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Library now hiring for Summer 2013

April 29, 2013

The Library is now has completed hiring for summer, 2013.

Our starting rate is $7.25 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 (up to 325lbs) book carts 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 outskirts of campus.

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Participants needed for web usability testing

April 18, 2013

*** All sessions are currently full for May 3 usability testing. Please email Cliff if you're interested in participating in the next round of testing. ***

The Library is doing a usability test of a web site on the morning of Friday, May 3, 2013 and we need a few participants. It will take about an hour of your time in Dimond Library.

For your participation, you will receive a Dining Services card with a value of $15, good at any Dining location on campus, or a USB flash drive.

If you’re interested and available, send an email to Cliff.Poulin@unh.edu or use his contact form.

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Library hours for today, March 8

March 8, 2013

The University has curtailed operations for today, March 8, as of 7:45am. However, Dimond Library will be open as scheduled from 7:30am until 5:30pm with limited services.

The Engineering, Math & Computer Science Library in Kingsbury Hall will be open until noon (maybe later). The Biological Sciences, Chemistry, and Physics Libraries are closed.

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Delayed opening Sunday, February 24 due to weather

February 23, 2013

Due to the projected storm, the UNH Library will have a delayed opening on Sunday, February 24.

Dependent on weather conditions, we expect that Dimond Library will be open from 2pm until 2am, Chemistry and Physics from 2pm until 10pm, and Engineering, Math, & CS from 2pm until 5pm.

Please check the online hours for updates.

Missing Phi Beta Kappa Society Charter Found in Murkland Basement

February 21, 2013

When the heating system in Murkland Hall failed in late January causing water damage to various parts of the building, it’s likely there wasn’t much thought given to the upside. Turns out there was one, though.

Cleanup efforts uncovered the original charter of UNH’s Phi Beta Kappa Society, issued in December 1952.

Linda Johnson, government information librarian, discovered back in 2010 that the charter was missing. Now discovered, the document is being restored by Bill Ross, the head of the Milne Special Collections and Archives. He hopes to reverse some of the damage to the document, which will be displayed once a year when the honor society inducts new members.

The rest of the article can be found on the Campus Journal website.

Presidents Make History: Movies on Display in Dimond Library Multimedia

February 12, 2013

Films of history, humor, and sheer entertainment are included in the current Multimedia display of movies about the Presidents of the United States. We have put together a collection of films that reflect how our presidents have shaped the history of our nation. Included are the PBS American Experience Presidents Collection of documentaries which give you a look into the lives of many of the men who have led our nation. You will also find entertaining feature films about presidential scandals in All the President's Men, romance in the White House in The American President, and even comedies like Primary Colors.

Visit the UNH Library Multimedia Center on the second floor of Dimond Library to borrow these and many more films.

In addition we have access to numerous streaming movies through Alexander Street Press American History in Video. These on-line resources are available to UNH students, faculty, and staff as well as on-site visitors. Here are just a few of the titles available through American History in Video related to United States presidents:

Traditional Jazz Series presents The Sofferman Perspective Featuring George Garzone, February 25

February 12, 2013

The UNH Traditional Jazz Series presents The Sofferman Perspective featuring George Garzone on saxophone on Monday, February 25 at 8pm in the Johnson Theater at the Paul Creative Arts Center.

Tickets are $8 for general admission and $6 for students and senior citizens. Tickets are available at the PCAC box office, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., by calling (603) 862-PCAC (7222), by purchasing tickets online, and at the door one hour prior to performance.

Drummer/composer Brooke Sofferman has been performing throughout the East coast for the past twenty years in a vast array of musical situations. Originally from Colchester, Vermont, Brook moved to Boston to attend the New England Conservatory of Music.

Saxophonist George Garzone is a member of The Fringe, a jazz trio founded in 1972 that includes bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti. The group has released three albums. A veteran jazzman, Garzone has appeared on over 20 recordings. Garzone is well-known as a sought-after jazz educator, currently teaching at the Berklee College of Music. He pioneered the triadic chromatic approach and students of his have included Joshua Redman, Branford Marsalis, Teadross Avery, Luciana Souza, Mark Turner, Donny McCaslin, Doug Yates and Danilo Perez, to name a few.

For more information, call the UNH Music Department at (603) 862-2404.

NH Authors Series presents Willem Lange on April 14

February 5, 2013

Willem Lange

Join humorist Rebecca Rule on Sunday, April 14 at 2pm in Dimond Library when she interviews author Willem Lange.

The program is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. To register, please use our online form.

Willem Lange is the well-known New Hampshire Public Television host of the award-winning program, Windows to the Wild. He is also the author of nine books, which range from essays to novels to children's books. His most recent book, A Dream of Dragons, is a modern Norse saga written in blank verse. It is illustrated with especially commissioned woodcuts by Vermont artist and Celdecott medalist Mary Azarian.

Light refreshments will be served and Lange will be available to sign his books. The event includes an opportunity for questions from the audience and will be recorded by New Hampshire Public Television for broadcast and web streaming.

Three times a year, in the style of Bravo's Inside the Actors Studio, Rebecca Rule serves as host and interviewer for The New Hampshire Authors Series from the Dimond Library at UNH. It features an author who lives, summers, teaches or was born in New Hampshire.

For more information, e-mail nh.authors@unh.edu or call (603) 862-1540.

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