The Newsletter of UNH Global Engagement
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Spring 2015
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The Fulbright Scholars Program

Serving Our 1,000+ International Students

UNH in the 1950s: An International Alumnus Remembers His Experience at UNH and Gives Back

Reentry Workshop: Study Abroad Alumni Benefit

With Support from the Emeriti Council, UNH Students Without Borders Make a Difference in Uganda

A UNH Manchester Student Reaps Rewards from Study Abroad

2015 Hamel Traveling Fellowhip

Alumni Find Foreign Language Skills an Advantage in the Workplace.

IA Alumni Around the World

International Alumni Around the World



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The Fulbright Scholars Program and a Look at UNH's Own Fulbrighters


William J. Murphy – Fulbright in Ireland

Drew Conroy – Fulbright in Africa

The Fulbright Scholars Program

Serving Our 1,000+ International Students

As the population of international students and scholars continues to grow, the integration of campus resources to serve them is becoming more and more vital. OISS collaborates with offices around campus, such as Dining, Housing, Campus Recreation, MUB, and ESL Institute.

Winning Photos from Spring Semester 2015 Contest

     
COMING SOON!

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The UNH International Travel Registry will be live for the summer. If you have UNH-related international travel plans, please contact Beth Kilinc for registry details.

 
  Additional Articles
Tim Allison, Director of Development, COLA, UNH (l.) and Pharpa (Phil) Ladenla (r.)

UNH in the 1950s

An International Alumnus Remembers His Experience at UNH and Gives Back


New Workshop Helps Study Abroad Alumni Adapt and Make the Most of Their Experience

The Reentry Workshop focuses on two important areas: the personal and emotional response to the reentry experience...

With Support from the Emeriti Council, UNH Students Without Borders Make a Difference in Uganda

UNH-SWB sent students to Lukodi to treat 12 wells that were contaminated...

Kellie Howard UNHM '12 in Africa

A UNH Manchester Student Reaps Rewards from Study Abroad

Due to the student demographic of the college...it is extremely important for Manchester students to consider study away opportunities.

2015 Hamel Traveling Fellowship

This year's recipient, Stephanie Kuhn ’15, plans travel to the United Kingdom.

Alumni find foreign language skills an advantage in the workplace

Read story from The College Letter.

IA Alumni Around the World

Where in the world are your fellow graduates?

International Alumni Around the World

Hear from alumni from China, Turkey, India, and South Korea.

~ Giving back—Changing lives

The Founders Fund for International Affairs was established to enable UNH undergraduate students from any major to expand their interests and career options into the international arena. Consider making a difference.
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Faculty Travel Reports

Faculty Travel Reports

CIE travel grants enable UNH faculty to pursue their professional endeavors around the world.

Nicole Fox - UN Headquarters
Sameer Honwad - Bhutan
Justus Ogembo - Italy

Spring 2015 NH International Seminar
UNH Faculty Abroad Series

Drew Conroy
Wildlife Conservation and Agricultural Development in Eastern and Southern Africa
Nicoletta Gullace
Contesting the Memory of the Great War
Sean Moore - Join us on April 16
Censorship and Freedom in Jonathan Swift's Dublin and Today's Developing World

UNH International Research

A short survey of UNH research with an international dimension.

~ About CIE

The UNH Center for International Education supports campus-wide internationalization and student, faculty and staff engagement on the international level. Center activities include:
International affairs dual major
Study abroad
Scholarship opportunities
International seminars
Faculty development  
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~ About OISS

OISS supports the internationalization goals of the university by serving as the primary resource on immigration compliance matters and by providing services to address the non-academic and transition concerns of students and scholars:
Immigration advising and visa document preparation
In-depth orientation for students and scholars
Work authorization and U.S. permanent residence applications
Educational, social and cultural programming
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