News & Events

  • Study Abroad Information Session 2:15 PM to 3:00 PM - MUB 330
    March 31st, 2017
    2:15 PM to 3:00 PM: Attending an info session is the first step in the study abroad planning process! At this meeting, we will explain the different types of study abroad programs available at UNH, discuss the eligibility process, talk about credit transfer, and give you tips on how to plan ahead—academically, financially and personally. This is also a great opportunity for you to ask questions. ~In order to set up a meeting with a study abroad advisor you must attended an info session~
  • Wednesday's Wildcat Friends 4:00 PM - NH Hall Gym
    April 5th, 2017
    4:00 PM: Join us every Wednesday in the NH Hall Gym! chhs-kin
  • Ethical Considerations in Suicide Prevention and Postvention Workshop 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM - UNH School of Law, Concord, NH
    April 7th, 2017
    9:00 AM to 4:30 PM: Participants will engage in discussion of ethical issues such as dignity and worth of the individual, self-determination, involuntary treatment, and assisted suicide. Case scenarios representing challenging ethical situations with suicidal individuals will be explored through group discussion. This program will examine ethical concerns related to working with clients who are dealing with suicidal thoughts and behaviors, and will encourage clinicians to be more cognizant of how their own values, experiences and belief system impact their work.Presented by: Anne Duckless, MA as well as Elaine de Mello, LICSW and Kenneth Norton, ACSW chhs-sw
  • Study Abroad Information Session 2:15 PM to 3:00 PM - MUB 330
    April 7th, 2017
    2:15 PM to 3:00 PM: Attending an info session is the first step in the study abroad planning process! At this meeting, we will explain the different types of study abroad programs available at UNH, discuss the eligibility process, talk about credit transfer, and give you tips on how to plan ahead—academically, financially and personally. This is also a great opportunity for you to ask questions. ~In order to set up a meeting with a study abroad advisor you must attended an info session~
  • UNH Celebrity Series - Robert Frost: This Verse Business 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM - Johnson Theatre
    April 7th, 2017
    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM: Drawn directly from Robert Frost's lectures, interviews, and letters, "This Verse Business" is both an illuminating portrait of the man and an entertaining distillation of one poet's body of work and his writing methods. Gordon Clapp brings Frost to life in this captivating testament to the intrinsic value of poetry and the arts. Audiences will leave moved and inspired. Perhaps the most widely read poet of the twentieth century in the United States, Robert Frost returns to the stage in A.M. Dolan's, "This Verse Business." Played by Emmy winning actor Gordon Clapp (NYPD Blue's Detective Greg Medavoy), Frost's poetry is heard afresh; and his great wit witnessed once more in Clapp's critically acclaimed performance. For fifty years, Robert Frost "barded" around the country giving "talks," performing his poems, and sharing his beliefs and "wild surmises" on religion, science, conservatives, radicals, rhyme, free-verse-whatever was on his mind. This talent for talk only added to the unprecedented fame he achieved. The first poet ever to recite at a presidential inaugural (JFK's), he quipped, "What began in obscurity is ending in a blaze of publicity." Partly based on these public appearances, "This Verse Business" not only gives us Frost, the rascally wit of the platform, but also Frost at home, the private man alluding to his family and speaking about his relationship with art. Best known as the Emmy-winning actor who charmed audiences of 12 season as Detective Greg Medavoy on NYPD Blue, for which he received an Emmy award, Gordon Clapp has enjoyed a distinguished career in television, film, and theater. In 1979, his career in film and television was launched with a leading role in the John Sayles cult hit, The Return of the Secaucus Seven. In 2005, he received a Tony nomination for his role as Dave Moss in the all-star Broadway revival of David Mamet's "Glengarry Glen Ross." Since 2008, he has been working with playwright A. M. Dolan on the play "This Verse Business," a one-man show about poet Robert Frost.

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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