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Professional Development Grant Deadline is Feb. 1
The next Irvine Professional Development Grant deadline is Feb. 1. Eligible Irvine Professional Development Grant opportunities might include conferences, workshops and seminars, both on and off campus; UNH courses not covered under existing benefits; academic courses not offered within the university system; or travel and accommodations for off campus courses, workshops, etc. The Irvine Professional Development Grant is funded for $1,000 annually and is awarded bi-annually with a maximum individual award of $500 in any fiscal year (July-June).

Deadline for Parents Assocation Grant Proposal is Feb. 7
C Donít miss the deadline to submit a Parents Association Grant Proposal. Deadline for submissions is noon, Feb. 7, 2006. Complete information regarding the grant criteria and the application is online. Call 2-4370 for more information.

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Jan. 18, 2006
Next Publication Date: Wednesday, January 25 More >>>
Law Professor Patricia Williams Is 2006 MLK Celebration Speaker
The university welcomes Columbia University law professor Patricia Williams as the keynote speaker for its 2006 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Wednesday, Feb. 1.
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Stephen Jones Appointed Assistant Director Of Research For NH Sea Grant
Stephen Jones has been named the Assistant Director for Research of the New Hampshire Sea Grant College Program. Jones is a research associate professor of natural resources and marine sciences at University of New Hampshire and director of the UNH Center for Marine Biology. More >>> (01-18-06)
Victoria L. Banyard: Outstanding Faculty Award — Associate Professor
Campus Journal is pleased to feature UNH's 2005 Faculty Excellence winner profiles this spring. This week's profile is Victoria Banyard, whose recent collaborative research project was groundbreaking: it showed that educating bystanders, who may be witnesses to interpersonal violence or friends of survivors, helps reduce the problem of sexual violence. More >>> (01-18-06)
Art Gallery Presents Two New Exhibitions – Works By Samuel Bak And Alumni
Paintings and drawings by renowned artist Samuel Bak, as well as recent works by three accomplished UNH alumni are showcased in two exhibitions opening at The Art Gallery, UNH, on January 19. The Art of Samuel Bak: Memory and Metaphor and An Eye on Alumni: Elise Freda, Betsey Garand, and Martha Groome run though April 12. A preview reception, open to the public, will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 18, from 5 to 8 p.m. More >>> (01-18-06)

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Faculty Concert Series Features Faculty Jazz Sextet Jan. 20 (01-18-06)
Corporate Governance Topic Of Lecture Jan. 23 (01-18-06)
‘Abolition and New England Despair’ Lecture is Jan. 26 (01-18-06)
Award-Winning Fiction Writer Featured in UNH Authors’ Series Jan. 29 (01-18-06)
HR Employee Profile: Joe Doucet, director, Enterprise Computing Group (01-18-06)
CIS Signals: Server Health and Security Program (01-18-06)
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