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UNH: LESI Surges on Strong Business Conditions and Employment Outlook


The UNH Lodging Executives Sentiment Index (LESI) surged to 78.1 in August 2013 from 65.8 in July 2013, fueled by strong business conditions and a more positive employment outlook.

“These results represent lodging executives’ strong and positive sentiments of the present general business conditions for their properties, which increased 8.7 on the sentiment scale, combined with a strong sentiment about general business conditions 12 months in the future, which increased by 16.0,” said Nelson Barber, associate professor of hospitality management, who manages the index. 

Profile in Sustainability: Michael Welch , Information Technologist in UNH IT


MIcheal WelchHow can people be more sustainable with their IT choices and behavior?

Carsey Institute at UNH: N.H. Has Largest Increase in Child Poverty in Nation

The state of New Hampshire experienced the largest increase in child poverty of any state in the country from 2011 to 2012, according to new research from the Carsey Institute at UNH.

Entitlement-Minded Workers More Likely to Claim Bosses Mistreat Them, New UNH Research Shows


Employees who have a sense of unjustified entitlement are more likely to say that their bosses are abusive and mistreat them than their less entitlement-minded coworkers, according to new research from UNH. 

UNH Manchester Offers “Family Matters” Lecture and Film Series


UNH Manchester will offer a free lecture and film series titled “Family Matters.” The series will explore the challenges NH families face as they negotiate the realities of everyday life. Through lectures, panel discussions, and films, the series examines key issues including education, immigration, addiction, and violence.

Graduate Student Receives Switzer Environmental Fellowship

Jessica Veysey

Jessica Veysey, a student in UNH’s natural resources and Earth system science Ph.D. program, received the Switzer Environmental Fellowship. Credit: Courtesy of Jessica Veysey.

Tweet! Tweet! Read All About It


Did you know that UNH Media Relations has several Twitter feeds where you can find out about UNH news?

UNH Media Relations works with local, regional and national media to tell the university's stories and connect journalists with faculty experts. It disseminates news releases to members of the media and responds to media inquiries.

Dean of Paul College to Return to Research and Teaching


Dan Innis, dean of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, has informed university administrators that he will step down as dean Nov. 1, 2013.  A professor of marketing, Innis came to UNH in 2007. During his tenure as dean he helped secure the college’s largest ever gift of $25 million and oversaw the building and opening of a new business school, the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics. 

Film Screening Promotes Active Aging


John and Brad Tatum, 88- and 90-year-old swimmers

John and Brad Tatum, 88- and 90-year-old swimmers

ROC USA President Named Carsey 2013 Social Innovator of the Year


Paul Bradley, ’86, president of ROC USAPaul Bradley talks with community leaders at the 2012 NeighborWorks America Community Leadership Institute in Orlando, Fla.
Credit: ROC USA/Mike Bullard

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