Student covers election for the Washington Post
Every Friday, UNH journalism student Jake DeSchuiteneer joins a Google+ Hangout—a video conference call—with the Washington Post’s social media director, Natalie Jennings. He updates Jennings on the presidential election news from New Hampshire, and they discuss blogging strategy for the coming week. ›› Read more.
The Art of Travel
This January Term, three study abroad programs will provide the focus for students to see and experience new cultures to the fullest—be it in Costa Rica, Rome, or Moscow. ›› Read more.
Joining the Ranks
Four impressive assistant professors have been appointed to the College faculty this fall, each anchoring important subfields within their disciplines—musical theatre, public administration, media studies, and sociolinguistics. Many new lecturers have also come on board, supporting the teaching mission throughout the College, with the largest concentration in English as a Second Language, a program that has expanded significantly over the past year due to increased international student enrollments. A new clinical assistant professor in counseling psychology rounds out the incoming "class." The College is proud to welcome these fine scholars and teachers to its ranks. ›› Read more.
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