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President Proactive on Budget: Announces No Raises for Senior Administrators
President Mark Huddleston has taken the first step toward minimizing the possibility of layoffs and furloughs by eliminating pay raises for senior administrators this year.

Good Times Can Still Be Had in Hard Times
If the economy has you cutting back on entertainment, check out the free events going on around campus. The new PCAC Web site provides monthly listings.

Join the RecycleMania Challenge
UNH is up against more than 500 schools to see whose campus will be crowned top recycler. Do your part and help UNH win.

Bare Walls Now Adorned with MFA Students' Artwork
The hallway outside the graduate office now displays paintings and etchings done by some of the students in the art MFA program. Check out the artwork the next time you're in T-Hall.

Astronomy Year with Lecture Series Launching March 7

Faculty Reach Across Disciplines to Gauge Student Fitness

Governance in a Family Business Topic of UNH Forum March 11

New Information Available on Eastern Equine Encephalitis and Mosquito Control

Register for Stonyfield Farm Entrepreneurship Institute by April 1

Economist Recommends Changes to Financial Sector at National Conference

Ethnobotanist Paul Alan Cox Unravels Medical Mysteries March 12

Professor's New Book Awarded Prestigious J.B. Jackson Prize

Military Mental Health Worker Headlines Social Work Event March 25

Faculty Excellence: The Jean Brierley Award for Excellence in Teaching


Making News

Washington Times:  Economy affecting sleep, poll finds

The University of New Hampshire, meanwhile, has identified a distinct "post-downsizing stress syndrome" among those who have managed to keep their jobs in a time of widespread layoffs. Among other distressing things, the symptoms include trouble concentrating, irritability with fellow workers, feelings of mistrust and hopelessness, said Barry Shore, professor of "decision sciences" at the campus's business school.