News & Announcements

  • Talking About the Hard Issues 

    Vernon Carter, associate professor of social work, teaches the "Implications of Race, Culture, and Oppression" course, designed to increase awareness related to the insidious nature of oppression.  Read the ful  Read More
  • New Feminist Studies Graduate Certificate 

    The Feminist Studies Graduate Certificate Program is designed to provide students with an opportunity to pursue feminist scholarship within a structured, interdisciplinary curriculum.  Read More
  • Educational Apps for Students

    Student Accessibility Services (SAS) has created a list of Free and Low-Cost iOS and Android Apps and tools to assist students with reading, writing, note-taking, study-skills/organization and brainstorming activities.  Read More
  • LGBTQ+ 2017 Pancake Breakfast Highlights

    For 25 years, the UNH LGBTQ+ and allied community has celebrated its progress and its heroes in creating a better campus climate for everyone. On April 18th, 200 people gathered in the MUB Granite State Room. And the party began. Again.  Read More
  • Aseebulla "Aseeb" Niazi '15 awarded a Rangel Fellowship

    “I was incredibly honored and humbled when I received news that I would be a Rangel Fellow,” Niazi explains.  Read More
  • UNH Launches New Campus Sexual Assault Prevention App 

    App features include frequently asked questions, and specific campus, local, state and national sexual assault resources. uSafeNH is configured so users are able to access support information in their immediate vicinity.  Read More
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    Conversations at the Crossroads: What Does Community Mean to You?

    The Community Task Force, comprising students, faculty and staff from all three campuses,  developed community conversations using the theme “Conversations at the Crossroads: Critical Thinking and Critical Caring for Our Community.” These conversations asked us a  Read More