July 8, 2009
Outdoor Pool Remains Closed; Scheduled to Reopen Late Next Week
The outdoor pool at UNH remains closed due to a damaged filter. Crews are expected to work through the weekend to make the repair once parts arrive Friday and the pool is tentatively scheduled to reopen late next week.
The university’s indoor pool in the Field House on Main Street and Mendum’s Pond will continue to be available for all swimmers with an outdoor pool pass. Swimming lessons will continue as scheduled at the indoor pool.
The university regrets any inconvenience. Any updates will be posted at www.unh.edu.
Summer Services - Office of Health Education and Promotion, Health Services
Massage Therapy : 50-minute traditional ($35 students/$45 faculty and staff) and hot stone massages ($45 students/$55 faculty and staff) are available with licensed massage therapists, Monday – Friday, at 9 a.m., 10:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Gift certificates are also available. Learn more: http://www.unh.edu/health-services/ohep/massage.html
Biofeedback: Individual sessions with a computer-based biofeedback program are available at no cost. Biofeedback technology uses electronic equipment to measure and monitor changes in one’s internal physiological state while teaching breathing, relaxation and meditation exercises. Biofeedback techniques help with stress management. Learn more: http://www.unh.edu/health-services/ohep/biofeedback.html
Resource Library: Health Services’ resource library is open Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The lending library is filled with books and multimedia items on a variety of health and wellness issues. Available to UNH Durham employees and students only. View the collection at http://www.unh.edu/health-services/library.cfm
Appointments/information: Call 2-3823 or go to www.unh.edu/health-services. Students may make appointments online by visiting www.unh.edu/HealthOnline. Summer hours are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Reminder: Turn In Your Waiver Forms
Staff tuition waivers need to be turned in to Business Services for the UNH/Durham fall undergraduate tuition billing by Aug. 6, 2009. Forms can be obtained at Human Resources or the Business Services Office.
Info and questions: Business Services at 2-2230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MUB Copy Center Closed Month of July, Reopens In August
The MUB Copy Center will be closed for the month of July and will reopen on Monday, Aug. 3. This initiative is in support of the UNH mission to reduce expenses during the current economically challenging environment.
This action will also contribute to the university’s sustainability efforts, reducing electrical and air-conditioning requirements for the center during this period.
Printing and mailing services will be shifting all work to the West Edge facility and expect to maintain the level of service the UNH community has grown accustom to. Projects may be submitted to the online order site http://www.printing.unh.edu/index.html , emailed to email@example.com, dropped off at the West Edge office. Or, call 2-0537 to arrange for pick up.
The West Edge office is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
New England Center Will Serve Continental Breakfast for Guests Beginning July 7
Beginning July 7, 2009, the New England Center Hotel and Conference Center will no longer be open for hot breakfast in the restaurant. A continental breakfast will be available for hotel guests in the lobby of the hotel.
The center’s award-winning dining will continue to be available for lunch and dinner, as well as Sunday brunch from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
“Like any business we continually review our services and offerings,” said David May, assistant vice president of business affairs at UNH. “With overall business down the numbers no longer justify the expense of providing a breakfast service every day. This move will allow us to redirect our limited resources to more strategic services.”
Pollution Prevention Workshop July 15
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services will present a two-hour workshop on pollution prevention July 15, from 10 a.m. to noon, in McConnell 212.
Sponsored by UNH’s Green Cleaning committee, the workshop will demonstrate how recycling is good but reducing is better. Examples of how to minimize or eliminate wasteful domestic and industrial processes will be presented.
For more info on NHDES pollution program go to http://des.nh.gov/organization/commissioner/p2au/pps/ppp/index.htm.
Professional Development and Training Launches Newsletter
The first issue of Professional Briefings, a new 4-page newsletter published by Professional Development & Training, an office within the Graduate School, is available at: http://www.learn.unh.edu/April09ProfBriefs.pdf
The newsletter will be published three times a year and will include articles of particular interest to working professionals. It will also announce upcoming seminars and programs sponsored by Professional Development & Training.
Articles in this issue include How to Lead a Self-Managing Team by Vanessa Urch Druskat, professor of organizational behavior at the Whittemore School of Business and Economics, and Jane V. Wheeler, professor of management at Bowling Green State University’s College of Business Administration; and Characteristics of Principled Win-Win Negotiations.
Signals Going Paperless
Signals, the CIS newsletter, will go paperless starting FY10, both in the spirit of sustainability, and in accordance with President Mark Huddleston’s call to restrict printing and mailing costs as stated in his April 2009 budget letter.
Our online presence will improve to reflect Web 2.0 technologies, which will allow for both a two-way communication stream and a more feature-rich environment. Stay tuned for more details in June Signals.
Come Join Weight Watchers at Work – Anytime!
Weight Watchers at Work meets every Monday at noon in the Wildcat Den in the MUB. New members are welcome at any time. The registration fee will be prorated if you join after a session has started. The charge is reimbursed by Harvard Pilgrim for any eligible employee. Come join us and learn about the new “Momentum” program.
Have Something to Talk About? The Speakers Bureau Wants You
Join an impressive list of more than 200 UNH faculty and staff and share your knowledge with citizens of New Hampshire. The UNH Speakers Bureau is an outreach program of the university connecting faculty and staff with non-profit organizations around the state to share their expertise through speaking engagements. In 2008, Speakers Bureau members gave more than 125 presentations around the state reaching more than 4,000 New Hampshire citizens.
All faculty and staff are eligible to join. This is a terrific opportunity to promote your current research, make your knowledge available to the public, and to have an impact in the community. Visit the website to learn more or call us at 2-4401. If you are a current member and have not recently updated your information, please visit the website to view your profile.
Yoga Classes at Campus Rec
Basic hatha style yoga classes are offered at the Campus Recreation Center Monday through Saturday for students, rec center members and non-members, and the community. Six-class session: $30/student or recreation center member; $50/non-members. Basic exercise mats provided. Yoga mats may be purchased at the Recreation Center or you may bring your own mat/towel.
For a class schedule go to http://campusrec.unh.edu/index.cfm?id=64C9465D-D97E-AFD2-BBB892A5ACD83F5E. .
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.