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Celebration for Jim Cerny is rescheduled for Jan. 27
Please join us Tuesday, Jan. 27, for a celebration in honor of Jim Cerny’s career at the university. He joined the Geography Department in 1973 and has been a member of the CIS Enterprise Computing Group for the past 25 years. The event will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the 1925 Room, Elliott Alumni Center. For those wishing to contribute to a group gift, please send to Eileen Cooley, Enterprise Computing, 1 Leavitt Lane, 2nd Floor. Snow date will be Jan. 28.

Campus Recreation offers CPR/First Aid classes
The Campus Recreation Department is offering American Red Cross CPR/First Aid classes to faculty and staff on Friday, Jan. 16, 1-4 p.m. First Aid certification, (3-year); Friday, Jan. 23, noon-4 p.m., Adult CPR certification (1-year); and Friday, March 19, noon-4 p.m., Adult CPR certification (1-year). Classes are held in the classroom of the Hamel Recreation Center in the Whittemore Center. Registration form and payment are due at the front desk at the time of the class. Classes are limited to eight people. Cost: Adult CPR $32, First Aid $28, both certifications $45. For more information, contact Kathy Casler at

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Jan. 16, 2004, Edition
Presidential Debate at UNH
UNH students stand in for the nine Democratic presidential candidates who participated in a nationally televised debate at UNH Dec. 9. The debate, held at the Johnson Theatre, was moderated by Nightline’s Ted Koppel and WMUR’s Scott Spradling. (UNH Photographic Services)

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UNH is leader in black student graduation rates
UNH has the second-highest graduation rate of black students in the nation among flagship state universities, according to a recent journal study. According to the latest issue of the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, UNH ranks second among public universities, graduating 66 percent of black students. (01-16-04) More >>>
UNH to help develop community-based aging and disability centers
The N.H. Institute for Health Policy and Practice, based at UNH, has received funding to develop aging and disability resource centers across the state. The three-year, $800,000 grant will allow UNH to work with the state’s Division of Elderly and Adult Services (DEAS) to implement a more comprehensive, front-end model to help the elderly, persons with disabilities and chronic conditions, and their families access long-term supports. It is funded through the federal Agency on Aging and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
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UNH celebrates life of Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 28-29
UNH will celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. with a two-day celebration, “Sharing the Dream: Peace, Equity and Change,” Wednesday, Jan. 28, and Thursday, Jan. 29. Elaine Jones, president and defense counsel for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Legal Defense and Education Fund, will give the keynote address Thursday evening. (01-16-04) More >>>

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