November 3, 2010
Flu Clinic Today Until 5 p.m. in the MUB
Health Services is offering a flu clinic today, Wednesday, Nov. 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Granite State Room of the MUB.
The CDC is recommending that everyone 6 months and older receive this vaccine. The 2010 Seasonal Flu Vaccine provides protection against the seasonal flu and the 2009 H1N1 virus.
Vaccine charge is $25 for faculty and staff students who have not paid their $20 for their health fee; $20 for students who have paid.
There will be an express line for those with cash. Payment can be made by credit card (MasterCard/Visa), check, cash or CATS Cache.
PAT Council Nominations Accepted Through Nov. 5
The PAT Council is accepting nominations for district representatives through Nov. 5. Voting will take place Nov. 8 through Nov. 19.
Districts open for election include 7 through 9 and 11 through 18. District 21, which has an at-large seat, is up for election as well. Members from any district may be nominated for this seat.
In order to run for the office of PAT staff council representative, you or someone in your district must nominate you to be on the ballot, and you must hold a position of no less than half-time. If you have been nominated, let the council know your willingness to serve by accepting or declining your nomination.
If you have any questions, e-mail the nominations committee chair at Kevin.Mello@unh.edu
Professor Discusses 'Race to the Top' at Kimball Lecture Nov. 5
Joseph Onosko, associate professor of education, will deliver the distinguished Kimball Lecture Friday, Nov. 5, at 3:30 p.m. in the Richards Auditorium, Murkland Hall.
The lecture, "Obama’s Race to the Top Leaves Children and Future Citizens Behind: The Damaging Effects of Centralization, Standardization, and High Stakes Accountability," is free and open to the public.
New Signage for Limited Access Roadways Coming Nov. 11
On Nov. 11, Energy and Campus Development will install traffic control bollards to deter unauthorized vehicles from driving on core campus ways, sidewalks and paths. The new bollards will limit vehicle access to Library Way between Thompson and Murkland Halls, and DeMeritt Way between Conant courtyard and Academic Way. No loading docks or service spaces are affected. Additional information, as well as a map depicting the location of the new bollards, can be found at: www.unh.edu/ecd/images/CP/fall2010notice.pdf.
About, Dine on Fresh Seafood Nov. 9
A unique event at UNH aims to connect cutting-edge research on sustainable New England fisheries with delicious recipes for New Hampshire-caught fish. Fisheries Research to Plate -- hosted by New Hampshire Sea Grant, UNH Cooperative Extension and Northeast Consortium – is on Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010 at 6 p.m. at Cole Hall.
To register for the event, which costs $10, go to www.tinyurl.com/researchtoplate. For information, contact LaValley at 2-4343 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2010 CIE Fall Photo Contest Deadline Nov. 15
Now is the time to cast your vote for your favorite photos taken by UNH students during their spring or summer study aboard experience. The annual Center for International Education photo contest has three categories: people, places and cultural immersion experience. You have to vote on one to get to the next two. Visit http://unh.edu/cie/photocontest/vote_fall10_ppl.html to vote before 4:30 p.m. Nov. 15.
After Work Stretch with Linda Hayden
Join Linda Hayden, assistant director of Campus Recreation, Tuesday Nov. 2 and 9, for a half-hour stretching workout in the MUB Wildcat Den from 4:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. as part of the Healthy UNH Fall into Fitness competition.
Ask an Advocate - Free Online Service for the UNH Community
Ask an Advocate is a free online service available to the UNH community that provides information, support and referrals for survivors of sexual violence, relationship abuse and stalking.
Anyone who has a question about themselves, a friend, a student, a colleague, or a family member, can complete an online form. After the form is submitted, a trained Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) advocate will reply within 24 hours.
Questions asked through Ask an Advocatewill be answered Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. except when the university is officially closed for holidays or weather emergencies.
If you need immediate assistance, call SHARPP’s 24 hour support line at 2-7233 or (888) 271-7233.
