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Heating Plant to shut down for maintenance
The Heating Plant will be shut down for preventive maintenance from noon Saturday, May 21, to noon Friday, May 27. During that week, there will be no domestic hot water and no steam to the following buildings. No hot water and no steam to buildings: Conant (no heat to animal rooms), MUB, Field House, New Hampshire Hall, Hewitt Hall, Pettee Hall, and the Kendall Service Building. No steam (will have hot water): Huddleston Hall, Spaulding Hall, Holloway Commons, and Rudman Hall (will have hot water but limited air conditioning and no operational autoclaves). These builds will have cold water and fire protection. Info: Facilities Support Center at 2-1437.

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May 11, 2005
Whittemore School launches innovative one-year MBA program
In a major shift in its MBA program, the Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire will offer a one-year full-time MBA program for the first time this fall, discontinuing its two-year full-time MBA program. (05-11-05) More >>>
UNH honors two New Hampshire residents at Commencement 
UNH will honor two New Hampshire residents for outstanding community service with Granite State Awards that will be presented Saturday, May 21, 2005, at Commencement. David M. Krempels, president of The Krempels Brain Injury Foundation, and the Honorable Katherine Wells Wheeler, former New Hampshire State Senator, are the recipients of the annual awards.
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Staff honored for service to the university
(From L to R) Nicole Cavicchi, CSDC; Deborah Cheever, Cooperative Extension; Stephanie Higgs, Counseling Center; President Ann Weaver Hart; Kate Ferreira, Center for Graduate & Professional Studies, UNHM; and Shawn Roche, NHPTV received the Presidential Award of Excellence at the recent staff recognition ceremony. (05-11-05) More >>>
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Campus Compact honors professor, committee on rights and justice for community service (05-11-05)
College for Lifelong Learning officially becomes Granite State College (05-11-05)
Commencement news (05-11-05)
List of staff honorees (05-11-05)

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