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Benefits open enrollment begins in October
Faculty and staff can make changes to their USNH benefits during the UNH open enrollment period, which runs the month of October. Forms were mailed the week of Sept. 27. Those making changes or re-enrolling in a Flexible Spending Account must return completed enrollment forms to Human Resources, 2 Leavitt Lane, by Friday, Oct. 29. Changes take effect Jan. 1, 2005.

Academic Plan presentation to the campus is Oct. 19
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend a presentation by Provost Bruce Mallory on the Academic Plan, 1–2 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 19 in MUB Room 336. The program will include an overview of the plan and its relevance to UNH community members, and a brief review of the new Academic Plan Web site.

Sawmill having lumber sale
The UNH Sawmill will conduct a lumber sale Saturday, Oct. 16, at the mill on Route 155 in Durham from 8 a.m. to noon. Seasoned, rough cut white pine and hardwood lumber are available in limited quantities and sizes. For specifics on prices and availability stop in during sale hours.

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October 15, 2004, Edition

UNH, KSC share $2 million for federal public safety project
UNH and Keene State College have received $2 million in joint federal funds from the U.S. Department of Justice to develop a national public safety management system that will help police and fire personnel know whether the site of an emergency contains dangerous hazardous materials. (10-15-04) More >>>

Women's Voices
State Senator Iris Estabrook (center) discusses women and voting at the Women’s Voices Women’s Vote: UNH Women’s Commission Listening Circles. Estabrook was the featured guest at the event. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)

UNH scientist is listening to rumbles at Mount St. Helens
When volcanoes rumble, Jeff Johnson listens – with microphones. So when Mount St. Helens began stirring recently, Johnson knew he’d be making a visit to Washington State to “listen” to the volcano that erupted with such force in 1980. A Fulbright Scholar at the University of New Hampshire’s Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS) and Department of Earth Sciences, Johnson holds a Ph.D. in geophysics. (10-15-04) More >>>

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New diversity initiatives launched
UNH kicks off United Way campaign
Greenberg to step down as CEPS dean
Name UNH's new colt
Web Only Feature: PAT Council plans fall election and activities
Web Only Feature: Professor competing in Ironman this weekend
Web Only Feature: New Hampshire has new state climatologist
Web Only Feature: UNH hosts Northeast Sustainability Summit Oct. 14-17
Web Only Feature: UNHM Saul O Sidore Lecture Series features Tom Herman
Web Only Feature: North Country benefactors receive Hubbard Family Award
Web Only Feature: UNH welcomes all to Homecoming Weekend Oct. 15-17
Web Only Feature: Families join students for UNH Family Weekend Oct. 22-24
Web Only Feature: Dean Kamen to receive UNH Alumni Association's Pettee Medal
Web Only Feature: Colleagues Lunch celebrates five years

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