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Career Center Helps Faculty and Staff Help Students

The Career Center wants to remind faculty and staff members that they provide classroom presentations for students on such topics as finding an internship, resume writing, the art of networking and interviewing skills. CC works with instructors to customize presentations to suit student needs. This fall, they will also host several special events, beginning with Practice Interview Day, on September 28th, in Hood House. A complete list of events can be found at www.unh.edu/uacc. To request a class presentation, fill out the request form at http://www.unh.edu/
uacc/formpages/
presentations.html
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August 30, 2006
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State of the University Address is Sept. 7

UNH Interim President J. Bonnie Newman will deliver her State of the University Address to the UNH community and the public Thursday, Sept. 7, at 12:30 p.m. in the MUB Granite State Room. (08-30-06)

Presidential Search update

The search process for selecting the next president of UNH continues to move forward. The Search Committee will hold an open forum Thursday, September 7, 2006, from 10 a.m. to noon in the 1925 Room of the Elliot Alumni Center. More >>> (08-30-06)

Thompson Hall Renovations Suspended in Time (Capsule)

When another hundred years go by and Thompson Hall again strains against the passing of time, workers may uncover the names of those charged today with restoring the 114-year-old building to its natural grace. More >>> (08-30-06)

UNH Faculty Honored For Excellence In Teaching, Research And Public Service

Eighteen UNH faculty members have been recognized for excellence in teaching, research and public service. Award recipients are nominated by their peers as well as students and represent every college and school within the university. More >>> (08-30-06)

High School Interns Widen Tech Pipe

Kristin Harris uses geography to explain the thinking behind developing an internship program for high school students at UNH’s InterOperability Laboratory, where workers test communication products for the networking industry. More >>> (08-30-06)

UNH Scientist Appointed To US Arctic Research Commission By President Bush

Professor Charles Vörösmarty of the University of New Hampshire has been appointed to the United States Arctic Research Commission by President George W. Bush. The Commission, which is composed of seven presidential appointees, is charged with establishing the national policy, priorities, and goals necessary for federal programs in basic and applied scientific research concerning the Arctic. More >>> (08-30-06)

Citizen-Scientists Raise Baby Oysters On Great Bay

Homeowners along New Hampshire’s Great Bay and its tributaries are helping to restore oysters to the estuary system, thanks to a new program of the University of New Hampshire and The Nature Conservancy. More >>> (08-30-06)

CIE Travel Report: Nancy Lukens

Nancy Lukens, Professor of German and Women’s Studies, was one of two faculty members the Center for International Education named as a recipient of a $2,000 Faculty International Engagement Award funded by the VPAA for 2006-07. Lukens recently returned from Germany and Switzerland, where she lectured and videotaped interviews for use in a course called “Germany and Its Others." More >>> (08-30-06)