News & Announcements

  • International Travel Policy Update

    The U.S. Department of State announced a change to its country Travel Advisory levels. These ratings are no longer automatically correlated with the CDC COVID-19 Travel Health Notice levels. This has triggered a change in many countries’ Travel Advisory Levels.   Accordingly, the UNH International Travel Risk Review Committee has ended the variance to the UNH Travel Policy of allowing student travel to State Department Levels 3 and 4 countries if the Travel Advisory is due to COVID-19 only and there are no additional reasons listed.    Read More
  • Student Travel Prohibited to Countries Bordering Ukraine

    The following message was sent to all students in Europe regarding an update to the UNH travel policy: Dear Students, The International Travel Risk Review Committee further updated the UNH Travel Policy for current study abroad students in response to the escalation of the war in Ukraine and attacks on the western border. Travel is prohibited to all countries bordering Ukraine: Belarus, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, and Hungary (except for students currently on programs in Budapest).  Read More
  • Ascoli Piceno, Italy photo by Catherine Doheny for spring 2020 photo contest

    COVID-19 & Education Abroad

    The UNH International Travel Risk Review Committee (Dr. Kate Ziemer, Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs; Dr. Ken Holmes, Senior Vice Provost for Student Life; Dr. Peter Dagnan, Medical Director), in consultation with Education Abroad team members, carefully considered and reviewed education abroad programs for J-term and Spring 2022 and made the following decisions:  Read More
  • UNH Manchester presents In Our Own Voices

    The University of New Hampshire Manchester proudly presents the new In Our Own Voices portfolios. A couple of our international students are highlighted here; Carlo Capuz from the Philippines and Tatiana Iuferova from Russia.  Read More
  • (l. to r.) President James Dean and Leila Paje-Manalo,

    A Fond Farewell to OISS

    Dear Friends and Colleagues,  Read More
  • Denisa and Norbert Okolie with their daughter (l.) and Marco Yan and friend (at left of image on right)
  • (l. to r.) Professor Shuili Du and Professor Elizabeth Carter

    UNH Fulbright Scholars 1981-2020

    Shuili Du, Associate Professor of Marketing (PAUL)  Read More
  • Mike Merrill and fiancé Gabby at Crater Lake in Oregon

    Road Trip Across America

    At the continental divide in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: (from top down) Bruno atop RV, Gabby and Lizzy on hood, Mike Merrill on bumperThis summer, I had the serendipitous crossing of two unlikely events.  Read More
  • The 603 Challenge logo

    The 603 Challenge--2020

    Sincere thanks from everyone at Global Education Center to all donors who supported our funds during a very challenging 2020: - OISS Global Fund -- Support for International Students - Send Wildcats Abroad Fund Despite all obstacles, alumni and friends gave generously and UNH enjoyed a banner year of giving. View this impressive summary!  Read More
  • In 2019, (l. to r.) Christina Eddleman ’19, Anna Smith ’19  and Emma Turgeon '19 in Kapalamula, helping to bring clean water to a Malawi village

    In Case You Missed It - Fall 2020

    UNH scientists study “Godzill” dust storm impact in the Sahara deserthttps://unh.edu/unhtoday/2020/08/dust-wind Professor Shadi Atallah’s research studies the Soligas tribe in India and their relationship with the endangered Bengal tigerhttps://unh.edu/unhtoday/2020/06/eyes-tiger  Read More