Five UNH Scholars Recognized for Their Expertise

Five UNH Scholars Recognized for Their Expertise

May 20, 2013

Scholars from across UNH have been recognized recently for their expertise and contributions to their fields of research and creative expression.  They are: Grant Drumheller, Jack Resch, David Richman, Ann Dillon, and Martha Carlson.

Grant Drumheller, professor of art, will have a one-man show in New York City, May 21 through June 15. "Grant Drumheller: New Paintings" centers around figures seen from above in public spaces, museums, squares, piazzas, and beaches.   More...

Jack Resch, professor of history at UNH Manchester, was admitted to the Fulbright Specialist Roster. Fulbright Commissions, U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Sections, and selected host institutions use the Roster for the purpose of selecting scholars or professionals to participate in Fulbright Specialist projects.   More...

David Richman, professor of theatre and dance, has been selected by the provost to receive the Class of 1938 Professorship Award, which recognizes a UNH faculty member for excellence in teaching and provides a discretionary allowance for professional expenses for a three-year term.   More...

Ann Dillon, Institute on Disability staff member and coordinator of the New Hampshire Leadership Series, has been named to Gov. Maggie Hassan’s Commission on Disability.   More...

Martha Carlson, coordinator of UNH Forest Watch and a Ph.D. candidate in the natural resources and earth systems science program, was one of six private citizens invited to participate in a White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) panel titled “"Climate Change: Discussion with Small Business Leaders" held April 30 in Washington, D.C.   More...

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