Refill Your Cartridges at Printing Services

UNH Printing Services now offers a cartridge refilling service for both inkjet and laser printers. This can save up to 50 percent on the cost of a new cartridge, and keep the “empties” out of the trash. Because the refill process usually takes a day, Printing Services will inventory refills of the more commonly used cartridges. Outright purchases of a refilled cartridge may be made at anytime. All refills are 100 percent guaranteed to work. Our primary distribution point will be the MUB Copy Center located on level 2 east of the MUB but we will make pick-ups at any campus office. For more information, call 2-0530.

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March 1, 2006
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UNH celebrates progress of Kingsbury project with open house
Jeb Bradley visits Kingsbury Hall

The University of New Hampshire celebrated the progress of the Kingsbury Hall project Friday with an open house showcasing student projects, faculty research and a new lab wing.

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UNH Whittemore School Receives Largest Grant In History Of School

Imagine you are an investor looking for the next great thing. You discover a company has developed a promising technology and you’re ready to support it financially. But when you try to determine whether there are liens or security interests against this new intellectual property, you must wade through dozens of complex state and federal bureaucracies, one at a time, to determine if anyone has already made a claim on the innovation.

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Barbara T. Cooper, Excellence in International Engagement
Barbara T. Cooper

Campus Journal is pleased to feature UNH's 2005 Faculty Excellence winner profiles this spring. This week's profile is Barbara T. Cooper. "I suppose technically that is the title," says Barbara Cooper with a laugh, decorated in 1994 by the French Prime Minister and the Ministry of Culture as a Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Palmes Academiques (Knight in the Order of Academic Palms) for outstanding contributions to the spread of French language and culture in the world. "But definitely don't call me Sir Barbara," she adds.

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Annual conference highlights campus administrators

The Administrative Office Professionals Planning Committee in partnership with the UNH Office of Human Resources will host the 9th annual Administrative Office Professionals Conference - "Gateways . . . through Professional Growth & Development" Wednesday, March 15, from 8 a.m. to noon and Thursday, March 16, from 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in the MUB.

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Winter 2005 Parenthesis: Masters of Campus Planning

“When we think of UNH, three images come to mind,” says Doug Bencks, university architect and director of Campus Planning. “One is the small New England liberal arts college with its Georgian Revival architecture and walkways. Another is that of the small New England village mixing history and modern conveniences in a well-kept environment. And the third is the native landscape of the ravine, rolling hills, and trees. These are the things everyone loves.

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Joyful Rain
Joyful Rain Performs

Joyful Rain, featuring flutist Ellen Rondina and guitarist David Newsam, present a blend of unique musical harmonies during a recent ArtBreak program at the University of New Hampshire Art Gallery. (Carie Schelfhaudt/Media Relations)

In Memoriam, Dr. Margery Milne

Dr. Margery Greene Milne, 94, internationally known naturalist, died peacefully in her Durham home Tuesday evening, February 28, 2006.

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