David Finkelhor, director of the UNH Crimes against Children Research Center, co-director of the Family Research Laboratory, and professor of sociology, has received a University Professorship, the university’s highest form of recognition for excellence in teaching, scholarship and engagement.
In the 74 years that the Communist Party ruled the Soviet Union, an estimated 25 millions “enemies of the people,” including children, were arrested, imprisoned in various Gulag institutions, or executed. Many of the children who were orphaned because of their parents’ arrest, execution, or death in the Gulag carried the legacy of this dark time into adulthood.
Clark Terry Honored With 2010 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award
Jazz Legend Has Had Longtime Relationship with UNH
Legendary jazz musician Clark Terry, who has had a longtime relationship with the University of New Hampshire and serves as an adjunct professor, will be honored with the 2010 Record Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award Jan. 30, 2010.
The University of New Hampshire’s nationally known sexual and intimate partner violence prevention program, Bringing in the Bystander, kicks off its high-profile social media campaign, Know Your Power, on campus Feb. 15, 2010. The campaign will run through March 31.