November 18, 2011: CI-UNH calls for participation in Chinese New Year Celebration to be held on Jan. 26, 2012 SEE DATE CHANGE ANNOUNCEMENT ABOVE
Chinese language students from school districts in NH with Chinese language programs are invited to perform.
Held in early December, this contest is open to all 1st year and 2nd year Chinese language students from 4th grade to college.
Former CI-UNH student Joshua Richards has started teaching English at CDU (Chengdu University) this fall.
This contest is open to all NH students, teachers, and community members. Submissions may be made now through January 22.
At today's UNH Study Abroad Fair, CI-UNH Co-Director Wang announces plans for study abroad in Chengdu, China.
The inaugural class of UNH students goes to China.
CI-UNH welcomes three new faculty members from UNH’s partner school in China, Chengdu University.
The University of New Hampshire at Manchester announced in June that the urban campus will offer Chinese language courses during the 2011-2012 school year under the auspices of the Confucius Institute.
CI-UNH announces its summer scholarship program in Chengdu, China. Students interested are encouraged to attend an informal information session on Friday, April 1, in Murkland G14 at 2:00 PM; Tuesday, April 5, in Murkland G14 at 2:00 PM; OR Thursday, April 7, in Murkland G14 at 2:00 PM.
The Chinese language class at Portsmouth High School in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, celebrated the Chinese Lantern Festival.
Wildcat Statue is UNH’s gift to Hanban.
Cameras snapped all week and with good reason—the Chinese performers, all six of them, were amazing. And they were real troupers. Landing in Boston on Sunday night, October 24, at 9 p.m., they performed the next day at 9:45 a.m. in Manchester at Central High School.
UNH celebrated the opening of the state’s only Confucius Institute Tuesday, welcoming Chinese dignitaries and Chengdu University officials to campus with a presentation of Chinese arts and culture.
The University of New Hampshire and Chinese officials will celebrate the opening of the state’s only Confucius Institute Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010, at 10:30 a.m. in the Strafford Room of the Memorial Union Building.
UNH hosts fifteen deans from the Chinese Chengdu University from October 18 through 29.
The University of New Hampshire and Chinese officials will launch the state’s only Confucius Institute with a series of events Oct. 26-27, 2010. The nonprofit educational institution, which will sponsor classes in Chinese language and culture, will be housed at UNH.