So, What Are UNH Women Working On?
A Snapshot of UWomen Reading, Writing, and Working
|Assoc. Professor, Julia Bryce is the receipient of the 2012 Karen Von Damm Leadership Development Grant. This award will allow her to continue the development of her scholarly work while serving as Department Chair in Earth Sciences. Learn more||Associate Music Professor, Jenni Cook, arranged for a student exchange between UNH and Sao-Paolo Ribeirao-Preto in Brazil. While there, she also taught classes in body mapping that promotes musician health and prevents injury. Learn more||Monica Chiu, Associate Professor of English and Director of the University Honors Program, has completed her book "Asian Americans in New England", and recently returned to UNH after receiving a prestigious Fulbright Award to teach and conduct research in Hong Kong. Learn more|
|Courtney Marshall, Assistant Prof of English and Women's Studies is writing her first book "Apprehending Black Womanhood: Prisons and Pun-ishment in African-American Women’s Literature". She’s using black women’s literature as a lens to see how Americans have theorized prisons and punishment, focusing on African-American incarceration. Lean more||Theresa Faist was the receipient of the Presidential Award of Excellence. Theresa works for Dining Services and is in charge of the Union Court where she is known to be a "Jack of All Trades". On her own time, she volunteers as a child youth advocate for CASA. Lean more||Hanna LaRochelle is a sociology major who wants to teach elemen-tary school and she recently won a $1,000 scholarship for her essay on helping to build houses for hurricane victims. During her junior year she worked with the Fabretto Children's Foundation in Somoto. Lean more|
|Associate Professor of History, Julia Rodriguez, has been awarded the 2012 Best Article Prize by the New England Council on Latin American Studies. Her article, “A Complex Fabric: Intersecting Histories of Race, Gender, and Science in Latin America”, appeared in Hispanic American Historical Review. Learn more||"I've delivered calves in high heels" says Rosie Cabral, a Ph.D. student interested in improving neonatal calf immunity. Most recently, she received the 2012 Hintz Memorial Scholarship Award from the National Milk Producers Federation. Learn more||Noha Elmohands is a Psychology and Women's Studies major with a minor in Race, Culture and Power. She also serves on the President's Commission on the Status of People of Color, and has been selected to be the host and student speaker for the MLK Celebration. Learn more|
|Rosemary M. Caron, PhD, MPH is an Assoc. Prof. in the Dept of Health Management and Policy. Caron was a 2012 Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award receipient. She not only teaches public health, she devotes a portion of her research to developing curricula and pedagogical frameworks that will produce the next generation of health practitioners. Learn more|
The UNH chapter of the Society of Women Engineers runs an outreach program for middle school girls to get them interested in STEM. The program features hands-on activities, which promote the problem-solving skills associated with engineering and place different engineering disclipines in context. Watch the UTUBE Video
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