For more information visit www.unh.edu/sharpp/askanadvocate.html
Staff Professional Development Grant Deadline Dec. 1
The next application deadline for the UNH Staff Professional Development Grant is Dec. 1, 2010 with a maximum award of $750.
No more than one grant will be awarded per person during a 24-month period. This is calculated from the date of notification of the previous grant.
The Staff Professional Development Grant Program provides the opportunity for EE, OS, and PAT staff to attain new skills or knowledge in a manner that will enhance a staff member's performance or eligibility for promotion and be of specific benefit to the department, college, university and/or University System.
Such opportunities might include:
- Conferences, workshops and seminars, both on and off campus
- Academic courses not offered within the University System
- Travel and accommodations for off campus courses, workshops, etc.
- Special projects, including but not limited to research and publication
Use the following link to obtain the most current version of the application: http://www.unh.edu/hr/pod/pdfs/Staff-Prof-Dev-Grant.pdf and to review the criteria and eligible, reimbursable expenditures.
Print all application materials double-sided when possible and be sure to use the checklist to help prevent your application from being incomplete.
Affirmative Action & Equity Office Sponsors Webinar Series - ADA: The Next Generation
Affirmative Action & Equity Office is sponsoring a Webinar series on changes to the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act (ADAAA).
The changes are effective March 15, 2011 for Title II public entities such as the University System of New Hampshire. The ADAAA establishes new definitions, expands access to outdoor facilities, and delineates accessible housing guidelines. The 2010 ADA design standards deviate quite a bit from the current ADAAG Standards and are now more consistent with the NH State Building Code. Compliance is required for new construction and alterations after March 15, 2012. Do you know how these new rules and standards apply to higher education? For more information on topics and presenters click here.
Nov. 3, 2010 MUB Theatre II, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Session 1: Overview of Title II and Title II regulations, part I: service animals, Segways, effective communication, theater captioning, 911, testing and licensing
Nov. 17, 2010 MUB Theatre II, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Session 2: Overview of Title II and Title II regulations, Part II: barrier removal, event ticketing and seating, safe harbor provisions, DOJ compliance & enforcement
Dec. 8, 2010 MUB Theatre I, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Session 3: Planning for the transition and beyond; using the Safe Harbors policy compliance planning, relationship to section 504, ensuring compliance
Jan. 12, 2011 MUB Theatre I, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Session 4: ADA standards – administrative provisions; accessible routes and building Blocks, comparison of old and new provisions, eg: stairways, LULAS, ramps, turning spaces, operable parts
Feb. 2, 2011 MUB Theatre I 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Session 5: ADA Standards – Common Space & Element Types, and Communications
Changes: common space types, common element types, communications systems and devices
March 2, 2011 MUB Theatre I, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Session 6: ADA Standards – toilets, bathing, kitchens and plumbing elements. Significant scoping and technical changes: toilet and bathing facilities, kitchens, washing machines
March 23, 2011 MUB Theatre I 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Session 7: ADA Standards – specialized rooms, spaces and elements. Includes recreation and residential. Significant changes: Residential, transportation facilities, exercise machines, swimming pools
Organized by the National Association of ADA coordinators, these webinars bring together some of the country’s most experienced ADA experts and trainers, including those who wrote the new regulations, and consultants, architects, ADA specialists, and ADA coordinators. Questions? Contact Wendy Beckwith, EEO/ADA compliance office email@example.com
Museum Of Art Opens Two New Exhibitions Nov. 6
Two new exhibitions of local interest,“The Shape of Color: Carol Aronson-Shore”and “Fusion: Merging the Arts in PCAC,” are opening at the Museum of Art Nov. 6, 2010. The exhibits are presented as part of Arts for Life, a year-long celebration of the fine and performing arts in the Paul Creative Arts Center.
“The Shape of Color” presents recent paintings inspired by two New England locations, Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth and Monhegan Island off the coast of Maine. “Fusion” spotlights 50 years of fine and performing arts studies, exhibitions, performances, and events which have taken place within the university’s cultural center, the Paul Creative Arts Center. A preview reception will be open to the public on Friday, Nov. 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Museum of Art. Both exhibitions will be on view through Dec. 16 (closed Nov. 11 and 24-28). The Museum of Art and its programs are open to the public free of charge.
