Faculty and Staff Who Contribute to the Internationalization of UNH Recognized

Faculty and Staff Who Contribute to the Internationalization of UNH Recognized

Friday, November 08, 2013

UNH is proud to recognize the achievements of Jack Resch, Marisa Forti, Paul Tsang, and Beth Rascoe Kılinç. These talented faculty and staff members are a few of the many who have contributed to the internationalization of UNH.

John Resch

John Resch

Marisa Forti

Marisa Forti

Resch is the history program coordinator and a professor at UNH Manchester. He was honored with the President's Award by the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire (WACNH). Read more about this honor here.

Forti is an academic counselor in the Academic Counseling Office and coordinator of both the College Transition Program and Study Away programs at UNH Manchester. She was honored with a Staff Excellence award. Read more here.

Tsang is a professor of molecular, cellular, and biomedical sciences at UNH and has been here for 24 years. His dedication to his students is just one reason his colleagues nominated him for the 2013 Outstanding Advisor Award from the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA) at UNH (read more here).

Since fall of 2010, Tsang has served as director of the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research, in addition to continuing as professor, and academic and research advisor, and a member of the COLSA Undergraduate Research Conference Committee.

Paul Tsang

Paul Tsang

Beth Rascoe Kılinç

Beth Rascoe Kılinç

Rascoe Kılinç, administrative director of study abroad in the Center for International Education, received the UNH Staff Presidential Award of Excellence. She has worked tirelessly on international partnerships, study abroad programs development, and international risk management. Rascoe Kılinç participated in panels for internationalizing UNH, and as a result, UNH now has an international travel assistance and insurance program in place and an international travel registry will be rolled out soon.

First published in the International Educator, the newsletter of UNH global engagement.http://unh.edu/cie/newsletter/index.html