Kenneth Fuld has been named dean of the College of Liberal Arts after serving as the college’s interim dean following the retirement of Dean Marilyn Hoskin in May 2008.
UNH has launched a five-year graduate program in political science that lets undergraduates majoring in political science earn a master’s degree with one year of graduate education.
The Master of Fine Arts in Writing program at UNH has been ranked one of the top 50 programs in the nation by Poets and Writers, with the University’s creative nonfiction program highlighted as the seventh best in the nation.
In his new book, The Hanging of Thomas Jeremiah: A Free Black Man’s Encounter with Liberty, J. William Harris, professor of history, recounts and analyzes the trial and execution of Thomas Jeremiah and illuminates the contradiction between a nation that would be born in a struggle for freedom and yet deny it—often violently—to others.
National sports columnist and former captain of the UNH women’s basketball team Jackie MacMullan ’82 (English/Journalism) was on campus recently to sign copies of her new book Larry Bird, Earvin Magic Johnson: When The Game Was Ours.
The College remembers four distinguished professors emeriti who passed away in 2009.
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