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AOP Conference rescheduled
The 7th Annual AOP Conference has been rescheduled for Thursday, May 27. Because of changes in the scheduling of workshops, registration will be held again from May 3 to 14.

Camp registration begins April 3
UNH Camp Wildcat will hold open registration April 3, starting at 8 a.m., at the Campus Recreation office in the Whittemore Center. Camp Wildcat gives youths, grades 2 to 7, a chance to explore nature and the environment, learn new skills and crafts and make new friends.

Relay for Life
is May 1-2
The American Cancer Society Relay for Life is coming to UNH May 1-2. A cancer survivor celebration will be held Saturday, May 1, at 12:30 p.m. Join other survivors in a victory lap around the track to kick off this special event.

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April 2, 2004, Edition
UNH Police recognized by professional group
The UNH Police Department has been awarded certification in the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) Recognition Program, which required the department to meet nearly 100 national professional law enforcement standards.
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Center offers fellowships for Shaker research
UNH’s Center for New England Culture has established a new fellowship program for research at UNH and Canterbury Shaker Village on the history and culture of the Shakers in New Hampshire. (04-02-04) More >>>
From Proteins to Pushups: The Energetic Life of Rick Cote

Rick Cote’s aerobics class at the UNH Rec Center has been one of the most popular classes for several years. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)

Amidst the sounds of high-tempo dance remixes of hip hop hits, many in the UNH aerobics class find themselves being led by a rather unexpected yet experienced instructor, Rick Cote, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology. (04-02-04) More >>>

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Greenhouse open house starts today
Engineer wins prestigious NSF award
Feminist author and activist to speak at UNH
Professional Advising Award winners
Plant breeding program leads to new annuals
Great Cooks features cuisine of The Balsams
FITSI announces faculty participants for 2004
NHPTV wins Net awards

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