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Thanks to all Faculty and Staff who encouraged students to participate in Resume Review Day!
Over 100 students visited us here at the UACC to have their resumes critiqued! Six employers generously volunteered their time to come to campus for this event. Next Thursday, February 9th we will be hosting the Non-Profit, Health & Business Career and Internship Fair, from 11-3 in the Granite State Room of the MUB. 66 Organizations have registered for this event! Visit our website for a list of participants, www.unh.eu/uacc. Please let your students know of this exciting opportunity to meet with employers. They just might land the job of their dreams!


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Feb. 8, 2006
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Delicious Tradition Of Gourmet Dinners Returns To UNH In March
Students at the nation’s second-oldest hospitality management program will put their classroom and on-the-job knowledge and skills to a very public test this March with the return of the University of New Hampshire’s popular Gourmet Dinners Friday, March 3, and Saturday, March 4, 2006.
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Jeff Bolster, Excellence in Public Service, Associate Professor of History
Campus Journal is pleased to feature UNH's 2005 Faculty Excellence winner profiles this spring. This week's profile is Jeff Bolster. If he were a Boy Scout, Jeff Bolster would have earned a public speaking merit badge several times over. More >>> (02-08-06)
New Book Links Sustainable Agriculture, Land-Grant Universities, and Environmental Philosopher Aldo Leopold
A new book from University of New Hampshire’s Agricultural Experiment Station explores the theoretical and practical underpinnings of the growing movement toward sustainable agriculture.
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Winter 2006 Parenthesis: UNH's Land-Grant Status
UNH is one of more than 100 colleges and universities that comprise the nation’s Land-Grant University System. Here, Bill Trumble, dean of the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, provides an overview of this system, and talks about what it means for UNH students. More >>> (02-08-06)
 
UNH Celebrates 2006 MLK Day
Harvard Sitkoff, UNH professor of history; Patricia Williams, Columbia Law School professor and 2006 MLK speaker; and poet Kalamu ya Salaam, discuss "Civil Rights in an Era of Civil Wrongs: Exploring Contemporary Threats to Democracy" as part of UNH's 2006 MLK Celebration. (Carie Schelfhaudt/Media Relations) (02-08-06)

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