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Catch! Connecting the Seacoast and UNH
A monthly e-newsletter highlighting public events, news and features from UNH Durham.
Honoring former Poet Laureate Donald Hall
Fall Gourmet Dinner returns
Student showcase on Music Hall stage
Through Dec. 15
Two exhibits, featuring recipients of the prestigious Piscataqua Region Artist Advancement Grant and photographs by Stephen DiRado.
Shrek the ogre and his donkey sidekick embark on a quest to rescue the princess Fiona and win back Shrek’s swamp.
Tour the new Community Literacy Center on the Durham campus and find out about upcoming programs and ways to get involved.
Head to 3S Artspace in Portsmouth for the reception for David Katz’s clay installation, “Flextime,” on view through Nov. 14.
Martin England and the Reconstructed play a benefit concert for the Swipe it Forward program.
An evening of jazz led by the legendary composer, arranger, lyricist, producer and tenor saxophonist Benny Golson.
This workshop designed for those interested in the craft brewing industry, culminating in the inaugural NH Craft Brew Conference.
Eric Lu, one of the finest pianists of the younger generation, will perform works by Mozart, Schubert, Brahms and Chopin.
UNH Music welcomes jazz pedal steel guitarist Jim Cohen.
A panel discussion presented by the NH International Seminar, moderated by James Ramsay, professor of security studies.
Ordained minister and retired professor of historical theology Martin Rumscheidt talks about the impact of his father’s complicity in the Holocaust.
Learn all about lobsters at the Gundalow Company’s next Piscataqua Science Café at the Portsmouth Brewery.
The film “Food Evolution” explores the debate surrounding plant breeding approaches, including genetic engineering and related methods.
Fred Marchant’s new poetry collection, “Said Not Said,” has been described as a "sublime and subtle collection."
Explore developing partnerships in big data and the growing intersection between the analytics industry and higher ed.
Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Original works by students awarded the John. C. Edwards Undergraduate Prize are produced and performed.
Find cool and creative stuff made by UNH students, staff and faculty at this annual event.
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