UNH's Whittemore School
Hosts Sen. John Kerry's National Economic Plan Policy Address Aug.
Contact: Denise Hart
UNH Media Relations
August 25, 2003
WHO: Sen. John Kerry
WHAT: Major policy address unveiling national economic plan
WHERE: Strafford Room, Memorial Union Building, UNH, Durham, NH
WHEN: Thursday, Aug. 28, 2:15 p.m.
DETAILS: Democratic presidential candidate Sen.
John Kerry unveils his national economic plan at the University
of New Hampshire Thursday,
Aug. 28. The event is being hosted by the Whittemore School of
Business and Economics.
Kerry will deliver a major policy address covering labor and the
BACKGROUND: The Whittemore School, which was chosen by the Kerry
campaign to host the event, has a long history as a resource for
research and education about business and economic issues. During
primary year, the school conducts economic forums with political
candidates to discuss their views about the economy, to inform
the candidates about local and statewide economic concerns and
to make candidate’s positions known to the public.
The Whittemore School, established in 1962 through the efforts
of noted industrialist Laurence F. Whittemore, provides degree
programs that combine the breadth of a liberal education with the
specifics of professional training in business administration;
economics; hospitality management and management of technology.