Facts and Figures
IA alumni live in and work throughout the 50 states and many countries around the world. Since 1985, almost 800 students have completed the IA Dual Major. From the beginning, the Center for International Education has prioritized staying in touch with its alumni, particularly its IA Dual Majors. Even so, we occasionally lose touch with some; if you are in contact with anyone on this list, we hope that you will encourage them to contact us. And please bring us up to date on your life by completing a simple online IA/Study Abroad Alumni Form and click the map or list to see where IA alumni are making a difference around the world. A great way to keep your connection alive with UNH alumni interested in global issues is to join the UNH International Affairs Alumni group on LinkedIn and Facebook.
Connections and Opportunities
One of the many important aspects of the International Affairs (IA) program is the invaluable connection to its alumni. Successful alumni provide future generations of students with knowledge, expertise and inspiration. This is evidenced by the diverse collection of alumni profiles. These success stories allow us to learn about the professional lives of IA graduates in important fields including business, education, communications, politics, international relations, sports and science. Please add to this remarkable portfolio by adding your success story.
Since 1985, alumni have stayed connected with CIE and given back to UNH. There are numerous opportunities to stay involved after you graduate. The UNH Alumni Association coordinates a variety of alumni groups, events and programs. Alumni interested in supporting the IA program can give back to the institution by endowing student scholarships or various other areas of critical importance. Alumni can also come back to campus to share their skills, experience and career journey with interested students.
Happy Returns ~ IA Alumni Back on Campus
With support from a Class of 1954 Academic Enrichment Fund, CIE has established the Happy Returns program to bring International Affairs alumni from the various schools and colleges back to campus to discuss their work, academic preparation, and their career paths with students and others in the university community. Click here to learn more about this exciting opportunity.
Between 2008–2010, the Center for International Education organized some delightful alumni gatherings in the prominent cities of Boston, New York and Washington DC. The pinnacle event took place in NH, where day long celebrations occurred in Durham at Homecoming and an evening reception at the 100 Club in Portsmouth. Take some time to enjoy slideshows of the festivities, and be in touch with us about planning a future gathering.
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