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The 2005 Kidder Fund nominations being accepted
Nominations for the 2005 Kidder Fund Awards are being accepted. The awards honor a staff member, a faculty member, and as tudent who, through their scholarship, leadership, or outstanding efforts, foster greater understanding of sexual orientation at UNH. This year’s awards will be presented at the annual Pancake Breakfast Tuesday, April 12, 8-10 a.m. in the Granite State Room of the MUB. Nominations are due by March 1.


2005 Professional Advising Award nominations due March 1
Each year, the university recognizes one of its professional advisors for excellence in advising. Former recipients include Carol French (formerly CEPS), Suzanne Booska (COLSA), Carole Pierce (SHHS), Janet Tucker (formerly DCE), Carol Sanborn (formerly UAC), Regina McCarthy (UNHM), Janice Chadwick (Psychology), Joanne Maldari (Athletics), Chris Sohl (Honors), and Carol Tonge Mack (formerly, UACC) and Tory Poulin (formerly English Department). This year, nominations are due in Vice President for Student and Academic Services office (Thompson Hall) by noon on March 1. Nominees should have at least three letters of support, including two from students, that address among other attributes the advisor’s knowledge and competence in their advising and commitment to assisting students. The award will be presented at the annual award luncheon on March 22.



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TOP STORIES
Feb. 16 - March 1, 2005
Four finalists for UNHM Dean making campus visits
Four candidates for dean of the University of New Hampshire at Manchester will visit the Manchester campus in the coming weeks and attend public forums. (02-25-05) More >>>

Afghans for Afghans
Carly Hellen (right), '57, teaches James Luby, a resident assistant at Hetzel Hall, how to knit as part of a humanitarian project, Afghans for Afghans, that is sending hand-knit and crocheted blankets and scarves to the people of Afghanistan. Knit and enjoy the company of others in the project every Wednesday evening at the Waysmeet Center, 15 Mill Pond Road, every Wednesday starting at 6:30 p.m.

Curtailed operations: When and why
When a snowstorm is swirling off shore and forecasters predict the Seacoast may get walloped, even the most hearty of New Englanders – folks who are used to living in snow country – may wonder, “Will UNH curtail operations? (02-16-05) More >>>
First public forum about RCM held
The first campuswide public forum about Responsibility Center Management, or RCM, which is undergoing a five-year review to refine and enhance the system, as held recently. (02-16-05) More >>>

More News
UNH celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. with address by Kevin Powell March 2 (02-21-05)
Space Scientists awarded $5 million from NASA to study edge of solar system (02-16-05)
Has UNH curtailed operations? (02-16-05)
Researchers prove educating bystanders is successful in reducing incidents of sexual violence
(02-16-05)
Music Department presents Bratton Hall Jazz Band and Combos Feb. 23
(02-16-05)
Whittemore School Economic Seminars continue this spring
(02-16-05)
Traditional Jazz Series presents The Bob Mintzer Quartet Feb. 28
(02-16-05)
Public forum to discuss NH Seacoast Wastewater Management Study March 7 at Red Hook Brewery
(02-16-05)
8th Annual Administrative Office Professionals Spring Conference is March 16
(02-16-05)
Faculty and staff encouraged to submit student award nominations
(02-16-05)
2004 Football Team recognized at State House
(02-16-05)
Faculty Experts List being updated (01-21-05)


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