University Honors Program Staff
The Honors Program staff is here to help you, and we will do our best to assist you with any questions you may have.
Our office is located in Hood House, Room 211. Office hours are 8 A.M. – 4:30 P.M. Monday – Friday, we are closed for lunch from 12 P.M. – 1 P.M. Our main office telephone number is (603) 862-3928 and our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
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When he is not playing with his pre-schooler, Professor Moore teaches Eighteenth-Century and Irish literature in the UNH English Department. His prize-winning book, Swift, the Book, and the Irish Financial Revolution: Satire and Sovereignty in Colonial Ireland, studies how the print media of the period was a business intimately connected to developments in financial history and to the rise of ideas of national sovereignty. He is currently editing a special issue of the journal Eighteenth-Century Studies on the reception of Enlightenment thought in Ireland and is working towards a greater understanding of the transatlantic book trade at the time of the American Revolution. He was a Fulbright Scholar to the Republic of Ireland as a graduate student and has held fellowships from the Folger Shakespeare Library, the John Carter Brown Library, and a variety of other sources. He enjoys sailing, fishing, and cross-country skiing, and his wife has recently introduced him to the pleasures of golf.
Kate joined the Honors Program in 2011. She completed a PhD in English Literature at the University of Chicago, where she wrote a dissertation about the dangerous reputation of fiction in the eighteenth century. Before beginning graduate study Kate taught English at Noble High School in North Berwick, Maine.
Lee has been office manager of the Program since 1994. She works with the Director on the budget, scheduling, scholarships, and coordinates the daily activities within the department. Lee earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from UNH.
Joanne joined the Honors Program staff in the fall of 2005. She worked for many years in the systems information technology field in both corporate and manufacturing industries. Her current responsibilities inlcude managing the UHP's databases, maintaining its web site and developing academic cycle reporting streams.