June 20, 2007
Auction Action This Saturday
The pirate-themed auction offering more than 150 items that include original
works by well-known New Hampshire artists takes place Saturday, June 23,
from 6-9 p.m. at The Art Gallery, Paul Creative Arts Center.
“Hidden Treasures!” will also give bidders the chance to
own antiques, collectibles, and one-of-a-kind designed “treasure
chests." Guest auctioneer is Devin Moisan of Devin Moisan Auctioneers,
Inc.,( NH Lic. # 2922) Dover, NH.
Tickets are $35 per person: $60 per couple. Advance reservations recommended.
For more information, call 2-3712 or visit www.unh.edu/art-gallery.
Faculty and Staff Membership Reminder
June 28th is the deadline to join the Alumni Association Dues Membership
Program and be eligible for a raffle drawing on June 29. The prize is a
UNH wristwatch valued at $279.
Special faculty/staff membership pricing is $20 for a one-year membership
(normally $35) or $85 for a five-year membership (normally $140). You can
join on-line at www.alumni.unh.edu/join or by calling 800-891-1195 or 2-1650
locally. Memberships help support such things as alumni scholarships, chapter events and the
Jude Ward has joined the Affirmative Action and Equity Office as the ADA
Ward comes to UNH with more than seventeen years of experience in the
field of civil rights. As a former social worker, she developed a passion
for advancing the civil rights of people with disabilities. A former member
of the ADA Implementation Project for the state of Vermont, Jude assisted
Vermont state government in coming into compliance with the letter and
the spirit of the ADA. Ward served as a diversity and equity specialist
for the University of Vermont for eleven years. In this capacity, she managed
a civil rights grievance process for faculty, staff and students.
She can be reached at Jude.Ward@unh.edu or 2-2930 v/TTY or her direct
Free Screening of WWII Documentary “The War” June 28
Award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns will join New Hampshire Public Television
in presenting a preview screening of his new documentary “The War” on
Thursday, June 28 at 7 p.m. at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord.
The event is free and open to the public. Tickets are available on the
day of the screening at the Capitol Center for the Arts on a first-come,
first-served basis. The preview screening will be followed by a question
and answer session with Burns, moderated by NH Outlook host Beth Carroll.
“The War” tells the story of the Second World War through
the personal accounts of individuals from four quintessentially American
towns, from the home front to the frontlines. Examining the myriad ways
WWII touched the lives of all Americans, the film honors the bravery,
endurance and sacrifice of the generation who lived through what will
always be known simply as The War.
The 7-part documentary series is directed and produced by Burns and
Lynn Novick. A co-production of Florentine Films and WETA Washington,
DC, “The War” premieres Sunday, September 23 on NHPTV and
PBS. For more information visit www.nhptv.org/thewar or call (603) 868-4344.
Support for “The War” is provided by WETA, Portsmouth Regional
Hospital, The Arbors of Bedford, the McIninch Foundation, and the New
Hampshire Humanities Council.
Reminder: Turn in Your Waiver Forms
Faculty/staff tuition waiver forms for the fall undergraduate tuition
billing period are due by August 9. Forms can be obtained at Human Resources
or Business Services.
Information and questions, call Business Services at 2-2230 or email email@example.com.
Biodiesel Fuel at UNH
Concerning a story that ran in the June 6 Campus Journal entitled “Biodiesel
Group and Conway Company Team Up in Research Project” biodiesel currently
produced in UNH research labs from campus waste vegetable oil is not used
in university transit or fleet vehicles. B20 biodiesel used by UNH is purchased
on the commercial market and is dispensed from the NHDOT-owned fuel center
located on the west end of campus.
Computing and Information Services Gets Interim Director
Bill Hall, associate director of the CIS Enterprise Computing Group, has
accepted the position of interim director of ECG. Hall will serve in that
role until a permanent replacement is hired for Joe Doucet, whose last
day was June 15.
eVENTS Management System
The eVENTS Management System (EMS), developed by the Research Computing
Center, enables customers to register and pay for events such as conferences,
workshops, and camps via the web, and assists event managers with tracking
registration and payment activity.
The eVENTS system offers customizable registration forms for each event,
an online payment feature which accepts credit cards and e-checks and feeds
automatically into the Banner Finance system, and 24/7 access to live registration
More details are available at http://www.unh.edu/budget/events.htm or
by calling site administrator Jennifer Biron at 2-0828.
Post-partum Volunteers Sought For Exercise Study
The exercise science department is looking for women who have recently
given birth to participate in a study that looks at postpartum exercise
prescription. The study will explore the acute effects of circuit weight
training and subsequent acceptance of breast milk by infants.
The study will be conducted through July 27 at the UNH Exercise Science
Laboratory located in the Field House. It consists of five sessions: a
screening, a 1RM test of 11 nautilus machines, and three sessions of data
collection. This is ground breaking research, as there is very little data
on the short-term effects of this type of postpartum exercise.
Candidates should be 2-4 months postpartum. Contact Timothy Quinn, associate
professor in the kinesiology department, at 2-1830 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Jay
Hydren at (508) 954 9153 or email@example.com.
Summer Time at Campus Journal
The Campus Journal summer schedule continues. Next issue will be July 11, publishing
every other week thereafter. The deadline for submissions
is the Tuesday before at 4 p.m.
Sign Up for Summer Courses
UNH Summer Session 2007 is currently open
for all terms. For details on credit course offerings, term dates and more,
In keeping with our institutional mission to provide public
access to higher education, enrollment in a degree program is not required.
Undergraduate level courses (200-799) are open to individuals with a
high school diploma or GED. Graduate level courses (800-999) are open
to individuals with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college
or university. Term begins June 25.
If you plan to use your employee USNH tuition waiver benefit, you must
register in person. Tuition waivers are available at the Registrar’s
Office, Business Services and Human Resources. Please call 2-2015 if you
have any questions or if we may be of further assistance.
Lactation Room Available
Dimond Library and the UNH President’s Commission on the Status of
Women would like to call attention to a lactation room that is available
in Dimond Library. This private room contains a hospital-grade Medela breast
pump, a gliding rocker, a refrigerator, and soft music. The room is designed
for nursing and milk expression. A key can be checked out at the main circulation
desk of the library. Please contact Pam Lehman at 2-1512 or the commission
office at 2-1058 for more information.