The UNH President's Commission on the Status of People of Color proposes, recommends and evaluates programs, policies and services aimed at enhancing diversity and supporting people of color within the UNH community. The commission acts to ensure implementation of goals to increase campus diversity through minority student, faculty and staff recruitment and retention, and through curriculum development. Learn More
Colleagues Luncheon: A World of Difference, Courses that Open to New Lives and Cultures
Wed, April 5, 12noon-1pm, MUB Strafford Rm
Students from courses in Race and Ethnic Studies will tell us their stories of discovery and how these courses have impacted their lives and plans for the future. Program hosted by President's Commission on Status of People of Color.
Alter Ego Dance Showcase
Showcase will feature talented dancers from China and Vietnam showcasing the most recent K-pop choreography, popping skills, and traditional dance of multiple cultures. There will also be giveaways and raffles. No tickets required, free, open to everyone.
MUB Current Lecture Series presents:
Wed, April 19th, 7pm
From his latest book entitled, "Yes Ma'am, No Sir" The 12 Essential Steps for Success in Life Coach Carter talks about his personal experiences in life that shaped him to be the man that he is today. It also hits on key points to assist and show others how to lead more productive and successful lives. Evert is open to everyone. More info on Coach Carter
The cost of textbooks, clickers, lab fees and exams administered through third party vendors continues to increase at a rapid rate. Students are finding it very difficult to keep up with course assignments without these supplies, particularly in the STEM disciplines. The loss of students in these fields because of materials costs is a loss of intellectual capital.
Please consider donating to help students succeed. Donated funds will be available to students with demonstrated financial need and will be administered through the Financial Aide office. Click here for donation information
|Aseeb Niazi '15|
Aseebulla "Aseeb" Niazi '15
“I was incredibly honored and humbled when I received news that I would be a Rangel Fellow,” Niazi explains. “I have been working toward joining the Foreign Service since my junior year at UNH, and this fellowship is my first step toward achieving that goal.” Only 30 students are selected for fellowships each year from across U.S. and Aseeb was awarded a Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship for 2017. Read full article (from UNH Today), and/or More about Rangel Fellowships
Diversity Network Program (DNP)
This program works with Liberty Mutual and other companies to provide students from traditionally-underrepresented groups with career education and graduate/professional school guidance, coupled with advice and mentoring from employers and other professionals who are dedicated toward building diversity in the workforce. (find out more)