Upcoming Events

In an effort to ensure the UNH community is apprised of events centered around diversity, equity and inclusion, the Office of Community, Equity, and Diversity is providing a monthly calendar to showcase upcoming events. Please feel free to share this calendar with your colleagues. The content is determined based on the title, description and/or tags provided for each event listed within the UNH Main Calendar.
 

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  • February
    1

    NH Listens Local Lunch Box: How to Host a Warm Cookies & Community Event

    12:00pm - 12:45pm, Join NH Listens for a 45-minute informative and interactive session aimed at sharing bite-sized tips and resources from our toolbox for community engagement and facilitation. This session How to Host a Warm Cookies & Community Event will overview how to organize and design a community-building event such as storytelling at a community gathering. 
  • February
    6

    The NH Supreme Court: How Recent Trends Can Inform Future Litigation Strategies

    4:30pm - 7:00pm,  Join us for a panel discussion presented by the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society and the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Service.  Panelists will examine recent trends in NH Supreme Court civil and criminal jurisprudence and explore how they can be used to craft future litigation.   Among the trends to be discussed: several court orders affirming and expanding access to public records under the Right-to-Know law.Lawyers, judges, civics educato...
  • February
    9

    Pledging Allegiance: Reflections on Citizenship (The Lindberg Lecture)

    Pledging Allegiance:  Reflections on Citizenship (The Lindberg Lecture) 4:00pm - 5:00pm, Join the College of Liberal Arts for the annual Lindberg Lecture, by Lucy Salyer, Pledging Allegiance: Reflections on Citizenship in U.S. History. Salyer is a UNH professor of history who was selected as the 2022 recipient of the Lindberg Award, given annually to the outstanding teacher-scholar in the College of Liberal Arts. Salyer earned her Ph.D. in jurisprudence and social policy at UC Berkeley’s School of Law in 1989 and joined the UNH history faculty that same year. She...
  • February
    11

    2023 MLK Day of Service

    2023 MLK Day of Service 9:00am - 4:00pm, Work towards building a Beloved Community at the annual UNH MLK Day of Service! This year we will be packing 10,000 meals with Meals of Hope to be donated to local food pantries and the NH Food Bank. Volunteers are also invited to bring donations of non-perishable food items for Cats Cupboard. Please check event details below: Event Title: 2023 UNH MLK Day of Service   Date: Saturday February 11, 2023   Location: Strafford Room, Memorial Union Building (MUB) Aud...
  • February
    13

    Women of Color Museum - A Tribute to the Contributions of Black Women

    Women of Color Museum - A Tribute to the Contributions of Black Women 10:00am - 2:00pm, The exhibit profiles several dynamic Black women who have made significant contributions to society and includes original artifacts, signed documents, and photos of individuals who have impacted the history of Black women around the world.Event sponsored by: Women's and Gender Studies Department, Social Work Department and Memorial Union and Student Activities
  • February
    15

    Sustainable Investing Webinar

    Sustainable Investing Webinar 12:00pm - 1:00pm, How we invest our money can be even more powerful than the products we choose to buy in shaping a sustainable future. Sustainable investing, where investors combine traditional investment approaches with environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) insights, has seen substantial growth over the last few years, now accounting for over 35% of professionally managed assets around the globe. Investors are choosing to align their portfolios with a sustainable future by s...
  • February
    16

    The Civil Discourse Lab Presents Navigating Uncertain Times

    The Civil Discourse Lab Presents Navigating Uncertain Times 5:30pm - 7:00pm, Andy Coville is CEO of Brodeur Partners and a UNH English Journalism alum. She is the author of two books (Relevance: The Power to Change Minds and Behavior and Stay Ahead of the Competition and Creating Relevance in a Time of Uncertainty), in which she advances the innovative framework of “relevance” as a methodology for branding, meaning creation, and behavioral change. Ms. Coville’s talk will cover results from an international generational cohort study focusing on sources...
  • March
    10

    Putting the Social in Social Media: Connecting and Collaborating to Advance Your

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, Hear from your research colleagues about how social media has helped them share their work and make connections.
  • April
    4

    Annual LGBTQ+ Pancake Breakfast

    Annual LGBTQ+ Pancake Breakfast 8:00am - 9:15am, Save the DateApril 4, 2023 - Annual Pride and Pancake Breakfast!MUB Granite State Rm, 8-9:15amThis year we will be celebrating 30 years.More information to come
  • April
    4

    John T. Holden Lecture: Mae Ngai

    5:00pm - 6:30pm, The annual John T. Holden Lecture in the College of Liberal Arts, will be delivered by Mae Ngai: "Shocking but not Surprising: Origins of anti-Asian racism in the U.S.” Mae M. Ngai is Lung Family Professor of Asian American Studies and professor of history, and co-director of the Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race at Columbia University. She is a U.S. legal and political historian interested in the histories of immigration, citizenship, nationalism, and the Chinese d...