May 1, 2015
With the warm summer weather on its way, working out in a gym can get stuffy and old really quick. Experience the warm weather we’ve all been waiting for while also trying something new.
This summer, June through August 2015, Healthy UNH Outdoors is offering seven different kayaking and paddle boarding outings, at a reduced rate to faculty, staff, and their guests. The outings range from fifteen to twenty dollars. The classes are offered to all skill levels with instruction included, so there’s... Read More
April 28, 2015
With finals around the corner, students aren’t the only people on campus becoming stressed.
The semester is also coming to an end for faculty. Stress can impact your body in many ways, so it’s important to manage stress.
Stress has both short-term and long-term effects on your body.
Short-term effects can include headaches, upset stomach, overeating or under eating, sleep problems, and angry outbursts.
Long-term effects include heart and blood vessel problems, inflammation in the circulatory... Read More
April 27, 2015
Stress can have serious negative impacts...
As the warm weather returns, so does the familiar stress that comes with finals. For college students, stress is almost as normal as eating; it is apart of our everyday life. Most students don’t even realize they are stressed because they have become accustomed to it, however, stress can have serious negative impacts on your physical and mental wellness.
There are many ways you can reduce your stress during finals:
Have some time alone
Take study... Read More
April 24, 2015
Department: Facilities Campus Planning
Position/Role at UNH: CAD/DMS/GIS AdministratorYears at UNH: 8
1. What does health mean to you?
Health is an investment that compounds over time. What you do now makes a big impact later in life and it goes both ways. Do your best to be healthy now, you’ll be better off later, make some poor health choices now, pay for those later as well. It’s all a balance and we just do the best we can.
2. What do you do to make a healthy UNH?
I do my best to take... Read More
April 21, 2015
Before coming abroad I knew I wasn’t going to have the luxury of a gym like the Hamel Recreation Center . I also knew a gym membership would be way too expensive to have abroad. Not going to the gym and eating all of the glorified food in Florence, Italy worried me!
When I talked to other people who went abroad they told me how much walking I would be doing and how all the walking would really contribute toward my daily exercise. But not having any experience yet, I was still skeptical.... Read More
April 13, 2015
Do you love to run? Are you someone who would like to start running? Are you looking for a way to challenge your body on a whole new level?
The UNH Half Marathon Club may be the club for you!
This club is for students who have a common interest in running and want to challenge themselves. It provides a structured running schedule to prepare for an optional half marathon at the end of the semester. The practices train you in speed, endurance, and recovery runs. This club encourages a... Read More
April 6, 2015
Take the free, online program Kognito to see how you can help them.
It is very worrisome to see someone you know act strangely. You want to help them, but don’t know what to do, or how to talk to them. Unfortunately, this is a common scenario and many people do not help the person in distress because they simply do not know what to do. To solve this problem, the Counseling Center at UNH offers a free, on-line program called Kognito. This program is a simulation that helps you identify... Read More
March 31, 2015
The semester is coming to an end, and many of us are beginning to feel the stress that comes with it. April is the perfect time to work on reducing our stress levels, considering its National Stress Awareness Month!
Here are four ways to celebrate National Stress Month Awareness Month here on campus:
Massage therapy involves working on the body with pressure to promote relaxation and well-being, while also removing stress. UNH offers discounted prices to UNH employees and students.
One of the... Read More
March 24, 2015
3 Tips for Commuter and Transfer Students
If you are a commuter student or a transfer student, getting involved on campus can be a struggle. Luckily, UNH has come up with a way to help.
Commuter and Non-Traditional Student Services is part of the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership located in the MUB. One of the many things they do is put together the Commuter Connection.
The Commuter Connection is a weekly email with announcements about parking and transportation, commuter student... Read More
March 19, 2015
Certified, personal trainers are here on campus to guide you!
After a long day of work, it’s hard to motivate yourself to exercise. It’s very tempting to go home, relax on the couch and watch TV. However, getting in a work out after or before your workday is important to stay healthy and keep you energized.
Campus Recreation has just the motivation you need; UNH Staff that are members of Campus Recreation are eligible for requesting a Personal Fitness Trainer for a small fee, depending on... Read More