Non-Employee Travel

Expenses on behalf of non-employees, such as spouses, may not be claimed as travel expenses except where the expenses are specifically approved and documented as having been necessary while serving in an official business capacity of the University System of New Hampshire.

Travel expenses for prospective employees, students, lecturers and other guests who are not currently on the USNH payroll (regardless of whether it is in-state, out-of-state, or foreign travel) should be submitted on a Non-Employee Travel Expense Form and processed through the campus travel manager. Please use account code 710400.

Please note: Vendor codes are not required to be established for the travel reimbursements of non-employee travel or students. The document must be completed, signed and forwarded with ORIGINAL itemized/detailed receipts attached to the Disbursements office for entry and processing.

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In her introductory remarks for her first Faculty Day on August 23, 2006, President Steen said, “PSU’s future is something we’ll shape together.” What follows are just some of the many initiatives launched and nurtured during her presidency, as told by the people who worked with her to shape them.

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Student Spotlight: Mae Williams ’14G A Twenty-first-century Preservationist

When Mae Williams ’14G enrolled in the Master of Arts in Historic Preservation program in the fall of 2012, she was drawn to the strength of a program in which, she says, “The professors are not academics locked away amidst a pile of books, but are actually out in the field on a daily basis, […]

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As American students and workers fall behind their counterparts around the world in the science and technology fields, educators and policy makers have stressed the importance of strengthening our attention to STEM—science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Exhibition curator Sarah Garlick writes about the connections between earth science, adventure, and the process of learning STEM in […]