at UNH Wednesday, March 17, featuring professional speaker, consultant and actress Karen Abrami Fitzgerald.
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Reading with Robert Bly


Robert Bly, poet and author, will read from his work Monday, March 8, at 6 p.m. in Murkland Auditorium. Bly is the author of the international bestseller Iron John: A Book About Men. In 1966 he co-founded American Writers Against the Vietnam War, and when he won the National Book Award for The Light Around the Body, he contributed the prize money to the Resistance. The reading is free and open to the public. Copies of his books will be available for purchase. (Courtesy photo.)
 
Professor's new book explores impact of having a hysterectomy
In her new book “Am I Still a Woman?: Hysterectomy and Gender Identity,” UNH sociologist Jean Elson goes beyond the medical implications of gynecological surgery to explore the subjective meanings of sexual reproductive organs in relation to being female and feminine. (03-05-04) More >>>
 
Students pitch in to help community file tax returns
The six students, all business majors with UNH’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics, have become certified tax preparers with UNH’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA), which is a collaboration between the university and the Internal Revenue Service. (03-05-04) More >>>
 
 
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