President Mark Huddleston on Salary Increase for Non-Union Employees
The USNH Board of Trustees voted at its June 24, 2010, meeting to approve a 2 percent across-the-board salary increase for all eligible status employees.
emphasis on safety has led to the installation of additional automated external
defibrillators (AEDs) at the university. The computerized AEDs can recognize
a heart rhythm that needs a shock to return it to normal.
Smith Goes to Washington to Hear First Father
There was a little preaching to the choir when President Barack Obama made his day-after Father's Day speech in Washington, D.C., last month and Malcolm Smith was happy to be part of that choir. The family scientist knows the importance of the male influence in families; he studies both.
Separation Incentive Program for Staff and Non-Tenure Track Faculty Offers Two End Dates
employees can choose to retire either Jan. 7, 2011, or June 25, 2011, if they
decide to take advantage of the Separation Incentive Program being offered
by the university.
James Hall Granted LEED Gold Certification
Successful Fine Art Fundraising Auction Supports Artists and The Museum of Art
New Uses for New England Center Furnishings
USNH Sets Cost of Attendance at Institutions; Approves Financial Aid Increase
UNH Statement on NTIA Broadband Grant
Institute on Disability Seeks Artists for its 2011 Calendar
Promotion and/or Tenure Approved
NH SBDC Expands Assistance to Entrepreneurs with Launch of Free Business Financing Course
FoodServiceDirector.com Profile: Jon Plodzik: Chasing the "Wow"
New Book Details Best Practices of UNH's Teacher Preparation Program
EcoGastronomy Scholar Addresses Food, Farming in Formerly Fertile Crescent July 13
Leading International Conference On Family Violence July 11 - July 13