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URC '06 Registration Deadline Approaching
There’s still time to register for URC '06, the Undergraduate Research Conference, which takes place April 21 – 29. Students or their faculty mentors must register online at www.unh.edu/urc by March 10. Faculty, teaching assistants, and staff members are urged to identify and persuade eligible students to participate. All undergraduates who are engaged in or have completed a research, creative, capstone, or service learning project are eligible. URC ‘06 casts a spotlight on the research and scholarship of undergraduates from all of UNH’s schools and colleges, and features symposia, events, performances, and awards. Awards, including scholarships, will be presented for outstanding projects. For more information, please visit: unh.edu/urc.


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Feb. 15, 2006
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RCM Steering Committee Releases Report and Recommendations
The RCM Steering Committee has released its initial report and recommendations on how to improve the decentralized budgeting system used at UNH for the past five years.
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Governor Joins UNH Professor for Discussion about Globalization
Gov. John Lynch will join Ross Gittell, James R. Carter Professor and professor of management at the University of New Hampshire, to discuss the opportunities and challenges of globalization in the state Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006.
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Jan Nisbet, Alumni Association Excellence in Public Service Award, Associate Professor of Education
Jan NisbetCampus Journal is pleased to feature UNH's 2005 Faculty Excellence winner profiles this spring. This week's profile is Jan Nisbet. It is possible to quantify Jan Nisbet's work as the founding director of the UNH Institute on Disabilityby counting the number of research reports produced, projects and programs initiated, policies changed, committees chaired—and tens of millions of dollars in grants acquired over the past 18 years. More >>> (02-15-06)
UNH Catches Paralympic Fever
UNH is one of more than 100 colleges and universities that comprise the nation’s Land-Grant University System. Here, Bill Trumble, dean of the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, provides an overview of this system, and talks about what it means for UNH students. More >>> (02-15-06)  
Carsey Institute: 21st Century Restructuring of Employment in the Northeast
Amy Glasmeier, visiting faculty with Carsey Institute, discusses "21st Century Restructuring of Employment in the Northeast." She and E. Willard Miller (not pictured), professor of economic geography at Pennsylvania State University, discussed how New England communities face new challenges as fortunes are tied to late 20th century developments in industry. Glasmeier focused on the variety of forces that are causing major shifts in employment in New England and the United States, and the needed policy responses. For more information on the Carsey Institute seminars, visit http://www.carseyinstitute.unh.edu/seminars.html. (Carie Schelfhaudt/Media Relations) (02-15-06)
Amphenol TCS President Discusses Interconnection Industry At UNH CEO Forum March 9
Rick Schneider, president of Amphenol TCS, will discuss managing company change and adjusting to change in the interconnection industry at the next University of New Hampshire CEO Forum, Thursday, March 9, 2006.
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