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  • 5 Tips for International Students in Online Classes

    Feeling distracted, challenged by online group work, or unable to follow your professor’s live lectures? Here are ideas we gathered from UNH students, staff and faculty (and some great online resources) to succeed in our new normal:  Read More
  • Charlotte Thompson '16

    From the Mountains of New Zealand To New Paths at Home

    What class looks like during the EcoQuest program, exploring coastal ecology in New ZealandI can easily and wholeheartedly say that studying abroad in New Zealand through the EcoQuest program was the best thing I did at UNH.  Read More
  • Jackie Klatt '18 (Psychology & Theatre)

    To UNH and Back Again

    Jackie Klatt graduated the University of New Hampshire in 2018 with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and minor in Theatre. During her time at UNH Jackie was very fortunate to have had the opportunity to study abroad for a semester at University College Utrecht (UCU) in Utrecht, Netherlands through the UNH Honors Exchange program. When selecting a location to study abroad, Jackie felt she wanted the experience a typical student in a foreign country would gain during their college life including campus activities and extracurriculars.  Read More
  • Ali Nassiri pictured here with his wife Elli and daughter LaraIn

    Confident Minds, Strong Careers, Fond Memories

    Ali Nassiri pictured here with his wife Elli and daughter LaraIn the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS), we have the privilege of working with students and scholars from all around the globe.  Connecting with these students and helping them find their home at UNH is one of the most rewarding aspects of our jobs.  And sometime  Read More
  • Dr. Georgeann Murphy in the Krishna Rajendra market, Mysuru, India

    A Passage to India

    Travel, study, and in this case, research abroad can have a ripple effect with waves that travel long distances over time, as those who have adventures abroad (and have reached a “certain age”) can testify.  A case in point:  in the fall of 2003, as Coordinator for the International Research Opportunities Program, part of the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research, I watched as a research proposal about solar neutron detectors submitted by junior physics major Procheta Mallik sailed through vetting by the Hamel Center’s Faculty Advisory Board and earned Procheta a summer research trip to t  Read More
  • Students at Global Cafe study group

    International Student Success: One Step at a Time

    International students at a study session in the Global Education Center spaceA common story for international students stems from confusion over cultural or idiomatic expressions used during lectures: "The professor said something in class, which made the stude  Read More
  • Katja Kleyensteuber at the Munich National Theater

    Grant Funded European Travel for Recent Alumna

    Katja on a hike in InnsbruckIn summer 2019, I spent five weeks touring world-renowned concert halls and attending performances at well-known classical music festivals in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland thanks to the support of the Stanley A. Hamel Traveling Fellowship.  Read More
  • Thomas Kroll

    International Alumnus Thomas Kroll

    Thomas KrollInternational alumnus Thomas Kroll, originally from Tanzania, graduated in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering.  He was a resident assistant in Fairchild Hall, home to many international students, for two years.  Read More
  • Meaghan Gardena at the Nurek Reservoir in Tajikistan

    Notes from a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Tajikistan

    Fulbright, the U.S. Department of State’s flagship cross-cultural exchange program, provides grants that allow young Americans to conduct independent research, pursue graduate study, or teach English abroad for terms of eight to 10 months.  Read More
  • Student group at cricket demo and match during IEW 2019

    International Education Week 2019

    International Education Week 2019 was a resounding success; check our global website for the complete schedule. The week kicked off on November 2 with the 9th Annual UNH Powwow; our own Native American Cultural Association once again put together a full day of art, music, and community building to celebrate Native cultures and peoples. On Sunday, a large group gathered on Memorial Field to try the game of cricket and then watched a match by seasoned players.  Read More