“The Shape of Color: Carol Aronson-Shore” features more than 50 works, including smaller gouache color studies for the larger oil paintings, by the renowned professor emeritus. Aronson-Shore’s work has been exhibited in more than 150 one-woman and group shows and is in numerous private, public and corporate collections. The White House Historical Association selected her to represent the state of New Hampshire and commissioned a painting for the 2000 Bicentennial celebration of the White House. This painting is part of the permanent collection of the White House.
A 36-page catalogue accompanies the exhibition and is available for sale.
Carol Aronson-Shore, Early Morning Light at the End of Horse Lane, oil on canvas, 30” x 30”
http://www.unh.edu/art-gallery/images/Editors_Shape_of_Color/Early Morning Light.jpg
Carol Aronson-Shore, Morning Tree Shadows Behind the Yeaton-Walsh House, oil on canvas, 30” x 30”
http://www.unh.edu/art-gallery/images/Editors_Shape_of_Color/Morning Tree Shadows.jpg
Carol Aronson-Shore, Fall Color at Strawbery Banke, oil on canvas, 24” x 42”
http://www.unh.edu/art-gallery/images/Editors_Shape_of_Color/Fall Color at Strawbery Banke.jpg
Carol Aronson-Shore, Late Light Panorama in Fall, oil on canvas, 24” x 42”
http://www.unh.edu/art-gallery/images/Editors_Shape_of_Color/Late Light Panorama in Fall.jpg
“Fusion: Merging the Arts in PCAC”is presented in conjunction with the campus wide celebration of the fine and performing arts at UNH. Included in the exhibition are special visual presentations by the Museum of Art and the departments of art and art history, music, theatre and dance and the Celebrity Series. It follows chronologically the development of the Paul Creative Arts Center from its construction and dedication in October, 1960 to recent initiatives.
A special section of Fusion will be dedicated to the donors and supporters of the Center, including Isabel Paul of Newfields. Paul and her sister, Harriet, were world-travelers and collectors, widely recognized for their support of their community and the arts. Other notable supporters include: Eldon L. Johnson, former UNH president; Karl Bratton, professor of music; Winthrop L. Carter, former president, Nashua Corporation; William G. Hennessy, director of dramatics, UNH; Harold H. Scudder, professor of English; and Lewis Churchill Swain, bandmaster.
John Hatch, Portrait of Isabel Paul, oil on canvas
Installation at Scudder Gallery, UNH, (now Museum of Art, UNH), 1960
Hyman Bloom, Pink Leg, Hyman Bloom, Pink Leg, 2000, oil on canvas, 32” x 70”, collection of the Museum of Art purchased in honor of Vicki C. Wright, director of the Museum of Art, UNH from 1986-2008
The Museum of Art is open during the academic year: Monday-Wednesday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; and Saturday and Sunday, 1-5 p.m.; closed Fridays, University holidays, and November 11 and November 24-28. Guided group tours for schools and other organizations are available with advance reservation by contacting Catherine A. Mazur, education and publicity coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-862-3713.
For more information, contact the Museum of Art at 603-862-3712, email@example.com, or visit www.unh.edu/moa.
Mindful Eating Choices Topic of Workshops
Rochelle L’Italien, registered dietitian, and Suzanne Sonneborn, registered dietitian and nutrition educator, will offer two opportunities for people to discuss eating during the holidays and guide them in the ways they can make healthy choices
“Tis the Season...Make Mindless Eating Work for You” sessions will take place Tuesday Nov. 23, noon to 1 p.m., MUB, 336 and Wednesday, Dec. 8, noon to 1 p.m., Holloway Commons Piscataqua Room. To register, visit www.unh.edu/healthyunh/tis-season.
