Upcoming Events

  • September
    7

    University Day

    3:30pm - 6:30pm, A September tradition, UDay is a wonderful event that brings together students, staff, faculty and Durham community members to celebrate and learn about the wide variety of student groups and local vendors. This event gives you the opportunity to discover more than 250 campus organizations and outside vendors.Rain Date: Thursday, September 8, 2022 (same times/locations). 
  • September
    8

    Global Education Fair

    11:00am - 2:00pm, UNH GLOBAL EDUCATION FAIR! Learn about all of your study abroad and study away opportunities! No registration required.
  • September
    28

    Traversing Together: Finding Success in Chaos

    Traversing Together: Finding Success in Chaos 9:00am - 2:30pm, The NH Citizens Health Initiative 2022 Symposium will reflect on the experiences of families, providers, organizations, and communities in the last few years, exacerbated by the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and highlight the success and strategies utilized across sectors from an individual, organizational, state, and national perspective. We hope the sessions throughout the day provide you and your organization opportunities to share learning, to connect and ...
  • September
    28

    NH Listens Local Lunch Box: Hosting Candidates "Round Tables, Not Podiums"

    NH Listens Local Lunch Box: Hosting Candidates "Round Tables, Not Podiums" 12:00pm - 12:45pm, NH Listens Local Lunch Box Sessions: September 28 - Hosting Local Candidates Conversations "Round Tables, Not Podiums"The Lunch Box Series sessions are 30-minute online learning opportunities aimed at adding bite-sized tips and resources to our toolboxes for community engagement and facilitation. They will take place online, from 12:00 - 12:45 p.m. Register for ones of interest to you or register for them all!About the September 28 Session: This session Hosting Local Candid...
  • October
    7

    Global, Racial and Social Inequality Lab research celebration

    1:00pm - 2:30pm, Please join us for the Global, Racial and Social Inequality Lab (GRSIL) celebration on Friday, October 7th 1:00-2:30. We will be joined by our student-faculty research collaboratives from the past year to hear about their projects, research, fellowships and introduce the next iteration of our grant funding opportunities. RSVP here by October 1. This event will be an indoor-outdoor event in the Hamilton Smith Hall Atrium with refreshments.  Open to all UNH faculty, staff and s...
  • October
    12

    NH Listens: Basic Facilitator Training

    12:00pm - 2:00pm,  NH Listens: Basic Facilitator TrainingJoin this 2-hour basic facilitator training for tips on facilitating that you can apply both on and offline. We’ll focus on sharing:Some key facilitator conceptsShare a mix of tips and tools for using and managing technologyTips for hosting and facilitating on and offline conversationsProvide time for small group reflections and practice Ideas for keeping things interactive to engage people in and outside virtual spacesWe welcome anyone...
  • October
    13

    Palaces for the People, Lecture by Eric Klinenberg

    Palaces for the People, Lecture by Eric Klinenberg 4:00pm - 5:00pm, Palaces for the People: How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization and the Decline of Civic Life. A lecture by Eric Klinenberg. The future of democratic societies rests not simply on shared values but on shared spaces: the libraries, childcare centers, churches and parks where crucial connections are formed. Interweaving his own research with examples from around the globe, in this lecture, Klinenberg will explain how “social infrastructure” is helping ...
  • October
    27

    Hans Heilbronner Lecture: The Farhud: When the Mob Came After the Jews of Bagdad

    Hans Heilbronner Lecture: The Farhud: When the Mob Came After the Jews of Bagdad 4:00pm - 5:00pm, A lecture by Joseph Samuels. Samuels was born in the Jewish quarter of the old city of Baghdad in December 1930. An Arabic speaker, he grew up believing that Baghdad was his home and Iraq his country. The Farhud, the anti-Jewish massacre that took place on June 1, 1941, during the Holocaust, shattered his belief. Samuels will discuss this ancient Jewish community and its demise, drawing on the experiences of his family and friends, as well as his own perspective as a boy. His...
  • November
    2

    NH Listens Local Lunch Box: Fundamentals in Designing Community Conversations

    12:00pm - 12:45pm,  NH Listens Local Lunch Box Sessions: November 2 - Fundamentals in Designing Community ConversationsThe Lunch Box Series sessions are 30-minute online learning opportunities aimed at adding bite-sized tips and resources to our toolboxes for community engagement and facilitation. They will take place the first Wednesday of each month, online, from 12:00 - 12:45 p.m. Register for ones of interest to you or register for them all!About the November 2 Session: This session Funda...
  • November
    14

    Rutman Distinguished Lecture on the American Presidency

    7:00pm - 8:00pm, Save the date! Lecture details will be shared here when available.
  • November
    30

    NH Listens: Advanced Facilitator Training

    NH Listens: Advanced Facilitator Training 12:00pm - 2:30pm,  NH Listens: Advanced Facilitator TrainingThis training is on Zoom and focuses on enhancing confidence to remain neutral (on the topic), productively address issues, encourage and move conversation in a constructive manner. Many of us are trained to remain “neutral” when we serve as facilitators. However, that doesn't mean we are passive in the face of misunderstandings and harmful dynamics. Please join on a computer if possible.We understand everyone has different access to...
  • December
    7

    NH Listens Lunch Box: Facilitating Strong Emotions in Community Conversations

    NH Listens Lunch Box: Facilitating Strong Emotions in Community Conversations 12:00pm - 12:45pm,   NH Listens Local Lunch Box Sessions: December 7 - Facilitating Strong Emotions in Community ConversationsThe Lunch Box Series sessions are 30-minute online learning opportunities aimed at adding bite-sized tips and resources to our toolboxes for community engagement and facilitation. They will take place the first Wednesday of each month, online, from 12:00 - 12:45 p.m. Register for ones of interest to you or register for them all!About the December 7 Session: This sessio...