The library will remain open 24/7 through finals. We will be closing at 5:30 PM on Saturday, December 17, and will return to regular hours.
November 28 – December 16 visit the University Museum (Dimond, level 1) to explore the history of horses and the equine program at UNH.
The Library is subscribed to the DynaMed Plus database trial. DynaMed Plus give students access to clinical reference tools written by physicians.
The UNH Library welcomes five new faculty librarians, Megan Bresnahan, Eugenia Liu, Wendy Jo Girven, Benjamin Peck, and Hannah Hamalainen.
UNH Celebrates 150 Years of Learning In and Beyond the Classroom
Sponsored by the UNH Library, in conjunction with the University of New Hampshire’s Celebrate 150, this series of six lectures will feature members of the University community – faculty, emeriti, and alums – who explore its rich heritage of fostering inquiry in the classroom and beyond. Presentations will explore this culture of learning across the curriculum and are intended to be thought provoking and engaging.
All ED Talks will take place from 4:00 to 5:30 P.M. in the Milne Special Collections & Archives, Dimond Library, Level One.
Refreshments will be served.
Professor Erik Swartz (Kinesiology)
When: September 29, 2016
“Reducing Head Impacts in American Football: The HuTT® Helmetless Tackling Training Technique”
Professor Meghan Howey (Anthropology)
When: October 26, 2016
“Using Geospatial Technologies to Create Better Understanding of Ancient Sites”
Professor Emeritus Arthur Borror (Biology)
When: November 30, 2016
“Students Getting their Feet Wet and their Vision Widened”
Rebecca Rule (Writer/Humorist)
When: February 22, 2017
“Writing With the Dons: Donald Graves and Donald Murray, My Life as a Writer”
Professor Neil Niman (Associate Dean of Academic Programs, Paul College, Economics)
When: March 29, 2017
“Pokémon Go: A Harbinger for the Future of Higher Education?”
Professor Nancy Kinner (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
When: April 26, 2017
“Ready, Set, Go! Preparing Engineering Students for the Work Place”
Open Access means making research available online, free of charge, with as few restrictions as possible. Check out our series of 20-minute presentations on a variety of “open” topics during Open Access Week, the last week of October.
Celebrate Halloween with us by borrowing a scary film from the Multimedia Center (Dimond, level 2) during the month of October.
The Library has two new databases available:
Statista: The Statistics Portal
A statistics portal that integrates thousands of diverse topics of data and facts from a wide range of sources onto a single platform. Categorized into market sectors, Statista provides quantitative facts on agriculture, finance, politics, and additional areas of interest. Sources of information include market researchers, trade publications, scientific journals, and government databases.
Morningstar Investment Research Center
A comprehensive stock database that includes financial data on companies traded on the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ®, and the American Stock Exchange; in-depth research reports on companies; data on mutual, closed-end, and exchange-traded funds; analysts' reports on funds; exclusive investment tools and engaging educational features, including interactive training on basic and advanced stock, fund, and portfolio techniques.
We are pleased to welcome five new faculty librarians to the UNH Library: Megan Bresnahan, Wendy Jo Girven, Hannah Hamalainen, Eugenia Liu, and Benjamin Peck.
Her research focuses on emerging services for scholarly communication and research data management in libraries and developing practical learning opportunities to help subject librarians provide support in these areas. She is the co-director of the DataQ Project and a member of the New England E-Science Program Advisory Board.
Visit Megan's profile for contact information.
Wendy Jo Girven
Prior to joining UNH, Wendy Jo was the Director of Library Services at Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, ME. Wendy Jo holds an MS in Library Science from Clarion University of Pennsylvania and an MS in International Logistics Management from Maine Maritime Academy. She received her undergraduate degrees from Penn State University.
Visit Wendy Jo's profile for contact information.
Previous to that she worked at the United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Library and the RTP Environmental Protection Agency Library and was a rural newspaper reporter in North Carolina. She is currently the VP/Pres-Elect of the Geoscience Information Society. Originally from southern Maine—after 15 years away—she is glad to be back home!
Visit Hannah's profile for contact information.
Visit Eugenia's profile for contact information.
Ben earned a bachelor’s degree in Music from Bates College and a Master’s Degree in Library Science from Indiana University.
Visit Ben's profile for contact information.