Great Chefs Una Bella Serata in Italia Nov. 3
“A Beautiful Night in Italy” with Mary Ann Esposito
Wine Tasting with Guy Esposito
Join Mary Ann Esposito’s husband and wine enthusiast Guy Esposito Wednesday, Nov. 3 from 4 p.m. to 5p.m. in Huddleston Hall as he presents some wonderful Italian wines ripe for the tasting. Light refreshments will be offered.
Wine tasting,* $14+tax
Wine tasting and dinner $30+tax
Reservations required. Please call 862-1900 to make your reservation.
Mary Ann Esposito book signing
Wine tasting participants will have an opportunity to meet Mary Ann Esposito while she signs copies of her Ciao Italia cookbooks, “Five-Ingredient Favorites,” “Pronto,” and “Slow and Easy.” All three books will be available for purchase.
*Only guests 21 and over will be admitted. Proper ID required.
Then, from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. enjoy “Una Bella Serata in Italia, “dinner with Mary Ann Esposito, in Holloway Commons. Esposito is the creator and host of the long-running PBS series “Ciao Italia.” She is the author of 11 cookbooks and obtained her Master’s Degree from UNH.
Adults, $18+tax; children, $10+tax. No additional charge for UNH Dining meal plan holders.
Holocaust Discussion and Concert Nov. 14
UNH has received a grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council to present “Kaddish: Music and Text as a Window into the Issue of Genocide through the Testimonies of Survivors Before, During, and After the Holocaust” Sunday, Nov. 14 at 2 p.m. in the Johnson Theatre, Paul Creative Arts Center.
Composer Lawrence Siegel will lead a public discussion on the subject. Genocide is an ongoing global crisis in places such as Rwanda, Darfur, Congo, Kenya, and the former Yugoslavia. How can one consider such an immensely difficult subject without becoming completely overwhelmed? Siegel shares his interviews with survivors of the Holocaust and the process used to create art out of these stories by using their words as the libretto for Kaddish.
Siegel’s presentation will be followed by a live performance of his work Kaddish by the UNH Chamber Singers, soloists, and orchestra, with conductor William Kempster. The concert is at 3 p.m. in the same location.
Carsey Institute Brown Bag Seminar Nov. 17
The Carsey Institute is hosting a brown bag lunch forum for UNH researchers and faculty to share their work with Carsey researchers, affiliated faculty, and interested graduate students.
The presentation "Activity Involvement as a Context of Positive Youth Development in the Coos Youth Study: Moving Away from the Overscheduled Child Hypothesis" by Erin Sharp, assistant professor of family studies and youth expert, will be held Wednesday, Nov.17 in the MUB, room 334/336, from noon to 1 p.m. Attendees are invited to bring their lunch to the 30-minute sessions, which will be followed by time for questions and discussion.
The music department will present the NH Youth Band and UNH Wind Symphony Sunday, Nov. 21, at 3 p.m. The New Hampshire Youth Band is directed by professor Mark DeTurk and Eric Kobb (’97), band director at the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham. The UNH Wind Symphony, under the direction of Andrew Boysen Jr., will perform a program of transcriptions for band, featuring three pieces transcribed from different media: organ, orchestra, and brass band.
On Monday, Nov. 29, the UNH Jazz Combos will perform at 8 p.m. Both concerts, free and open to the public, are in the Johnson Theater. For more information, call 2-2404, or visit our website at www.unh.edu/music.
Luna Negra Dance Theater Nov. 18
The UNH Celebrity Series will present Luna Negra Dance Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. in the Paul Creative Arts Center’s Johnson Theatre.
Dedicated to the creation of works by Latino contemporary choreographers, Luna Negra Dance Theater serves as a springboard for Latino artists to give expression to their stories and bring new life to the cultures of their communities.
Steering away from stereotypes and folkloric representations, Luna Negra offers its audiences energetic, powerful, and passionate contemporary Latino dance, reflecting the immense cultural shift that is shaping America in the 21st century. The company’s repertory includes works of acclaimed contemporary Latino choreographers such as Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Fernando Melo, Gustavo Ramírez, Eduardo Vilaro, and Edgar Zendejas, among others.
