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New Power Plant/Steam Release

Beginning Friday, March 17, UNH’s new power plant will go through its start-up period. During these trials, steam will be released up through the roof exhaust system. People in nearby buildings many see or hear the release. EMCOR, the private company operating the plant, will closely monitor the release.

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March 15, 2006
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In Memoriam:  Crescentia True, associate director of the UNH Office of Sustainability

The UNH Office of Sustainability lost a dedicated, passionate advocate and friend Tuesday, March 14. Associate Director Crescentia Healy True passed away that morning of cancer. “She really just had a way about her that inspired and empowered everyone around her,” said OS program coordinator Sara Cleaves. More >>> (03-15-06)

USNH to Create Statewide Mentoring Network

A mentoring program that has assisted hundreds of middle school students in the Durham area since 1997 will be expanding statewide this fall through a partnership with USNH and its four institutions. More >>> (03-15-06)

Edward H. Wong, Excellence in Teaching
Edward H. Wong

Campus Journal is pleased to feature UNH's 2005 Faculty Excellence winner profiles this spring. This week's profile is Edward H. Wong, associate professor of chemistry. "Chemistry is not dogma; it is evolving all the time," says Edward Wong. "When I was going to high school and college, you couldn't 'see' molecules. Now you can!" More >>> (03-15-06)

Boston Globe's Jackie MacMullan Selected Second Visiting Journalist At UNH

The Boston Globe’s Jackie MacMullan was there in 1986 when the ball dribbled through Bill Buckner's legs at Shea Stadium and the World Series dreams of the Boston Red Sox were shattered -- again. She was there in 2004, when relief pitcher Keith Foulke flipped the ball to first base and clinched the first Red Sox World Series championship in 86 years.. More >>> (03-15-06)

Women in Higher Education Leadership Network
Women in Higher Ed

UNH President Ann Weaver Hart talks with Wanda Mitchell (left), vice provost for diversity, and Jennifer Murray (right), vice president for university communications, at a recent reception for the New Hampshire Women in Higher Education Leadership Network. Mitchell is state coordinator for the network, which works to promote women’s leadership in higher education and throughout society as a whole. (Carie Schelfhaudt/Media Relations)

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UNH Partners With Meetinghouse To Improve Wireless Security

UNH computer scientists will work with Meetinghouse Data Communications to improve the security of wireless networks. More >>> (03-15-06)