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Sharing the Journey: How to Help People with Alzheimer's/Dementia
The Presidentís Commission on the Status of Women will host a bag lunch discussion Wednesday, Feb, 1, noon to 1 p.m., in MUB Room 203 about Alzheimer's and dementia. New methods to enable wellness are on the horizon for those who have Alzheimers and other types of dementia. Speakers will offer care and support methods that improve quality of life over the course of the disease from diagnosis to the end of life. How does one assist as a family memberís personality and behavior change with anxieties, suspicions, agitation or delusions? Learn from Carly Hellen, occupational therapist and author of Alzheimer's Disease: Activity Focused Care, and Luisa Harless, director, Memory Impairment Unit, Spruce Wood Retirement. Community Info: 2-1058.

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Feb. 1, 2006
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UNH Announces Athletic Reorganization
UNH Director of Athletics Marty Scarano announced today a reorganization of UNH Athletics that not only addresses an immediate and significant budget deficit, but also outlines a critical fund-raising plan going forward over the next several years.
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EOS Director Awarded Prestigious Lectureship by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Berrien Moore III, University Distinguished Professor and Director of EOS, has been awarded the 2007 Dryden Lectureship in Research by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). The lecture, which Moore will deliver next January on the first evening of the AIAA annual meeting in Reno, Nevada, will be entitled “Challenges of a Changing Planet.”
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Charlotte E. Witt, Excellence in Research, professor of philosophy and the humanities
Campus Journal is pleased to feature UNH's 2005 Faculty Excellence winner profiles this spring. This week's profile is Charlotte E. Witt. When Charlotte Witt is asked to give a talk she has an unusual response: "Do you want the Aristotle scholar, the feminist theorist, or the historian of philosophy? More >>> (02-01-06)
Durham Community Dinners Provide an Organic Experience
Once a month the Durham community comes together with help of the Organic Garden Club to share a wholesome meal, genuine discussion, and uplifting music to celebrate the community of people and the land. More >>> (02-01-06)
Beyond Archery And Arts And Crafts: New Research From UNH Finds Summer Camps Can Foster Social Development In Youth
Summer camp can do "s'more" than teach kids to canoe, hike, and sing fun songs: New research indicates that summer camp can significantly enhance the social development of youth. More >>> (02-01-06)

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In Memoriam: Walter F. Buckley, professor of sociology, 1971-1985 (02-01-06)
New Hampshire Sea Grant Kicks Off Fisheries Roundtable Discussion Series Feb. 8 (02-01-06)
Kaye's Original Work, The Palestinian, Runs Feb. 15-19 (02-01-06)
HR Employee Profile: Fredric Taylor, copy service supervisor, Printing Services (02-01-06)
CIS Signals: CIS Tip of the Month: How to Clear My Recent Documents and Programs (02-01-06)
UNH In The News: Science Daily: Two New Lakes Found Beneath Antarctic Ice Sheet (02-01-06)

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