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Salary increases are on the way
The FY’04 salary increases retroactive to Sept. 1, 2003, and associated bonuses for eligible faculty and staff will be reflected in the Nov. 7 paycheck for salaried non-AAUP faculty and staff, and the Nov. 14 paycheck for operating staff. Other personnel actions that were placed “on hold” through the testing phase such as introductory increases, reclassification increases and equity adjustments are being processed and should be reflected in the of Nov. 21 paycheck for salaried non-AAUP faculty and staff, and the Nov. 28 paycheck for operating staff retroactive to the initial effective date. Thank you for your patience and cooperation. Any questions may be addressed to Joyce Cleary at 2-0513

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Nov. 7, 2003, Edition
 
Three-year faculty contract is announced
The University of New Hampshire chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), the University System of New Hampshire Board of Trustees and the UNH administration jointly announced last week a contract settlement for UNH tenure-track faculty for the next three fiscal years. (11-07-03) More >>>
 
Raising a family in the residence halls
Dee Kinsman gently rocks her 4-month-old daughter Taylor, who is sleeping in a portable crib, when Jaxson, 4, walks out of his bedroom wearing his superhero underpants after an afternoon nap. He squeezes his fanny into the space between his mother’s hip and the chair arm – a space that only a 4-year-old’s fanny can fit – and rubs his eyes.

It’s home sweet home for the Kinsman family, a picture that would seem completely ordinary, except that home sweet home for the Kinsmans – Dee, husband Eric, and their two children – is with 500 freshmen in Christensen Hall. (11-07-03) More >>>
Nearly all students are using Blackboard
When UNH debuted Blackboard in fall 1999, just 16 courses were selected to use the online software platform that allows faculty and students to communicate online, sharing documents, creating work groups and having online conversations based on class discussions. Just four years later, professors teaching more than 671 courses are using the system, resulting in nearly all UNH students taking a Blackboard-enhanced course, according to Terri Winters, director of academic technology. (11-07-03) More >>>

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