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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.

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Sept. 21, 2005
Next Publication Date: Wednesday, Sept. 28 More >>>
CJ News Alert: EEE and West Nile Found In Durham
The UNH Office of Environmental Health and Safety is urging the campus community to take precautions after the State Public Health Laboratory recently identified two birds in Durham that have tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile virus. More >>> (09-22-05)
University Announces Publication of The Encyclopedia of
New England

The University of New Hampshire has announced the publication of The Encyclopedia of New England, the first major reference book devoted to the history and culture of New England. More >>> (09-21-05)
Full-Time Women MBA Students Outnumber Men For First Time At UNH
For the first in the history of the University of New Hampshire, women enrolled in the full-time MBA program at the Whittemore School of Business and Economics outnumber men, a change so significant that it is a reverse of the national trend in MBA enrollments. More >>> (09-21-05)
International Community Reception

Faculty, staff and students enjoy the International Community Reception held recently on the lawn of T-Hall. This year's reception was the largest ever. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)
UNH Spin-Out Wins NHIRC Grant to Develop Next-Generation Video Compression
Chaoticom Technologies, the R&D division of the University of New Hampshire’s first spin-out company, has received a $50,000 grant from the N.H. Industrial Research Center (NHIRC) to develop the next generation of video compression technology.
More >>> (09-21-05)
Institute On Disability At UNH Launches Resource Center For Autism
The Institute on Disability (IOD) at the University of New Hampshire has aggregated its expertise and services in the study of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to create the New Hampshire Resource Center for Autism. More >>> (09-21-05)
More News
UNH Professor Aims To Increase U.S.-China Research Collaborations (09-21-05)
UNH Joins Alliance to Increase Minority Enrollment in Ph.D. Programs (09-21-05)
Powwow And Exhibit At UNH Feature Contemporary Native American Art From New England (09-21-05)
UNH Hosts Theatre for Social Justice Institute (09-21-05)
Controlling Health Care Costs Is Focus Of Next UNH Center For Family Business Event Sept. 28 (09-21-05)
Health Services Offers Holistic Health for Stress Management Brown Bag Series (09-21-05)
Local Harvest Dinner Celebrates Region’s Agriculture Sept. 22 (09-14-05)

UNH In The News: Union Leader: UNH profs unveil New England encyclopedia (09-21-05)
UNH In The News:Concord Monitor: Women now dominating MBA program (09-21-05)
HR Profile: Donald J. Sebourn, Area 2 Facilities Manager, Facilities Operations (09-21-05)


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