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PAT/EE/OS recognition is Friday, May 6
The University of New Hampshire’s Staff Recognition Program, which includes the Presidential Award of Excellence presentations, is Friday, May 6. The event will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. in the Granite State Room of the MUB. The university community is invited to attend this event.

UNH and Durham flushing water mains
UNH and the Town of Durham will be flushing community water mains April 25 to May 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be no flushing during the weekend hours. Water main flushing is necessary to eliminate built-up of sediment in the water mains. These procedures stir up sediment, so some discoloration of the water may occur; however, the water remains safe for drinking. Info: Facilities Support Center at 2-1437.

Camp Wildcat still has openings
There are still spaces available for all three sessions of Camp Wildcat 2005. Camp Wildcat is a day camp for youths going into grades 2 to 7. Session I runs from June 27-July 8, Session II from July 11-July 22, and Session III from July 25-August 5.  Cost per session of Camp Wildcat is $270. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. For more information, contact Cheryl Clark at 2-0845

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TOP STORIES
April 20, 2005
Red Sox owner and Emmy-winning producer Tom Werner is keynote speaker at Commencement May 21
UNH graduates will share the celebration of their academic accomplishments this year with Tom Werner, award-winning television producer and chairman of the reigning World Series Champions, the Boston Red Sox. Werner will give the keynote address at UNH’s 135th Commencement, Saturday, May 21, 2005, beginning at 10 a.m. in Cowell Stadium. (04-22-05) More >>>
UNH water treatment researchers win national engineering award
A UNH professor was awarded the grand prize for research by the American Association of Environmental Engineers in a ceremony at the National Press Club April 14. (04-20-05) More >>>

Graduating seniors exhibit work at The Art Gallery
An outstanding presentation of two- and three-dimensional works of art, showcasing the artistic achievements of seniors graduating from the University of New Hampshire Department of Art and Art History, will be on view at The Art Gallery Saturday, April 30 – May 21, 2005. The 2005 Senior B.A. and B.F.A. Exhibition presents works -- paintings, ceramics, sculpture, photography, drawing, printmaking, and furniture design -- that highlights works by talented, emerging artists. (04-20-05) More >>>

UNH grant supports company developing instruments to help speed drug development process
The New Hampshire Industrial Research Center has provided a grant to a new company focused on developing instruments designed to speed the analysis of proteins, which scientists believe will have a profound impact on the drug development process. (04-20-05) More >>>

More News
Entrepreneurship in the life sciences is focus of April 22 seminar (04-20-05)
Web information system for employees available (04-20-05)
Kidder Fund and Pink Triangle award winners announced
 (04-20-05)
Heckel presents copy of new book to president
(04-20-05)
Hubbard series hosts 'The Fishes of the Galapagos Islands' April 21
(04-20-05)
EOS Concert Series brings spring greetings to camp us April 21
(04-20-05)
UNH Faculty Concert Series presents Christopher Kies on piano April 24
(04-20-05)
Music Department presents the Bratton Hall Jazz Band and Combos
April 25 (04-20-05)
Undergraduate Research Conference is April 25-30
(04-20-05)
Music Department presents the UNH Wind Symphony April 27
(04-20-05)
Music Department presents student composers concert April 29
(04-20-05)
Theatre Day Camp set for July 11 to Aug. 19
(04-20-05)


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