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EOS holds reception to celebrate NASA project
The campus community is invited to an EOS reception Monday, June 6, at 2 p.m., in celebration of its selection for NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission. A brief description of the mission will be given and refreshments will be served in the Morse Hall Atrium. MMS will fly a formation of four closely coordinated satellites designed to explore fundamental processes in plasma physics that are responsible for the rapid conversion of magnetic energy to heat and energetic particle radiation, called "reconnection." UNH will be responsible for all electromagnetic measurements on the mission. The UNH team will build an instrument to fly on each of the four satellites, measuring a comprehensive set of parameters designed to determine the processes of magnetic reconnection.

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June 1, 2005
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UNH In The News: UNH's Rich Langan featured on NPR's All
Things Considered

The Bush Administration has unveils a plan to allow ocean fish farms to operate within 200 miles of the U.S. coast. On June 7, Rich Langan, co-director of the Cooperative Institute for Coastal and Estuarine Environmental Technology and director of the Cooperative Institute for New England Mariculture and Fisheries , was featured in a story on NPR's All Things Considered about open ocean aquaculture and the proposed plan. To listen visit: (06-08-05)
UNH begins search for new VP for finance and administration
UNH President Ann Weaver Hart announces search for next vice president for finance and administration and names search committee. (06-01-05) More >>>
UNH announces next dean of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Joseph C. Klewicki has been named the next dean of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. Currently the chair of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah, Klewicki will officially start Aug. 15. (06-01-05) More >>>

Scenes from 2005 Commencement
UNH Alumni Association President Elizabeth Hoadley kisses Tom Werner's 2004 World Championship Red Sox ring. Several people had the honor of wearing his ring throughout the day. To see some of the scenes from the day, visit our three Web galleries. (06-01-05) (Photos courtesy of UNH Photo Services.)

NHPTV: Lessons from Pease
Now that the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is on the military's base closure list, all eyes are looking to facilities that have seen successful transformations. One of those is what was once Pease Air Force Base. Ross Gittell, James R. Carter Professor with the Whittemore School, participates in a discussion that revisits the success of Pease and looks ahead. (06-01-05) More >>>
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UNH honors its women leaders (06-01-05)
UNH begins search for new AVP for CIS  (06-01-05)
Child Study and Development Center: 75 years of leadership in early education teaching and research (06-01-05)
UNH Art-Appeal features fine arts and crafts
Bye, Bye Brook House
Another record-breaking year (06-01-05)

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