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Wireless Internet access available in Dimond Library
Wireless Internet access now is available at the Dimond Library in three reading rooms: Special Collections (Level One) Addison and Hubbard (Level Three) and both balcony areas on Level Four. Two branch libraries, the Biological Sciences Library in Kendall Hall and the Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science Library (Engineering/Math Library) now located in New Hampshire Hall, also have wireless access. Laptops available in the branches can be used on the wireless network and wireless printing is available in the Engineering/Math Library. Patrons who have laptops with wireless cards are invited to use their own computers in all three libraries.


Judicial Programs Office seeks volunteers
The Judicial Programs Office is looking for dedicated individuals to serve as hearing board members, hearing officers, appellate board members and staff advisors for the upcoming 2004-2005 academic year. No prior experience is necessary. Training will be provided during each semester for all volunteers. To volunteer, call the Judicial Programs Office at 2-3377 or 2-2509.

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April 30, 2004, Edition
 
Student achievement honored at Convocation
NH will recognize the academic achievements of 1,826 honors students and 303 Presidential Scholars at its 2004 Honors Convocation at 2 p.m., Saturday, May 8, 2004, at the Whittemore Center Arena. (04-30-04) More >>>
 
Demers named head of Human Resources
With 30 years of service to the university, Sharon Demers has been named assistant vice president of Human Resources at UNH.
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CSDC celebrates the Week of the Young Child

Students with the Child Study and Development Center (CSDC) lead a parade across campus in celebration of the National Week of the Young Child last week. The CSDC is about to launch a year of celebrations of 75 years of operation as a center of excellence at UNH for research, teacher training and service. The CSDC began in 1929 as a small laboratory program within the Home Economics Department and has grown into a nationally recognized site for inquiry-based early education. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)

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Education professor receives Fulbright to study in Morocco
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