Gift funds studies in English literature
It’s been a long time since the study of English literature could be characterized, even glibly, as “Beowulf to Virginia Woolf.” A life devoted to scholarship is still demanding, but today its purview is endless, interdisciplinary, and as diverse as the people who devote their lives to it. Studying English literature is a calling that UNH is well prepared to meet—and does meet with a faculty who encourage and mentor promising students. ›› Read more.
Peace Be Upon You
Jeanna Diorio, a dual major in political science and international affairs, received a prestigious National Security Education Program (NSEP) Boren Scholarship to study Arabic language and culture in Cairo, Egypt, this academic year. She was one of 130 students to receive the award from a pool of nearly 900 exceptional undergraduate and graduate applicants from across the U.S. We checked in with Jeanna via email at this, the half-way point in her studies, to say “hello” or, in the standard greeting in Egypt, عليكم السلام, and to see how she is faring. ›› Read more.
A Home for Musicians
If home is a nurturing environment, then UNH music students and professors have found a home in Ascoli Piceno, Italy.
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