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Registrar's Office drops standard fees for transcripts
Effective July 1, 2005, the UNH Office of the Registrar will no longer charge the standard fees for academic transcripts. There will continue to be a charge for rush processing (24-48 hours), course descriptions and non-standard mailing such as priority mail or FedEx. Departments that provide information on transcript ordering for students or alumni should change your publications accordingly.

Openings for older students at CSDC
The UNH Child Study and Development Center is accepting applications for limited openings in the full-day kindergarten program and older preschool classroom (4-year-olds) to start in late August 2005. CSDC is nationally accredited through NAEYC and offers tuition on a sliding scale to UNH students and employees. The kindergarten program is open to the wider Seacoast community.

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July 27, 2005
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Campus Journal Alert: UNH Community Honors Life of Prof. Warren At Funeral and Memorial Service Friday, Aug. 5
A memorial service for Charles Warren, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5, in the great room of Huddleston Hall. Warren's funeral will be held prior to the memorial service at noon at Riverside Cemetery, Elm Street, Newmarket. More >>> (08-03-05)
Campus Journal Alert: UNH Declares Excessive Heat Alert Wednesday, July 27
The UNH Department of Environmental Health and Safety has determined that the temperature has exceeded the permissible levels and therefore the Excessive Heat Guidelines are in effect Wednesday, July 27, 2005. More >>> (07-27-05)
Employees Gain Enhanced Sick Pool/Sick Leave Use for Family Leave
UNH employees trying to cope with an ill family member or the death of a loved one now have an enhanced benefit to help them through such serious situations – the use of Sick Pool/Sick Leave Use for Family Leave. More >>> (07-27-05)
The Dangers of Excessive Heat
In the month of July, UNH has declared an Excessive Heat Alert three times, which is a considerable amount considering in the previous two years, only two alerts were issued. More >>> (07-27-05)
Three Alums Inducted in Hall of Fame

Jerry Azumah (left, Football), Brandy Fisher (center, Women's Hockey) and Jason Krog (right, Men's Hockey), all of whom were named national Player of the Year in their respective sport, were inducted into the Wildcat Athletics Council Hall of Fame last month. The trio makes up the special three-member Class of 2005. (Perry Smith/UNH Photo Services)
UNH Welcomes the New Hampshire Estuaries Project
The EPA-funded New Hampshire Estuaries Project (NHEP) has moved to the Marine Program at the University of New Hampshire from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, a move considered an important step in the development of the program whose mission is to protect and enhance the environmental quality of the state’s coastal bays and rivers. More >>> (07-13-05)
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UNH Offers Organic Produce (07-27-05)
UNH Brings Nanotechnology to Local Schools (07-27-05)
Keeping Cool in the Heat (07-27-05)
Become a UNH Marine Docent Volunteer (07-27-05)
UNH Sponsors Series on Permaculture (07-27-05)
News from HR (07-27-05)
UNH In The News: New York Times: Scientists Lead Sea Expedition From Land (log in required) (07-27-05)

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