News & Events

  • 2nd Annual Be BRAVE Gala! 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM - to be determined
    September 10th, 2017
    5:00 PM to 9:00 PM: The 2nd Annaul "Be BRAVE Gala" will be an evening of classical and contemporary dance, live music, and martial arts. Spearheading this event is Lissa Curtis who is a UNH alumni, professional ballerina, and rape survivor. She went to Romania in 2014 to the World Ballet Competition and was raped by her coach for ten days. She started the "Be Brave" campaign to encourage victims to come out of silence and fight for justice. For more on her story visit www.lissacurtis.com. The cast will include performances by Lissa Curtis, and many other special guests.Last year this event raised $23,000 for UNH SHARPP, and other crisis centers in NH. Sponsored by UNH SHARPP and the The University of New Hampshire Theatre and Dance Department.Details to come! #bebravegala
  • "Stop Street Harassment" founder, Holly Kearl comes to UNH! All day event - TBD
    September 20th, 2017
    All day event: SAVE the DATE! UNH SHARPP proudly presents "Stop Street Harassment" founder, Holly Kearl to UNH! Join us for a day of events as we discuss the impact of street harassment and find out how YOU CAN HELP stop it at UNH.part of our "Wildcats Stop Street Harassment" campaign. Check back for more details.sponsored by the UNH Women's Studies Program
  • 2017 Black New England Conference All day event - TBA
    October 20th, 2017
    All day event: The Science and Engineering of Race: Living Through the Archives October 20-21, 2017 Times and Location TBA
  • 2017 Black New England Conference All day event - TBA
    October 21st, 2017
    All day event: The Science and Engineering of Race: Living Through the Archives October 20-21, 2017 Times and Location TBA
  • 2018 Study Abroad Fair 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM - MUB Granite State Room
    February 1st, 2018
    11:00 AM to 2:00 PM: Ask questions, get answers, plan your study abroad experience. Choose from 500+ programs in over 65 countries. Sponsored by UNH Center for International Education and Global Engagement.

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What Does Community Mean to You?

planning cycle: ideas, vision, think, create

The Community Task Force, comprising students, faculty and staff from all three campuses,  developed community conversations using the theme “Conversations at the Crossroads: Critical Thinking and Critical Caring for Our Community.” These conversations asked us all to consider the question: What can we do together to sustain a robust learning community that is safe, inclusive and equitable for all? 

Read the Report and Key Findings

UNH Today sat down with Jaime Nolan to find out more and learn what comes next.

"We’re going to take what we’ve learned and create an action plan — a meaningful action plan that has lines of accountability. We’re moving into phase two for the task force, which will be charged with doing this through the spring and summer. The action plan will guide our execution of the important work to come. We’ll begin implementation in the fall."   Read the article