Global Reach

UNH student Charles-Nicholas Maulsby Beard '17

Vitriol, Violence, Diplomacy

Four history students traveled through time from the Roman Republic to the Islamic State during Thursday's History URC and Alumni Day. Read More
David Finkelhor
It’s a Friday afternoon in early December, and David Finkelhor, director of the Crimes against Children Research Center (CCRC) at UNH, is having a... Read More
UNH Manchester students in Belize
Editor’s Note: Biological sciences majors Elizabeth Pellerin ’17, Juan Posada ’17 and Anthony Santiesteban ’18 presented their research on the... Read More
All Colleges Symposium at UNH
Updated daily, the dispatch highlights URC happenings and coming events. Read More

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