UNH PAT Council News
News items from the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Professional, Administrative and Technical (PAT) Council Website.
2013 PAT Election Winners
Application deadline is Dec. 1, 2010, maximum award $750
We are now looking at the challenging prospect of having to purchase and distribute food baskets for the spring season.
SAVE THE DATE - Wednesday, June 2 @ 12pm, UNH and Durham will celebrate 'Walk NH Week 2010' with a 3-mile walk around the UNH campus and the town of Durham.
Apply for a scholarship to attend 2010-2011 HERS Management Institute for Women in Higher Education at Wellesley College.
Get Healthy UNH! Let's Celebrate National Public Health Week!
USNH Health & Wellness and UNH Human Resources is sponsoring another Weight Watchers at Work program. This program is open to all employees.
Align RCM incentives with institutional goals
An independent study of USNH study of compensation and benefits released March 2010.
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Browse the one day seminars and short Certificate Programs each semester. Upcoming conferences: Office Professional -April 29,2010; Social Networking -May 5, 2010; Competing in the Green Marketplace -May 21, 2010. Check website below for more info.
Notes from Healthy UNH meetings on 11/10/09 & 02/04/10
The next application for deadline for the UNH Staff Professional Development Grant is March 1, 2010 with a maximum award of $750.
The Cornucopia Food Pantry will be accepting donations of food and money on Wednesday, December 16th. Checks can be made payable to the Cornucopia Food Pantry, and all donations are tax deductible.
Good news... our University System is moving in a progressive direction regarding telework, otherwise known as telecommuting.
The Community Leadership Program at the UNH Thompson School of Applied Science is partnering with the Cornucopia Food Pantry to provide food baskets during the Thanksgiving season. We are committed to providing baskets to all those who need and request them. This season, we are looking at the challenging prospect of organizing and distributing over 150 baskets. We will be organizing food baskets for the winter holidays as well, and expect the same need. We would appreciate any donations that will help us to reach this goal. We are including a donation form to fill out, and a list of suggested items to be included in a food basket. If you can help, we will need food or monetary donations on Monday, November 23rd. Checks can be made payable to the Cornucopia Food Pantry, and all donations are tax deductible.
Below is an announcement for an upcoming professional development workshop right here on campus. It is open to all community members (we’ll be forwarding the invite on to the OS and EE Councils to share as well as the Faculty Senate).
Given that many of us are under stress due to increased workload yet reduced resources and support, the Professional Development Committee of the PAT Council is working to put together a workshop (or possibly series of workshops) that will provide ideas and tips about time management so that we can get more done (hopefully in the same amount of time!). Some of their ideas for topics include managing your email inbox, project management and delegation but because they want to meet the needs of our staff, they would like YOUR input.
Please find attached information regarding the UNH Employee Fitness Program (EFP) for the AY 2009-2010. The EFP has successfully performed over 1,600 fitness and graded exercises tests on UNH benefits-eligible faculty and staff. If you are interested in being a part of the UNH Employee Fitness Program, please fax the attached form to the Kinesiology office at 862-0154 or mail it to EFP, New Hampshire Hall by October 2.
Sharpen your professional skills with One-day Seminars and short-term Certificate Programs offered by UNH Professional Development and Training