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President Outlines New Cost-Saving Steps To Address Budget Deficit
A wage freeze for employees making more than $40,000 and a proposed tuition increase are two of the latest steps being taken by the university to offset the budget shortfall.

Printing Gold: Excellence Begets Excellence; Housing, Too
Printing Services has been honored in an annual competition that highlights in-shop work.

Three Weeks Left to Swap Parking Permit
One lucky employee will park for free next year if they exchange their parking permit by May 1; the names of those who do will be entered in a drawing for the free 09-10 renewal.


Last Chance to Claim Your iPod
So far, only two winners have claimed the iPods offered by HR for taking the workplace survey conducted last month. Read what you have to do to win.

Watch here: NH Chronicle showcases Northeast Passage athletes
WMUR's New Hampshire Chronicle profiles Northeast Passage's athlete development program, which trains elite winter sport student-athletes with disabilities. http://www.wmur.com/video/19085210/index.html

Choice Hotels Named Best Performer in UNH Franchising Index in Q4 2008

Surviving Turbulent Times Focus of UNH Family Business Event April 16

Volunteers Needed to Monitor Water Quality in the Oyster River

Unmanned Antarctic Observatories Gather Space Weather Data

Democracy and Equity in Schools Topic of Next Sidore Lecture

UNH: Pavement Sealcoat A Source of Toxins in Stormwater Runoff

Forest Watch Honors Two Veteran Program Teachers With Annual Award

Making News

Fox: Pitching and Hitting (running nationally at Fox affiliates)
Ken Fuld, interim dean of the UNH College of Liberal Arts, explained to Live Science that you actually can't keep your eye on the ball if you're in the batter's box and facing a 90-100 mph fastball. "In the last few feet before the plate, the ball reaches an angular velocity that exceeds the ability of the eye to track the ball," Fuld said. "The best hitters can track the ball to within 5 or 6 feet of the plate."