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Last day to turn in benefits enrollment forms
Faculty and staff can make changes to their USNH benefits during the UNH open enrollment period, which runs the month of October. Forms were mailed the week of Sept. 27. Those making changes or re-enrolling in a Flexible Spending Account must return completed enrollment forms to Human Resources, 2 Leavitt Lane, by Friday, Oct. 29. All changes will take effect Jan. 1, 2005.

Lactation room available
The UNH President’s Commission on the Status of Women is pleased to announce the opening of a new lactation space on campus available to everyone in the UNH community. Located in Batcheller House, this private room contains a hospital-grade Medela breast pump, a gliding rocker, a refrigerator, and soft music. The room is designed for nursing and milk expression.

Have lunch at the Oak Room
The Oak Room is open to faculty and staff for lunch M-F 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Located in Huddleston Hall (side entrance by Fairchild Hall), it is a short walk from the Holloway Commons bus stop.

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October 29, 2004, Edition

UNH named 10th most entrepreneurial campus in the nation
UNH has been named one of the Top 25 Most Entrepreneurial Colleges by The Princeton Review and, ranking 10th in the nation. (10-29-04) More >>>

UNH recognizes faculty outreach scholars
UNH welcomed back President Emerita Joan Leitzel to launch a new program jointly supported by Research and Outreach Scholarship and the Provost’s office designed to build faculty strength in outreach scholarship and advance the academic strategic plan. An induction ceremony held Oct. 13 at Holloway Commons honored the 22 professors nominated for inclusion in the inaugural year of the Outreach Scholars Program. (10-29-04) More >>>

Left: UNH President Emerita Joan Leitzel gave the keynote address for the induction ceremony of 22 faculty into the Outreach Scholars Program.

Print version of Campus Journal is moving to the paperless world
In an effort to better serve faculty and staff with more timely information and as the result of growing budgetary concerns, Campus Journal, UNH’s faculty and staff newsletter, will become a Web-only publication in January. (10-29-04) More >>>

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Nov. 3 flu clinich cancelled due to vaccine shortage
Cornucopia begins holiday basket collection
DCE announces new strategic organization
2004-2005 Saul O Sidore Memorial Lecture Series
Web Only Feature: Scenes From Homecoming 2004
Web Only Feature: EOS Spheres Concert Series: DaPonte String Quartet
Web Only Feature: Love Your Body Day
Web Only Feature: A different perspective of the world: UNH staffer volunteers with Doctors Without Borders
Web Only Feature: UNH launches new undergraduate program in environmental sciences
Web Only Feature: UNH seeks nominations for statewide Community Leader of the Year award
Web Only Feature: Whittemore School awards professorships
Web Only Feature: OS Council is updated on facilities efforts

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UNH Media Relations has online archives of Campus Journal dating back to January 2002. Older issues are available in paper format at the Dimond Library.
Campus Journal is published every other Friday. Deadline for submitting information is Friday noon, the week before publication. The editor can be reached at 862-0574. You may also send information to