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Winter Parking Ban on its way
With November upon us, the campus community should be on alert for the annual Winter Parking Ban. The WPB commences either at the first declared snow emergency in November, or automatically Dec. 1, whichever occurs first. Once underway, it continues through March 31. Under the WPB, most lots are closed to after-midnight parking every night, regardless of weather conditions through 6 a.m. the following mornings. Limited parking is available in "exempt" areas, and conditionally available in "weather-conditional" lots B and C. The status of the WPB is announced on a voice mail recording available by dialing 862-1001.

Flu Clinic set for Nov. 9
Health Services will hold a flu clinic open to the UNH communit Wednesday, Nov. 9, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Granite State Room, MUB. The vaccine for faculty/staff is $22, and $14 for students. Cash, checks, Mastercard, Visa and Cats Cache accepted. The Centers for Disease Control recommends that individuals with chronic illnesses or conditions obtain the vaccine prior to Oct. 25. If this applies to you or someone you know, the vaccine may be obtained in advance by calling Health Services at 2-2856.

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Oct. 26, 2005
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Satellite Study Raises Estimates of Forest Degradation, Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the Brazilian Amazon
A new study published in the Oct. 21 issue of Science shows that selective logging activity in the Brazilian Amazon region covers an area nearly equal to the annual area deforested, thereby doubling the area of forest degradation. Moreover, based on this area estimate, the authors calculate that logging adds 25 percent to the gross carbon dioxide emissions from the Brazilian Amazon from forest degradation. More >>> (10-26-05)
CIE Travel Report: Gregory McMahon
Gregory McMahon, associate professor of history, received one of the 2004-05 CIE Faculty International Travel Grants funded by the VPAA to travel to Turkey to support his research about the Hittites. Here is his report. More >>> (10-26-05)
New Research Uncovers Factors Aggravating The Impact Of Economic Downturns In Nationís Top High-Technology Areas
When the tech boom of the 1990s turned into the tech bust of 2000, some high technology areas in the United States fared worse than others. In new report, two researchers at the University of New Hampshire Whittemore School of Business and Economics report that several key factors caused some high-tech areas, such as Californiaís Silicon Valley, to feel the economic pain more substantially than other areas. More >>> (10-26-05)

Elizabeth Crepeau, Professor of Occupational Therapy, Named to First England Professorship
Elizabeth Crepeau, professor and department chair of occupational therapy at the University of New Hampshire, has received the first England Professorship, announced James McCarthy, dean of the UNH School of Health and Human Services (SHHS). She will hold the professorship, which includes a stipend, for a three-year term starting this academic year. More >>> (10-26-05)

More News
Faculty Senate: Sept. 26, 2005 Minutes Summary
UNH Hosts Classics Scholar Oct. 26
Unseen Evil: Reality and Imagination in an Age of Terror discussed Oct. 27
'Teaching Biology in a Wilderness Setting or What I did on my Summer Vacation' is the featured topic at UNHM Nov. 2 Lecture (10-26-05)
Tyco’s Effort To Become A Model Of Corporate Governance Following Kozlowski Scandal Is Focus Of UNH CEO Forum Nov. 3
'A Murder is Announced' Runs Nov. 9-13
Musical Theatre Revue is Nov. 16
Human Resources Employee Profile: Cindy Tremblay, library associate, UNHM
UNH In The News: Boston Globe: The downside of high-tech wages, venture capital (10-26-05)

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