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Join UHS for an open house at Philbrook Hall
Experience the newly renovated Elements at Philbrook Hall Aug. 25, from 3 to 5 p.m. Renovations included major structural changes in the serving area resulting in an updated atmosphere of innovation and contemporary dining. Food samples will be available.

Academic year work-study information available The Financial Aid Office is preparing for the 2005/2006 Academic Year Federal Work-Study Program. Departments have been sent information in the mail about posting work study positions.

Openings for older students at CSDC
The UNH Child Study and Development Center (CSDC) is accepting applications for limited openings in the Preschool II program for 4-year-olds and the full-day kindergarten, which will begin in late August. The kindergarten is open to all families.

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Aug. 10, 2005
Next Publication Date: Wednesday, Aug. 24 More >>>
UNH Names New President of the Foundation
UNH President Ann Weaver Hart and Roger Thomas, chairman of the UNH Foundation Board of Directors, announced this week the appointment of Wendy Scott Keeney as president of the UNH Foundation. More >>> (08-10-05)
UNH Scientist Helps Show Collapse of Antarctic Ice Shelf is 'Unprecedented'
A paper to be published in the August 4 issue of the journal Nature asserts that the recent collapse of the Larsen B Ice Shelf in the Weddell Sea of Antarctica is “unprecedented” in recent times. UNH scientist Michael Prentice is one of the article’s authors. More >>> (08-10-05)
UNH Community Honors Life of Prof. Charles Warren
The UNH community honored the life of Charles Warren, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, Friday, Aug. 5, at a memorial service in Huddleston Hall. Warren died Saturday evening, July 30, from injuries sustained in a paragliding accident the day before. He had been on vacation in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. More >>> (08-10-05)
Fisheries Expert Says 'Stay The Course' With Ocean Fish Recovery Policy In Science Article
In a strongly worded defense of existing, embattled U.S. legislation aimed at ending overfishing and rebuilding depleted populations within the next decade, UNH scientist Andrew Rosenberg writes in the July 29 issue of Science that altering current policy would be misguided and counterproductive. More >>> (08-10-05)
More News
NH Exporter Competitiveness Sensitive To Exchange Rate Trends, According To Research By UNH International Private Enterprise Center (08-10-05)
Enjoy twilight at Woodman Farm (08-10-05)
UNH In The News: Boston Globe: Idled fishermen in N.H. turn to mussel building (08-10-05)
Human Resources: Employee profile of Alan Bryce, library associate, EMCS Library (08-10-05)

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