ArchiveLetters Forum Higher LearningSearchPublishing ScheduleContact Us

FYI


Staff Professional Development Grant deadline is March 1
The next deadline for the Staff Professional Development Grant is March 1, 2005. Extention Educator, PAT and operating staff member who has been in a benefits eligible position at UNH Durham or UNH Manchester for a minimum of one year prior to the proposed professional development activity date are eligible. The grant awards up to $750 and the applicant cannot have previously been a recipient of this grant during the past 12 months.


Sign kids up for winter recess camp
UNH Campus Recreation will offer fitness-based morning (8:30 a.m. to noon) kids camp during winter recess (Feb. 21-25) and spring recess (April 25-29). Special activities for the February session will include: indoor pool, ice rink, court games, aerobic classes and outdoor activities (weather permitting).



More FYIs >>>


TOP STORIES
Feb. 2 - 15, 2005
 
Input sought from PAT staff about Family Friendly proposal 
The PAT Council is seeking input from PAT staff across campus regarding the cost implications of the Family Friendly proposal. (02-11-05) More >>>
 
Whittemore School teams up with NH Society of CPAs
The Whittemore School of Business and Economics has formally partnered with the New Hampshire Society of CPAs, a relationship that will provide accounting students greater access to accounting professionals who can offer employment opportunities, career advice and practical accounting applications. New Hampshire accounting professionals will benefit from increased direct access to Whittemore School accounting and other graduate programs. (02-02-05) More >>>
 
Best-selling author Devra Davis to lecture Feb. 9 on link between pollution and human disease
Devra Davis, a leading national health expert and author of the best-selling book When Smoke Ran Like Water: Tales of Environmental Deception and the Battle Against Pollution, will give a free, public lecture on how environmental pollution affects people’s lives Wednesday, Feb. 9 from 7 to 8 p.m. in Murkland Hall. (02-02-05) More >>>
 

UNH Library reviewing periodical holdings
UNH Library is fortunate to be in the lucky minority of academic libraries that have not had an annual journal cancellation project in the last 10 years. Unfortunately, journal inflation, which rises at a much greater rate than other higher education costs, is now causing us to seriously review our periodical holdings.
(02-02-05) More >>>


More News

Chamber Orchestra Kremlin to perform at UNH Celebrity Series (02-04-05)
Saul O Sidore Lecture Series, Research and the Public Interest, kicks off Feb. 9 (02-02-05)
Professor sets poetry to music for two local choirs (02-02-05)
Cold weather increases risk of dehydration
(02-02-05)
Carsey Institute announces seminar series (02-02-05)
UNH Manchester book discussion group features “journeys of discovery: travels in literature and film” (02-02-05)
The Great Plague in art and history is topic of UNH Manchester brown bag lecture
(02-02-05)
UNH grad students read from work Feb. 10 (02-02-05)
Photo Gallery: MLK Candlelight Vigil and Spiritual Celebration
(02-02-05)
UNH sets RCM system forums (01-21-05)
Faculty Experts List being updated (01-21-05)


Download Campus Journal
Downloadable version of Campus Journal (.pdf document)



Resources for
Faculty and Staff

 
Faculty Senate
PAT Council
OS Council
Jobs at UNH
Benefits
Athletics
UNH Home Universitywide Calendar
Parking Services


Past Issues
UNH Media Relations has online archives of Campus Journal dating back to January 2002. Older issues are available in paper format at the Dimond Library.