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Faculty and Staff Volunteers Sought by Student Judicial Programs
The Office of Judicial and Mediation Programs is looking for faculty or staff with an interest in helping students, to volunteer to conduct periodic investigations of alleged violations of the universityís discriminatory harassment policies. The nature of this work includes being available to quickly gather information from students and others within the university community who have direct knowledge of events that have been reported to the JMPO.† Typical situations can include sexual assaults, harassment because of a studentís race, gender, sexual orientation, etc, or incidents of threatening behaviors. While there is no set number of cases that occur each academic year, an average may be up to five. The independent investigator presents his/her findings to the director.† The director then decides whether the case will go forward through the conduct system. Interested faculty or staff may call the Judicial and Mediation Programs Office and speak to the director, Esther Tardy-Wolfe, at 2-3377.

Winter Parking Ban Under Way
The annual Winter Parking Ban is under way and 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 . 30, 2005
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Initial Recommendations to RCM Presented at December Forums
UNH will present the initial recommendations for modifications to the Responsibility Center Management (RCM), a decentralized budgeting system implemented July 2000, at two public forums in December. The results follow a year-long review of the system. More >>> (11-30-05)
Robert G. LeBlanc International Resource Library Dedicated
The Center for International Education recently dedicated the Robert G. LeBlanc International Resource Library on the second floor of Hood House. LeBlanc, professor emeritus of geography, was on board United Flight 175, which crashed into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. More >>> (11-30-05)
News From Abroad: A Window into Hungary’s Past 
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. Mohr is keeping the UNH community updated about the Budapest study abroad experience through regular columns in Campus Journal. Here is his third column.
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UNH Web Site Provides One-Stop Shopping On Climate Change Information
EOS-WEBSTER, a UNH web-based Earth science digital library, has launched a new site that is a compendium of the latest climate change information. The site provides one-stop shopping for the best scientific evidence to date on climate change, easy access to policy documents, concise summaries of specific climate change issues, and links to additional resources. More >>> (11-30-05)
Artist Selected For UNH Mascot Sculpture
An artist noted for his realistic bronze and stone sculptures has been selected to create a sculpture of a wildcat, the University of New Hampshire’s mascot, the UNH Alumni Association announced recently. More >>> (11-30-05)

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Fellowships Office Helps Students Realize Their Vision of the Ideal College Education (11-30-05)
Next PAT Professional Development Seminar Dec. 1 Focuses on Turning Hobbies into Businesses
Rosenberg Center Franchise 50: Video Rental Stores Suffer On Popular Pizza And A Movie Night (11-30-05)
Faculty Senate Minutes Summary: Nov. 14, 2005 (11-30-05)
No. 1 UNH Football To Entertain Northern Iowa In NCAA I-AA Quarterfinal Contest At Cowell Stadium (11-30-05)
Pianist Antonio Pompa-Baldi to Perform at UNH Dec. 5 (11-30-05)
UNH Institute On Disability Launches Autism Conference Series Dec. 6 (11-30-05)
UNH In The News: Cincinnati Post: Media focuses on white and wealthy missing kids (11-30-05)

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