News & Exhibits

Posted August 18, 2016

The Library is now hiring student workers for Fall, 2016. Apply online.

Our starting rate is $8.00 an hour. We typically offer raises to students who return to work for us each academic year.

Successful candidates should:

  • Be eligible for the Federal Work/Study program
  • Have library or related experience (retail, office, bookstore, or food service)
  • Pay close attention to detail
  • Deal effectively and courteously with the public
  • Be able to lift, reach, grasp, kneel, climb on step stools, bend, and push/pull possible heavy book carts (up to 325lbs) to move items around the various library buildings
  • Complete all pages of the application thoroughly and accurately

The UNH Library has positions for student employment in various departments within the library. In addition to Dimond Library, the main library, there are four branch libraries located on campus and a library storage building located on the edge of campus. Please visit our Student Employment page for more information.

Posted August 16, 2016

Last month, the Carsey School of Public Policy had their publications reach 100,000 downloads on the UNH Scholars’ Repository, where their 279 articles have been living for only the past four years.

The Carsey School of Public Policy at UNH conducts policy research that informs effective solutions and demonstrates how social and environmental science can be applied to real world problems. Learn more about the Carsey School.

See all of the Carsey School publications in the UNH Scholars' Repository.

The UNH Scholars’ Repository is a central location for collecting and promoting scholarship and creative work by UNH faculty, students, staff, institutes, and programs. Scholarship in the repository is indexed by search engines such as Google, making it accessible to a wide audience.

The Scholars’ Repository also provides a central location for archiving UNH scholarship for long-term access, promotes the rights of authors to control their intellectual property, and furthers the concept of Open Access to research.

To have your publications, presentations, and other scholarly or creative work added to the UNH Scholars’ Repository, contact the University Library Scholarly Communication Office.

To learn more about Open Access publishing, author copyrights, and research repositories, visit the Scholarly Communication and Open Access Library Guide.

Posted August 9, 2016

The UNH Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) and Scholarly Activity Committee has released its new Responsible Conduct of Research Library Guide.

Topics include: animal care and use, authorship and publication, collaborative research, conflicts of interest, data management, hazardous materials, human subjects, intellectual property, mentoring, misconduct, and peer review.

Each topic page in the RCR Library Guide contains:

  • Contact information for a key person at UNH
  • Information about any relevant UNH board/committee
  • A link to UNH's web-based instructional module on the topic
  • Current stories/blog posts/articles on the topic
  • A variety of resources, sorted by type: key documents, federal, UNH, academic, general, YouTube, cases, and books
  • Links to relevant articles in the PLOS Ten Simple Rules Collection

Additional topics slated to be added to the guide in the upcoming months include export controls, scientific communication, and social responsibility. If you know of a resource that you think appropriate to be added in a current topic section, please email Julie Simpson in Research Integrity Services.

The new RCR Library Guide is the latest in a series of research ethics resources developed by the RCR Committee. They include:

For more information about the RCR Library Guide or the RCR Program, please contact Julie Simpson in Research Integrity Services at (603) 862-2003.

Posted August 5, 2016

This evening, Friday, August 5, 2016 from 9:00 PM to 4:00 AM, interlibrary loan will be unavailable during server maintenance. We regret the inconvenience.

Posted July 25, 2016

The library celebrates the Summer Olympics in Rio next month with a new display of inspirational sports movies. The display will be in our multimedia room during the month of August.

Our multimedia room is located in Dimond Library on Level 2.

The display includes films such as:

Posted June 7, 2016

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We are pleased to announce that we have a new page to support our distance students. We also added a new heading to our main navigation and a Community landing page to bring the audience pages together.

The pages For Faculty, For Graduate Students, For Alumni, For Visitors, and the new page For Distance Students can all be found under the new Community heading on the Library home page.

Posted June 6, 2016

June 8th is World Oceans Day, and to celebrate we have a display in our Multimedia Room (located in Dimond Library, Level 2) filled with ocean themed movies for you to enjoy.

The display includes films such as:

The items in this display are available to borrow, and the display will remain up through the summer semester. You can learn more about the inspiration for this display by visiting the World Oceans Day website.

Posted June 6, 2016

Visit our Multimedia Room (located in Dimond Library, Level 2) to see our large display of films to inspire your summer adventures.

Take a hike

Grow a garden

Attend a summer concert or music festival

Go fishing

Take a road trip

Enjoy the great outdoors

Go to a farmers market

The items in this display are available to borrow, and the display will remain up through the summer semester.

Posted May 26, 2016

The University of New Hampshire Library is seeking a creative, enthusiastic, and resourceful librarian to join our growing team, and we welcome candidates to apply for the newly created term (3-year contract) position of First-Year Instruction Librarian.

Working closely with the Instruction Librarian, the First-Year Instruction Librarian will play a significant strategic and operational role in evolving the Library’s general instruction program, specifically with regard to providing foundational level information literacy and research skills to first-year students, including those in first-year English composition courses. The librarian will also assist subject librarians to deliver instruction for other first-year undergraduate courses and programs across the university; design, develop, and implement alternatives to face-to-face instruction; and serve on Dimond Library’s general reference desk.

Reporting to the Dean of the University Library through the department chair, this is a three-year term, 80%-time, benefits-eligible, non-tenure track faculty position.

The University of New Hampshire is a major research institution, providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate programs and graduate programs of distinction. UNH is located in Durham on a 188-acre campus, 60 miles north of Boston and 8 miles from the Atlantic coast, and is convenient to New Hampshire’s lakes and mountains. There is a student enrollment of over 15,000 students, with a full-time faculty of over 600, offering 90 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate programs.

The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The university prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. Application by members of all underrepresented groups is encouraged.

For a full job description and application process please visit USNH Employment. Applications will be reviewed starting May 25, 2016, and will continue until the position is filled.