It has been an exciting six years as director of CIE, beginning only weeks before the terrorist attacks of September 11th.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program has named a UNH undergraduate, a graduate student and a recent alumnus recipients of its prestigious national scholarships.
International Opportunities: Latin America
In fall 2006, Derek Hubbard journeyed to Costa Rica, the destination he chose to meet his International Affairs (IA) dual major study abroad requirement.
Alternative spring break in Nicaragua
One of the best experiences a university can provide is giving students an opportunity to expand their horizons, whether through engaging class discussions or study abroad.
Three experiences in Chile
International Affairs (IA) dual majors and New Hampshire residents Nicolas Tanner '07 and Alex LeBaron '07 both spent fall 2006 studying in Chile.
Amy Fowler '05: Fulbright Report from New Zealand
Amy Fowler, recent UNH graduate from Collierville, TN, is spending the current academic year on a Fulbright grant conducting biological research in Leigh, New Zealand.
Liptack and Burrows: UNH friends pursue school and careers in international education
Amy Burrows and Lorien Liptack became friends at UNH during their time together as dual majors in International Affairs and Spanish. When both enrolled in graduate programs at the School for International Training in Brattleboro, VT, they were once again drawn together by a common interest in international education.
IA alumni: Where in the world is...?
Find out what Sarah Hewitt ('01), Eileen Connors ('02), and Jonathan Baumgart ('04) have been up to.
Richard England ~ Japan
In summer 2006, Professor England traveled to Kyoto, Japan, where he participated in the Third World Conference of Environmental and Resource Economists.
Marla Brettschneider ~ Israel
Professor Marla Brettschneider traveled to Israel last summer to participate in World Pride, the 2nd of such international GLBT Pride events, and to give three talks on her work related to multiracial, adoptive, queer, Jewish families.
Barbara Cooper ~ France
Professor Cooper went to Paris, France, last summer to participate in a conference on nineteenth-century French drama criticism.
Carolyn White ~ Italy
Professor White presented a paper at the 6th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, & Change in Organisations last summer in Prato, Italy.
Paul & Aya Matsuda ~ Japan
Professors Matsuda traveled to Japan in October to participate in the 12th Annual Convention of the International Association for World Englishes held at Chukyo University in Nagoya.
Elizabeth Boulton ~ Switzerland
Professor Elizabeth Boulton traveled to Switzerland in January 2007 to conduct research on the potential for laser equine dental surgery.
Per Berglund ~ Germany
Professor Per Berglund traveled to Germany in February 2007 to participate in a theoretical physics workshop on Generalized Geometry and Flux Compactifications, held at DESY in Hamburg.
Carol Fisher ~ England
Carol Fisher traveled to England in March 2007 to observe and participate in the Creative Learning program at the Lyric Theater in London.
Gene Harkless ~ Norway
Professor Gene Harkless traveled to Norway recently to continue collaborative work on improving long-term elderly care.
Nancy Lukens ~ Germany & Switzerland
Professor Lukens was invited to lecture by the Adam von Trott Foundation of Bebra in Germany and conducted interviews in both Germany and Switzerland last summer.
Sheila McNamee ~ Brazil
Professor McNamee has been working with colleagues in Brazil to develop a collaborative education program for training health care professionals.