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Gymnastics Classes for Children Available at Field House
Gymnastics classes for school-age community children are being offered Wednesday afternoons at the Field House. Boys and girls classes of all levels are taught in a safe, progressive manner. For information call 2-2181.

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Oct. 5, 2005
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Corvey Outlines State of Finances at UNH
Candace Corvey, vice president for finance and administration, recently provided an overview of the university’s financial health, explaining how the university generates revenue and what areas are her greatest concerns for the future. More >>> (10-05-05)
News From Abroad: Students, Professor Finding Hungarian a Challenging Language
For the fall semester, Robert Mohr, assistant professor of economics, is in Budapest, Hungary, with 15 students from the Whittemore School who are studying 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. Here is his second column. More >>> (10-05-05)

UNH Celebrates Native American Culture at Powwow
Lisa Clark, assistant professor of microbiology (center) and a member of the Passamaquoddy Tribe of Perry, Maine, participates in the Intertribal Round Dance at the Powwow Sept. 24 and 25. A tie to the past that helps maintain Native American heritage, the Powwow is a spiritual tradition and a time for Indian families to gather with friends. The Powwow featured dance competitions, an explanation of the regalia in the Grand Entry, food, and Native American artisans demonstrating pottery, basket making and flute making.

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UNH Welcomes All To Homecoming Weekend: Oct. 14-16
The University of New Hampshire welcomes alumni and friends back to campus for Homecoming Weekend Oct. 14-16, for a weekend is packed with a wide range of events and activities for the whole family. More >>> (10-05-05)
IOD Collaborates With State to Transform Long-Term Care
The Institute on Disability, in collaboration with the N.H. Department of Health and Human Services, will cooperate on a $2,066,699 federal grant from the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services to transform New Hampshire’s long-term care system for elders.
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University Library Flourishes Under Morner’s Leadership
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Alumni Association Honors Nine For Outstanding Contributions
(10-05-05)
University Accepting Nominations for Honorary Degrees, Granite State Awards (10-05-05)
UNH Announces New General Manager For NEC (10-05-05)
Accountants Turned Gardeners
(10-05-05)
Faculty Concert Series Presents David Seiler Oct. 6 (10-05-05)
Faculty Concert Series Presents Heroic Music Oct. 9 (10-05-05)
Music Presents Jenni Cook, Soprano And Guest Pianist, Anita King Oct. 12 (10-05-05)
A Little Night Music Runs Oct. 12-16 (10-05-05)
CIS Signals: Gone Phishing: How Spammers & Scammers Set the Bait, Switch the Trap (10-05-05)
UNH In The News: NH Business Review: Women flock to full-time UNH MBA program (10-05-05) (Log-in required)


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