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Durham Red Cross Blood Drive is Sept. 19-22
The first Durham Red Cross blood drive of the academic year will be held Sept. 19-22, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the Granite State Room, MUB. All blood types are needed. Donors must be at least 17 years old, in good health, weigh at least 110 lbs. and have a photo I.D. Info: 868-9692.

Forums set for director of Affirmative Action and Equity
The Office of the Provost is conducting a search for the director of Affirmative Action and Equity. The 10-member search committee chaired by Wanda Mitchell, vice provost for diversity, is about to interview two new candidates from the extended search process. Public forums will be held on the UNH campus for the two candidates. Your participation in the public forums is requested and the search committee welcomes your input on the candidates. The candidate A will be on campus Thursday, Sept. 15.  A public forum will be from 12:15 – 1:30 p.m. in MUB 302. The candidate B will be on campus Friday, Sept. 16. A public forum will be from noon– 1:15 p.m. in MUB 302. Copies of the candidates CVs can found at the Reference Desk of the Dimond Library.

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Sept. 14, 2005
Next Publication Date: Wednesday, Sept. 21 More >>>
Universitywide Forum On Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina Is Sept. 20
The campus community is invited to participate in a multidisciplinary forum on the causes and consequences of Hurricane Katrina. The purpose of this forum is to create a deeper understanding of the effects of the disaster, including the lessons that might be applied to future events of a similar nature. More >>> (09-14-05)
News From Abroad: Faculty, Students Arrive In Budapest
This fall, Robert Mohr, assistant professor of economics, is in Budapest, Hungary, with 15 students from the Whittemore School who are spending the semester studying abroad at Corvinus University. Over the course of the semester, Mohr, who will be teaching while at Corvinus, plans to keep the UNH community updated about the Budapest study abroad experience through regular columns in Campus Journal. More >>> (09-07-05)
UNH Announces 2005-2006 Celebrity Series

The UNH Celebrity Series is proud to announce the 2005-2006 season, which begins Thursday, Sept. 22, with the State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara’s Cinderella. More >>> (09-07-05)
New England’s Migration History Focus of Conference Sept. 23-24
New England’s immigration history and its connection to current events is the topic of a free conference cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Community at Portsmouth’s Strawbery Banke Museum and Center for New England Culture at the University of New Hampshire Sept. 23-24. More >>> (09-14-05)

UNH Faculty Artists Exhibit Presented At The Art Gallery

Twelve UNH faculty artists are exhibiingt their recent works in The Artists Revealed: 2005 Studio Art Program Exhibition at The Art Gallery. The exhibit runs through Oct. 23. More >>> (09-14-05)

Craig Hood, Wishing Well, 2005, oil on linen, 30” x 44”

More News
APSA Congressional Fellow Goes on Border Patrol (09-14-05)
UNH Robotics Club Invites Whiffle Teams to FIRST Fundraiser (09-14-05)
The Carsey Institute Announces Brown Bag Series For Fall 2005 (09-14-05)
Faculty Concert Series Jazz Pianist Mark Shilansky Featured Sept. 14 (09-14-05)
UNHM To Host Ghanaian Chiefs At Open Forum Sept. 15 (09-14-05)
English Department Writers Series Presents Ann Beattie Sept. 15 (09-14-05)
Support The 9th Annual Oyster River Clean Up Sept. 17 (09-14-05)
Faculty Concert Series Features Pianist Arlene Kies Sept. 18 (09-14-05)
Traditional Jazz Series Presents Ray Smith’s Paramount Jazz Band Sept. 19 (09-14-05)
Local Harvest Dinner Celebrates Region’s Agriculture Sept. 22 (09-14-05)

Poet to Visit Campus Sept. 22-23 (09-14-05)
UNH In The News: Foster's: UNH President Hart stresses finances in annual address (09-14-05)
Evil Lurks In This Year’s Sidore Series At UNH (09-07-05)


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