Tickets at www.unh.edu/celebrity or by calling the MUB box office at 2-2290 when the university is in session.
Learn to Relax with Stresseraser Nov. 17 and Dec. 7
The Stresseraser is a small portable FDA regulated biofeedback device, about the size of a deck of cards, used to help mitigate stress by activating the relaxation response. Guiding the user through a series of simple breathing exercises, relaxation can occur within 15 minutes, calming the mind and relaxing the body.
Stresseraser sessions will take place Wednesday, Nov. 17 noon to 1 p.m., MUB 330/332 and
Tuesday, Dec. 7, 3 p.m. to 4 pm. , MUB Room 203 for any benefit eligible employee. You do not have to be enrolled in Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.
Space is limited; registration required. Visit https://hrtraining.unh.edu/apps/ssr?action=courses. Once the sessions are filled, those interested will be placed on a waiting list and additional sessions will be scheduled.
Annual leave or earned time is not required to attend these USNH health and wellness programs. .
Open Enrollment through Nov. 5
Open enrollment, the period during which changes can be made to benefits, is Oct. 25 to Nov. 5. Online open enrollment will be available by visiting MyUSNHBenefits.net during that time period. You will be able to view your current USNH benefit elections and enroll in or change your 2011 USNH benefits. Be sure to confirm your beneficiaries are current.
Important:Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) must be renewed annually.
Friends of NH Skiing ticket Packages
Save money on this season's skiing while supporting UNH's ski teams.
Ski N.H. member areas donate lift tickets and cross country trail passes to these packages, and all proceeds are donated to the UNH ski team, the Plymouth State University ski team, and to the Friends of N.H. Skiing grant program, which provides funding to N.H. skiers and snowboarders training to compete on a national and/or international level.
The program raises about $35,000 annually, $19-20,000 of which is donated to the UNH Ski Team. Since its inception in 1978, Friends of N.H. Skiing has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to these outstanding competitors.
Tickets are transferable, so you can share them with family and friends and are valid any day, including weekends and holidays. Packages of 12 alpine lift tickets cost $349-$499; packages of 12 cross country trail passes cost $99.
For details, visit SkiNH.com and click on the Friends of NH Skiing link on the home page, or call 800-88-SKI-NH (800-887-5464).
Climb the Wall in New Hampshire Hall
The climbing wall in New Hampshire Hall is open for recreational operations for individuals on Tuesday through Sunday nights, 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., and groups by appointment. The gym is open to students and non-students.
Day pass $8 $10
10-visit punch pass $60 $75
Semester pass $100 $150
Year pass $180 $275
Private group (6 -10) $175 more than 10, add $10 per person
Expanded Massage Therapy at Health Services
Health Services provides discounted massage therapy 6 days a week to the UNH community. All massages are 50 minute with licensed massage therapists. Prices start at $35 and gift certificates are available. http://www.unh.edu/health-services/ohep/massage.html
Meditation at UNH
Health Services provides guided meditation sessions on Mondays from 12:15 – 12:45 p.m., free and open to the UNH community. Free meditation MP3s from the Health Services meditation CD Reflections are also available on UNH iTunes U site. http://www.unh.edu/health-services/ohep/meditation.html
Confidential HIV Counseling/Testing
Health Services provides a confidential HIV counseling/testing clinic on Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. $25 per test, get results in 20 minutes. No appointment needed.
The Resource Library at Health Services contains thousands of resources on health and wellness and is available to all current UNH students, faculty and staff. The library is open Monday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and is located in Health Services on the second floor.
WeightWatchers at Work 12-Week Series Through Dec. 9
An information and registration session for WeightWatchers at Work will be held Wednesday, Sept. 8 at noon in the MUB, room 334. Jane McGrath is the program facilitator.
Weekly meetings will take place Wednesdays, Sept. 15 – Dec. 8, noon to 12:45 p.m., also in the MUB but the room changes so check the HR Training and Events Calendar or the MUB information desk each week for the location.
