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Faculty/staff tuition waiver forms due Nov. 9
Faculty and staff should submit tuition waiver forms to Business Services in Stoke Hall by Nov. 9 so that credit for undergraduate degree classes can be applied to the spring semester tuition bills that will be posted online Nov. 14 to the students' MyUNH accounts. A new tuition waiver form is required each term. For more information call 2-2230.

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.

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Nov . 16, 2005
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CJ News Alert: Don’t Forget to Power Down for Thanksgiving Break
Avoid being a phantom energy users during the Thanksgiving closing. Electronic devices consume energy when turned off but still plugged in. This can account for up to 30 percent of total energy used. More >>> (11-21-05)
UNH Announces Candidates for Vice President for Finance and Administration
Three candidates for Vice President for Finance and Administration will be on campus in the next few weeks for interviews and to participate in public forums open to the university community. The candidates are: Betty Roberts, associate vice president, University of Houston; Richard Cannon, partner, Cambridge Hill Partners; and Timothy Cross, associate dean for finance and administration, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University. More >>> (11-16-05)
CIE Travel Report: Virginia Garland
Virginia Garland, associate professor of education, received one of the 2005-06 CIE Faculty International Travel grants funded by the VPAA. In October 2005, she traveled to Puerto Rico to present a paper, "Internationalizing North American Higher Education:  Integrating the Topic of Natural Disasters in the Curricula" at the 10th North American Higher Education Conference. More >>> (11-16-05)
UNH Poised to Have One of Cleanest Transit Systems in New England
As a trailblazer in the fields of alternative fuel and alternative transportation, the University of New Hampshire is once again implementing cleaner technology in the campus transit system to reduce emissions and save energy, a move that could create one of the cleanest university transit systems in New England by 2007. More >>> (11-16-05)
UNH Celebrates Rosa Parks and Civil Rights Movement Dec. 1
The campus community is invited to participate in “Celebrating 50 years of the Civil Rights Movement: Honoring Rosa Parks, a Woman of Courage,” Thursday, Dec. 1. More >>> (11-16-05)
UNH Supports Cell Phones for Soldiers Effort
Little compares to the joy of hearing the voices of loved ones when you’re far away from home, especially during the holidays. And especially when you’re a soldier overseas. To make the holiday season a bit brighter for families with relatives in the military service, UNH is collecting cell phones for Cell Phones for Soldiers. Simply look for the basket with the American flag that sits at the MUB Info Center, which is a drop-off point for anyone wanting to donate to Cell Phones for Soldiers. More >>> (11-16-05)

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Outlook Bright for Stormwater Research (11-16-05)
Music Department Presents Monteverdi’s L’orfeo Nov. 18-20 (11-16-05)
Traditional Jazz Series Presents George Masso And Jeff Galindo Nov. 21 (11-16-05)
Music Department Presents a Recital by Students of Sharon Baker Nov. 29 (11-16-05)
'All My Sons' Runs Nov. 30 to Dec. 4 (11-16-05)
UNH In The News: Concord Monitor: 1918: a year of funerals (11-16-05)

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