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UNH Makes Princeton Review Green College Guide Again

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04.21.14

Once again, UNH has been included in “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 332 Green Colleges: 2014 Edition," a free, downloadable book saluting colleges that have demonstrated a strong commitment to the environment and to sustainability. UNH first made the list in 2008. 

Download the guide here

J. William Harris Named to the Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair

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02.03.14

J. William Harris, professor of history, has been named to the Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair at the Roosevelt Study Center (RSC) in the Netherlands for next year.  He will be in residence there for one semester.

Rachel Trubowitz, President of Milton Society of America, to Give Annual Address

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09.16.13

Rachel Trubowitz, professor of English and president of the Milton Society of America, will be giving an address at the society’s annual meeting this January in Chicago.

Bill Stine, Guest Editor for “Frontiers in Perception”

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09.16.13

Bill Stine, associate professor of psychology, has been named a guest editor for the “Frontiers in Perception” research topic "the Venetian blind effect and early stereopsis." More information: http://www.frontiersin.org/perception_science/researchtopics/The_Venetian_blind_effect_and_/1174

Adjunct English/Journalism Professor to Publish First Novel

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09.16.13

David Cataneo, adjunct professor of English/journalism, will publish his first novel “Eggplant Alley,” this fall. More information: http://www.amazon.com/Eggplant-Alley-D-M-Cataneo/dp/1593731469.

UNH Manchester’s Ginger Lever Appointed to State Advisory Council for Civil Rights

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08.14.13

Ginger Hobbs Lever, director of community relations and events at UNH Manchester, has been appointed to the NH State Advisory Council for the US Commission for Civil Rights. The committees “investigate, receive reports, suggestions and recommendations from individuals, public and private organizations, and public officials, and forward reports, advice and recommendations to the Commission. Members of State Advisory Committees serve without compensation.”

Richard Haynes' Painting Selected By CASA NH

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07.03.13

A painting by artist Richard Haynes, associate director of Admissions-Diversity, has been selected to serve as a communication piece for CASA of New Hampshire. 

Christina Ortmeier-Hooper ELL Writer Book Released

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05.02.13

“The ELL Writer, Moving Beyond Basics in the Secondary Classroom” by Christina Ortmeier-Hooper, assistant professor of English, was released in April 2013. 

This resource for secondary school ELA and ELL teachers brings together compelling insights into student experiences, current research, and strategies for building an inclusive writing curriculum. The ELL Writer expands the current conversation on the literacy needs of adolescent English learners by focusing on their writing approaches, their texts, and their needs as student writers.

Brigitte Bailey Co-edits Collection on Margaret Fuller

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05.02.13

“Margaret Fuller and Her Circles” co-edited by Brigitte Bailey, associate professor of English, was released earlier this year.

Hmong Americans Book Co-edited by Monica Chiu

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05.02.13

“Diversity in Diaspora: Hmong Americans in the Twenty-First Century” edited by Monica Chiu, UNH associate professor of English, Mark Edward Pfeifer, Kou Yang was recently released. 

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