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Custodial services temporarily reduced
With the school year rapidly coming to a close, the Facilities Housekeeping group is actively planning work activities to support the year end clean-up of the Residence Halls and certain academic facilities. This is a concentrated initiative spanning four to six weeks as many of the dormitories will be used for summer conferences, athletic camps, etc. Consistent with prior year practices, facilities is consolidating its workforce and temporarily reducing the custodial service levels within many of the academic and administrative facilities, including those by external service provider, GCA Services Group. Bathrooms will continue to be serviced daily with the majority of the cleaning performed during the evening. However, many of the routine services such as floor cleaning and trash removal will be performed on a very limited basis. The current workforce planning model projects the year end summer clean-up to commence on or about May 20. In this four to six-week period, please contact the Facilities Support Center at 2-1437 for emerging custodial needs.

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May 18, 2005
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Leadership Series
Planning for succession and leadership transition

Like the seasons of a year, organizations ebb and flow, moving into exciting periods of change and new leadership. At UNH, spring has brought the anticipation of new possibilities as the university says goodbye to several long-time senior-level administrators who have made incredible contributions to UNH during their respected tenures. Now, UNH must prepare to transition to their successors. (05-18-05) More >>>
Leadership Series
Two positions tied to financial health of UNH
The university is conducting national searches for two key positions that play an integral role in the university’s financial health: vice president for finance and administration and president of the UNH Foundation.
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Leadership Series
Two academic deans: UNH Manchester and CEPS
The 2004-2005 academic year has brought transition for two key academic areas at UNH: UNH Manchester and the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. Karol LaCroix, former dean of UNH Manchester, was named president of the College for Lifelong Learning and assumed her new role Aug. 1, 2004. Arthur Greenberg, dean of CEPS, decided to return to the CEPS faculty. (05-18-05) More >>>

Campus enjoys international fair

The campus recently enjoyed Smith Hall's annual international fair, now a springtime tradition. Here Katelyn Dolan, who normally is behind the camera taking photos for Media Relations, shows off one of the many pieces of jewelry that was available for purchase at the fair.

Kristin Woolever named UNH Manchester dean
Bruce Mallory, UNH Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, has announced the appointment of Kristin Woolever as the next dean of UNH Manchester. Woolever brings more than 25 years of experience in higher education as a scholar and administrator, most recently as the director of the Antioch Center for Creative Change at Antioch University Seattle. (05-18-05) More >>>
More News
Jonathan Pennock named new director of NH Sea Grant (05-18-05)
18 faculty members recognized for excellence (05-18-05)

PAT Council learns about UNH’s diversity plan
OS Council reviews status of Compassionate Leave program, learns about diversity efforts (05-18-05)
Carsey Institute receives grant to develop national program on rural families and communities
Imam Salih Yucel speaks at UNH Manchester's 20th Commencement May 17 (05-18-05)

Armstrong recognized as 2005 UNHM Adjunct Faculty Member
Wildcat Athletic Council to induct three into UNH Hall of Fame June 5

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