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    University of New Hampshire employees who have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities may be eligible for reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Amended 2008 (ADA).
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    McNair Scholar at Undergraduate Research Conference
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Diversity is a community value at the University of New Hampshire.

We are committed to supporting and sustaining an educational community that is inclusive, diverse and equitable. The values of diversity, inclusion and equity are inextricably linked to our mission of teaching and research excellence, and we embrace these values as being critical to development, learning, and success. We expect nothing less than an accessible, multicultural community in which civility and respect are fostered, and discrimination and harassment are not tolerated.

We will ensure that under-represented groups and those who experience systemic inequity will have equal opportunities and feel welcome on our campus. We accept the responsibility of teaching and learning in a diverse democracy where social justice serves as a bridge between a quality liberal education and civic engagement.

What's Going On...

International Education Week

Monday, Nov 2-Sunday Nov 8th
(click here for complete schedule of events/activities)

Find out about international careers, attend a lecture on Global Leadership, listen to sounds from Mango Groove Steel Drum band, learn how to prepare Chinese food.  These are but a few of the special events and programs planned for the week.   All are welcome to attend. Event sponsored by OISS, MUB Student Activities, CIE and other campus offices/departments.

MUB Lecture Series: Spencer West


Wednesday, November 18
7:00-8:00pm, Strafford Rm

Inspirational and charismatic, Spencer West speaks candidly about the struggles he overcame after losing his legs at the age of five. He speaks about overcoming stereotyping and bullying, about finding meaning and happiness in a material world and how he never lost the hope or courage needed to mount personal obstacles. Infused with humour and humility, his thought-provoking message inspires people to find opportunity in every challenge. Program sponsored by MUB, Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities and other campus offices.


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