New Faculty Orientation

new UNH faculty at orientation

Welcome to the University of New Hampshire! 
We are a community of scholars dedicated to excellent teaching and student learning, research and innovation, and engagement with external partners to address major societal challenges. 


 

Wecome to UNH.

We're revamping New Faculty Orientation to give you options as well as information. See the "Safety" sidebar for more information. Soon, new faculty will have an opportunity to re-RSVP based on this new information.

New Faculty Orientation is a schedule of informational, interactive, and social activities to help you launch your career and introduce you to our University. You will meet new colleagues, hear from UNH faculty and staff, and enjoy opportunities to engage and ask questions.

In addition, you'll meet key contacts with information on resources, benefits, and supports to help guide you in the coming months and years.

Watch this three minute video about the Office of Engagement and Faculty Development.

SIX steps to consider before arriving on campus on August 24th:

 

Academic Technology promotes and supports the collaborative application of educational and instructional technology to teaching, learning and digital communication for the University.  This course provides essentials for connecting, teaching, and developing your skills with technology at UNH.

  • 5. Fill out parking permit application

UNH-Durham Form and Info

UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law info

UNH-Manchester form and Info

No parking permit? Print this dashboard parking permit to park in UNH-Durham faculty/staff parking lots during New Faculty Orientation.
Campus Map

 

Provost's invitation to register

Faculty Resource Guide

Welcome new faculty

2020 - 2021
New Faculty Orientation

Monday and Tuesday,
August 24 – 25
Register

The first of many faculty development programs and academies designed to introduce you to UNH, build your scholarly life, and support your long term career success.

 

Safety

Steps we're taking toward
a safer workshop environment

  • A larger room to allow physical distancing
  • Concurrent sessions allowing attendance in person or via Zoom
  • Condensed agenda to reduce time spent face-to-face
  • A virtual Resource Fair
  • Expert moderated New Faculty Forum for your Q&A (via myCourses Discussions)
  • Most workshop materials available in myCourses

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