Instruments may have been purchased by the department, typically to be used for both teaching and routine research applications. The division that uses the instrument for teaching purposes is in charge. A faculty member in that division should be contacted by potential users.
The Chemical Hygiene Plan should not be considered the only reference for health and safety concerns. However, this document does provide a compilation of suggested work practices, protocols and systems to work safely in University of New Hampshire laboratories.
UNH Student Life and the entire UNH Community are here to support you as you navigate remote learning, winter break, and the transition to the Spring Semester.
Here you’ll find brief descriptions of on-campus and student life services, as well as 24-hour and emergency resources.
This brief guide includes effective and evidence-based strategies to address burnout and compassion fatigue, as well as brief descriptions of the on- and off-campus services and emergency resources available to UNH faculty and staff to support you.