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Banner 7 Training Is Available
User training for faculty and staff who use the Banner Student Administrative System is scheduled to begin this month. An overview presentation will be given in the MUB Theatre II Thursday, Sept. 29, 2 to 4 p.m. Registration is not required. The sessions will be the same, so there is no need to attend both. The training lab at 1 Leavitt Lane will be open and available for hands-on training, practice, and assistance beginning in October. Members of the SIS Steering Committee will be present. That schedule is as follows: Monday, Oct. 3, 8 a.m. to noon; Wednesday, Oct. 5, 1 to 5 p.m.; Thursday, Oct. 6, 8 a.m. to noon; Tuesday, Oct. 11, 8 a.m. to noon; Thursday, Oct. 13, 1 to 5 p.m., and Friday, Oct. 14, 8 a.m. to noon.

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Sept. 28, 2005
Next Publication Date: Wednesday, Oct. 5 More >>>
Sinthy Kounlasa: Going As Far As She Can Go
Sinthy Kounlasa, administrative assistant with the Whittemore School, has run hundreds of marathons, but the most important was the one that brought her to America. Born in Communist-controlled Laos, Kounlasa came to America in 1982 with the help of a missionary worker after spending 16 months with her young childrenin Thai detention camps. More >>> (09-28-05)
Trip Report: Ronald LeBlanc Travels to Russia
Ronald LeBlanc, professor of Russian, received one of the 2004-05 CIE Faculty International Travel Grants funded by the VPAA to support travel to Russia. Here is his report. More >>> (09-28-05)
President Allocates $400,000 to Support Research and Scholarship
As part of the university’s commitment to faculty research and scholarship, President Ann Weaver Hart has announced she will dedicate $400,000 from her President’s Fund for Excellence to a competitive and strategic program to initiate and sustain research and scholarship at UNH. More >>> (09-28-05)
UNH Faculty Member Researches Face Mask Removal For Injured Football Players
This fall, as more than a million high school football players take to the gridiron, UNH’s Erik Swartz is focused on the worst-case scenario. No, not losing the big game, but cervical spine (c-spine) injuries that, while less frequent than muscle strains or concussions, can result in paralysis or even death. More >>> (09-28-05)

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The Last Supper And The Da Vinci Code Discussed At UNH Manchester Luncheon Lecture Oct. 5 (09-28-05)
Students, Faculty And Staff of New Hampshire Colleges and Universities Respond to Hurricane Disaster (09-28-05)
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