The Fantastic Fellows
They spot opportunities from a mile away, synthesize new information in a flash, and tackle the big problems first. All get an “A” for “plays well with others.” Meet this year’s five liberal arts fellows just before they take off. ›› Read more.
Tale of the Tape: Donald Graves and the Revolution in Children’s Writing
Thomas Newkirk, professor of English, recently delivered the college’s Lindberg Lecture, given annually by the winner of the Lindberg Award for outstanding teacher-scholar. The video of that lecture is now available here. ›› Read more.
Summer arrives. The UNH campus population dips as many students return home and faculty members move into research mode. It happens every year. But a new pool of students arrives each summer, too. They may look a little young for college, and they are. Ranging in age from 8 to 18, these students are here to attend one of the dozen or so youth camps that are administered annually by the University. The College offers nearly half of these camps, instructing youth in a range of fields from the fine and performing arts to writing to language study.›› Read more.
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