Join anytime during the series; rates will be prorated. Open to all UNH employees.
WeightWatchers is also offering 8 weeks of eTools free when you purchase a 12-week at WeightWatchers at Work series.
USNH Health and Wellness and Human Resources sponsor the weight-loss program. It is one of many health/wellness education programs for which USNH Harvard Pilgrim members can be reimbursed up to $200 per calendar year.
For more information on this program and other USNH Health and Wellness programs visit http://www.usnh.edu/hr/health-wellness/index.html or call HR at 2-0501.
Career Development Grants
Career development grants are available from the American Association of University Women Educational Foundation to support women who hold a bachelor's degree and are preparing to advance their careers, change careers, or re-enter the work force. Special consideration is given to women of color, and women pursuing their first advanced degree or credentials in nontraditional fields.
Grants provide support for course work beyond a bachelor's degree, including a master's degree, second bachelor's degree, or specialized training in technical or professional fields. Funds are available for distance learning. Course work must be taken at an accredited two- or four-year college or university in the United States, or at a technical school that is fully licensed or accredited by the U.S. Department of Education. Funds are not available for PhD-level work. Grants range from $2,000 to $12,000 for one year.
For more information, visit http://www.aauw.org/learn/fellowships_grants/career_development.cfm
“Just say the Name or Department You Would Like to Call”
The UNH NameConnector is a speech recognition system used for directory services. From any campus phone, dial “6” and say the name or department that you would like to call. Recent updates have improved the usability of the system and increased the success rate of properly recognized names.
Take a minute to test your own name. Dial “6” and ask for your own name/department to ensure that the system can recognize your request and correctly transfer the call. If you have any changes in pronunciation or names (including nicknames), leave a message on the UNH NameConnector voicemail box at 2-4939.
Become a UNH Sustainability Steward
Want to help your colleagues become more sustainable at work? Do you have ideas about making your office more efficient with resources like energy, water and money? Become a UNH Sustainability Steward. This new program, an initiative of the Energy Task Force and the Office of Sustainability, is looking for faculty and staff interested in taking UNH’s sustainability to the grassroots level in their buildings and departments. Learn more at www.sustainableunh.unh.edu/stewards.html or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office of Human Resources Benefits Representatives on Campus
Every other Monday, representatives from the Office of Human Resources, Benefits Administration will be available on campus to answer benefits questions, assist with enrollment, change in status and retirement. Call Sue Nolan, 2-0504, for an appointment. The full schedule of dates may be reviewed on the HR Web site at http://www.unh.edu/hr/HR-Benefits-Representatives-on-Campus.htm.
WageWorks Health Care Card
Using your health care card to access your Flexible Spending (FSA) and Health Reimbursement (HRA) accounts is convenient and time saving. To help you best understand appropriate use of the card and manage your accounts, WageWorks has developed a very informative short webinar made available on their homepage.
Go to www.wageworks.com and under Participant Quicklinks, click on ‘Health Care Card Webinar.’
The webinar covers when and where to use your card, what are eligible expenses, all about card receipts, saving your receipts and why detailed receipts are required.
Contact the UNH Office of Human Resources, Kristie Camacho 2-0509 or Sue Nolan 2-0504 if you have questions.
Report Fraud Here
The USNH administrative policy on fraud establishes a high standard of ethical and professional conduct for its faculty, staff, student employees, and volunteers. It encourages everyone to report potential, perceived, or suspected instances of fraud and strictly prohibits retaliation against anyone doing so. http://usnholpm.unh.edu/BOT/III.Admin/K.htm
The Internal Audit Office sponsors a Web-based reporting hotline (http://usnhaudit.unh.edu/hotline.htm) for individuals to relay concerns about potential fraud, waste, or abuse of USNH resources or non-compliance with laws, regulations, and policies. Messages can be posted on the hotline anonymously and are directed immediately to the USNH director of internal audit, Vicki Escalera, for investigation and follow-through. Individuals may also reach Escalera 2-3500. (Please note this phone has caller ID.)
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.