UNH public affairs office thins ranks to modernize
Erika Mantz, UNH director of media relations, said Friday that the changes are part of an ongoing effort to get the school up to date in the world of communications. It could mean as many as a dozen reorganized positions once the process is completed this summer, Mantz said.
“We needed people with the skill sets that match the work,” Mantz said.
Mantz said reorganization has been going on since late March and more than half of the staff has been placed in new positions. The restructuring continues into the summer and UNH expects a combination of layoffs and early retirements totaling as many as 12.
“Quality doesn’t matter if no one knows about it. For too long, UNH failed to tell its own story effectively,” Huddleston said. “We can no longer be content to be an undiscovered gem and a well kept secret.”
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