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  • Ascoli Piceno, Italy photo by Catherine Doheny for spring 2020 photo contest

    COVID-19 & Education Abroad

    The Education Abroad Team is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. At this point, no decision regarding study abroad in the Summer/Fall 2021 has been made. Please continue to check back for updated information.    Friday, September 18, 2020 The UNH leadership has had to make the difficult decision to cancel J-term and Spring 2021 education abroad programming.  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
  • Denisa and Norbert Okolie with their daughter (l.) and Marco Yan and friend (at left of image on right)
  • 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
  • Greetings from Hong Kong!

    Marco Yan (second from right) making dumplings as part of the Global Leadership Experience in January 2020.This one goes out to the students studying remotely.  Read More
  • (l. to r.) Professor Shuili Du and Professor Elizabeth Carter

    Fulbright Scholars in Finland and Spain

    Shuili Du, Associate Professor of Marketing (PAUL)  Read More
  • Professor Elizabeth  Carter on the first day that El Retiro Park re-opened after the spring lockdown

    Fulbright Scholar in Spain During COVID in Spring 2020

    I arrived in Madrid on January 15, 2020, ecstatic to finally be realizing two long-standing dreams: living in the exciting, stunning Spanish capital, and participating in the Fulbright Scholar Program. My Senior Fulbright Scholar award consisted of two parts. First, I was to teach a class in comparative political economy (“Varidades del Capitalismo”) at the Universidad Carlos III Madrid (UC3M). Secondly, I was to conduct field research for my project on Spanish wine politics.  Read More
  • Professor Shuli  Du at the line of Arctic Circle in Rovaniemi, Finland

    New Challenges for Corporate Social Responsibility in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

    Professor Du at the line of Arctic Circle in Rovaniemi, FinlandArtificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly widespread in today’s marketplace.  Read More
  • Surviving the Pandemic: The Student Experience

    Denisa and Norbert Okolie with baby Joy.Boots up laptop. Signs into Zoom. Waits... Two friendly faces appear, and a lovely chat ensues.  Read More
  • 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