Faculty/Staff Parking Permit Renewals

Faculty/Staff parking permit holders should expect personalized renewal documents to be delivered by mail to their home addresses by mid-June. Only those whose permits were renewed and valid for 05-06 will receive renewal documents for 06-07. If your address has changed since last spring, be sure to notify Transportation Services directly so that your renewal document will reach you. Any unpaid parking tickets on your account must be paid before your permit can be renewed; please square your account right away. A permit renewal "preview" informational letter will be sent to the campus addresses of all employees. Please read and carefully note the information and instructions there. Any questions about permit sales and renewals may be directed to Transportation Services at 862-1010.

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May 17, 2006
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Cowell Stadium Under Water; Commencement Moved To Memorial Field On Saturday

Nearly a foot of rain has fallen in Durham since last weekend, and Cowell Stadium is under water. Saturday’s commencement will be moved across the street to Memorial Field, located between the Dairy Bar and the Whittemore Center. More >>> (05-17-06)

Ed Dupont to chair search for next UNH president

Earlier this month, Dr. Ann Weaver Hart announced her decision to accept an appointment as president of Temple University. While we all heartily congratulate President Hart on her new venture, we also reflect with appreciation on her four years at the University of New Hampshire and her fine work with this talented community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, Foundation, and many friends and supporters. More >>> (05-17-06)

UNHM 21st Commencement Celebrates More Than 325 Graduates

UNHM celebrated the achievements of more than 325 graduates at the college's 21st annual commencement proceedings May 16. The proceedings recognized undergraduate and graduate students who have earned their associate's, bachelor's or master's degree at the university’s college in Manchester. More >>> (05-17-06)

Slow Food Founder Carlo Petrini To Speak May 18

UNH, a leader in sustainability among the nation’s universities, welcomes Slow Food founder Carlo Petrini to campus for a lecture on his work. The lecture, May 18 at 4 p.m., is the public highlight of Petrini’s three-day visit to campus, hosted by the Office of Sustainability and the Office of the Provost.. More >>> (05-17-06)

New England's Economic Outlook: CT And NH Will Have Strongest Economies

The New England economy is expected to continue to grow at a slow rate through 2010. Connecticut and New Hampshire are forecast to have the strongest economies, with Connecticut leading in growth of gross state product and per capita income, and New Hampshire leading in employment growth, according to the latest New England Economic Outlook presented by Ross Gittell, the James R. Carter Professor at UNH. More >>> (05-17-06)

Historic Weekend Storm Shatters New Hampshire Rainfall Records

The rainstorm that has affected southern and central New Hampshire since Friday continues to break state rainfall records, according to New Hampshire State Climatologist David Brown at UNH. More >>> (05-17-06)

New Report Finds Water Quality Of State’s Estuaries Good But Suggests Troubling Changes Ahead

The New Hampshire Estuaries Project (NHEP) has released a comprehensive water quality report that analyzes data from a wide range of sources on key indicators of water quality such as toxic contaminants, bacteria concentrations, and nitrogen loading for New Hampshire’s estuaries. More >>> (05-17-06)

UNH Therapeutic Riding Program Seeks Volunteers For Summer Session

The UNH Therapeutic Riding Program is seeking volunteers for its Summer Session. The session begins on July 10 and ends August 16. Classes will be held Monday mornings from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Wednesday afternoons from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Time commitments are flexible and can be as little as 45 minutes, one day per week. More >>> (05-17-06)