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Faculty/staff tuition waiver forms due Nov. 9
Faculty and staff should submit tuition waiver forms to Business Services in Stoke Hall by Nov. 9 so that credit for undergraduate degree classes can be applied to the spring semester tuition bills that will be posted online Nov. 14 to the students' MyUNH accounts. A new tuition waiver form is required each term. For more information call 2-2230.

Winter Parking Ban on its way
With November upon us, the campus community should be on alert for the annual Winter Parking Ban. The WPB commences either at the first declared snow emergency in November, or automatically Dec. 1, whichever occurs first. Once underway, it continues through March 31. Under the WPB, most lots are closed to after-midnight parking every night, regardless of weather conditions through 6 a.m. the following mornings. Limited parking is available in "exempt" areas, and conditionally available in "weather-conditional" lots B and C. The status of the WPB is announced on a voice mail recording available by dialing 862-1001.

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Nov . 2, 2005
Next Publication Date: Wednesday, Nov. 9 More >>>
Faculty Offered Overview of Intellectual Property Development Process
UNH will introduce faculty to the intellectual property development process at "An Evening with UNH Entrepreneurial Faculty Scholars" Wednesday, Nov. 2. More >>> (11-02-05)
Photo Gallery: Author Jodi Picoult Featured at NH Authors Series
Local author Rebecca Rule recently interviewed author Jodi Picoult as part of the Friends of the UNH Library series of one-on-one conversations with authors who have ties to the Granite State. In the style of Bravo’s Inside the Actors Studio, the interview was be conducted in front of a live audience and recorded by New Hampshire Public Television for future broadcast. More >>> (11-02-05)
Making a Difference in Her Community: Crescentia True Recognized for Volunteer Service
Twelve years ago Crescentia True looked at the back of a tea bag and saw the words that would inspire a lifetime of growth through volunteerism and social responsibility: We all have our lot in life, it’s what we build on it that makes a difference. More >>> (11-02-05)
UNHM Professor Resch Recognized For Americans At War
John Resch, professor of history at UNHM, will be recognized for his work at a reception Nov. 8. He is the editor-in-chief of Americans at War: Society, Culture, and the Homefront. This four-volume reference set for students released in December 2004 examines the profound effect of war upon American society, culture, and national identity. More >>> (11-02-05)

In Memoriam: Donna Verschueren, Academic Counselor for CEPS
Donna (Thomas) Verschueren, academic counselor for the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, died peacefully Oct. 18 of pancreatic cancer. She was 58. She worked tirelessly on behalf of students and in her short time at UNH she definitely left her mark on the campus community. She is remembered by her co-workers as a caring person with a great sense of humor — including what she called her “unhelpful asides” — and a poor aim with a squirt gun. More >>> (11-02-05)

More News
UNH Manchester Professor Wins Best Experiential Film Award (11-02-05)
New Hampshire Benefactors Receive Hubbard Family Award for Service to Philanthropy (11-02-05)
Grants Available for Course Development for Race, Culture and Power Minor (11-02-05)
UNH Creates Office for Research Partnerships and Commercialization (11-02-05)
Whelen Engineering Endows Scholarship (11-02-05)
Energy Task Force to Reduce Costs and Consumption (11-02-05)
Faculty Senate Minutes Summary for Oct. 17, 2005 (11-02-05)
Art Gallery Presents Latin American Graphics and Contemporary Paintings and Sculptures; Preview Reception is Nov. 2 (11-02-05)
Businesses Develop Roadmap for Their Future at UNH Center For Family Business Event Nov. 9 (11-02-05)
Forum Focuses On Growth And Change In The Seacoast Nov. 9 (11-02-05)
UNH Holds ‘Katrina Blues’ Concert For Hurricane Relief Nov. 10 (11-02-05)
Human Resources Employee Profile: Jon Plodzik, associate director for dining services, UHS (11-02-05)
UNH In The News: NPR: A History of Troubled Second Terms for U.S. Presidents (11-02-05)


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