A three-year NSF grant funds research on how adolescents learn to understand the law.
As any parent knows, an adolescent can go through a lot of changes between middle school and the early twenties. Yet, it is in these critical years that young people learn to understand one of the major foundations of social interaction—the law. Learning how to think about the law is far from straightforward and is influenced by gender, class, and other factors such as parental and peer factors, individual differences, and attitudes. ›› Read more.
Welcome New Faculty
The College welcomes two new assistant professors this year, Courtney Marshall, who holds a joint appointment in the English department and women's studies program, and Szu-Feng Chen, appointed to the faculty of the theatre and dance department. A number of lecturers, focused on expert teaching, are also new this year. ›› Read more.
In the Bleak Midwinter
Moscow in the dead of winter. Not the typical vacation destination. But one that several UNH students are considering for winter break this year. ›› Read more.
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