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UNH hosts College and University Change Symposium
The New England Governors’ Conference, Inc., in partnership with UNH, will host the New England Governors’ and Eastern Canadian Premiers’ (NEG/ECP) College and University Change Symposium Friday, June 18, 2004, at the New England Center. The event is being held as part of the NEG/ECP Campus Partnership, in which colleges and universities pledged to support the goals of the 2001 NEG/ECP Climate Action Plan through voluntary programs on their campuses. For more information, contact UNH’s Office of Sustainability Programs at 2-4088.

Go to a Sea Dogs game and support Northeast Passage
Come watch great baseball and support an awesome cause at the same time. UNH’s Northeast Passage invites all to a Portland Sea Dogs (the Red Sox AA club) game Monday, June 28. The event is a fundraiser for NEP’s Kids Sports After School Program. For $30 you get game tickets, an all you can eat BBQ and fireworks. Call 2-0070 to reserve your seats

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June 11, 2004, Edition

Moore receives NOAA recognition award
Berrien Moore III, director of the UNH Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space, received an Administrator’s Special Recognition Award from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) at a ceremony in Silver Spring, Md., recently. (06-11-04) More >>>

Professor publishes new book, receives state award
John Ernest, associate professor of English, director of composition, and director of African American Studies, has been selected to receive the Higher Education Faculty Member Award from the New Hampshire College and University Council next month.
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Professor and students aid Congolese family separated by war
Seven children from the Congo separated from their parents for two years because of civil war have been awarded Humanitarian Parole thanks in large part to a year-long effort by an anthropology professor at the University of New Hampshire and her students, who were determined to reunite the family in Manchester.
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