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October Will Be Sick Pool Conversion Month
Starting next month, October instead of May will become the period when operating staff will be able to convert earned time to sick pool time.


Astronomer to Head Institute for Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space
The new EOS director is bringing with him six projects from NASA and the NSF whose funding totals more than $55 million.

USNH Chancellor Announces Budget Reductions
The system office will reduce 10 of its 96 full-time equivalent positions during the next several months through a reduction in force and elimination of vacant positions.

The BIG Tai Chi
Health is the topic of this year's Discovery Program and the aim of Tuesday's tai chi class on the lawn at T Hall.

The Benefit of Knowing – WISE Up

President's Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities Committee

UNH Receives National Campus Sustainability Leadership Award

Andrew Rosenberg to Advise U.S. President's Council on Environmental Quality

Professor's Book Explores Contemporary Life in Honduras

UNH Gets High Marks for Its Retention Efforts

English Department Presents Writers Series

Staff Excellence - Presidential Award of Excellence

Saul O Sidore Lecture Series at UNH Manchester Oct. 8

Assistant Professor Travels to Ireland with Help from CIE


Making News

Christian Science Monitor: Obama's ocean task force releases report
“We have been managing bits and pieces of the ocean for a long time, but while some good has been done on pollution and resource management, it hasn’t been sufficient.” says Andrew Rosenberg, professor of natural resources at the University of New Hampshire and an adviser to the president’s ocean task force.

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