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  • photo of Professor Mary Malone

    Prof. Mary Malone Receives Excellence in International Engagement Award

    Congratulations to Mary Malone, 2017's recipient of the Excellence in International Engagement Award.  Read More
  • photo of poster for "A Sustainable Future for Latin America?"

    A Sustainable Future for Latin America?

    UNH hosted the New England Council of Latin American Studies' Annual Meeting (NECLAS) in November.  Read More
  • Linus Fallberg of Sweden (in white shirt) ready to kick the ball

    Freshman Student-Athlete from Sweden Makes an Impact

    Linus Fallberg is 3,700 miles from his hometown of Jonkoping, Sweden. He is making a difference on and off the field. He joins other international players from Sweden, Iceland, Norway, South Africa, Germany, and Spain. This article originally appeared in The New Hampshire.  Read More
  • Dr. Justin Chen

    UNH Symposium Addresses the Emotional Wellness Needs of International Students

    College is an important transition to young adulthood. It is a period of emotional and personal growth, which comes with challenges.  For international students, psychosocial and emotional challenges are experienced far from family support and can be further complicated by cultural dimensions. To ensure UNH is responsive to the health needs of all students, including the international students, the Center for International Education and Global Engagement (CIEGE) and Student Life invited Dr. Chen, an expert on cross-cultural psychiatry, stigma, and mental health disparities, to UNH.  Read More
  • Ye Dong, from Shanghai, China

    International Students Return Home as Interns To Spread the Word About UNH

    Haotian GuanOver the summer of 2017, four UNH students from the Global Student Success Program (GSSP), formerly known as UNH Navitas Pathways Program, went back to their home countries of China and India to share their UNH experiences with prospective students.  Read More
  • Students atted Buddies without Borders ice cream social

    Buddies Without Borders Expands to Graduate Students

    Since 2012, UNH’s BWB has paired domestic and international students, based on common interest, for cultural exchange and friendship.  Read More
  • flag of Argentina (courtesy http://newsroom.unfccc.int/media/423166/800px-flag_of_argentinasvg.png)

    UNH Selected to Host Argentine Fulbrighters

    UNH will welcome 20 Argentinian undergraduate Friends of Fulbright students for a six-week immersion program in January 2018. CIEGE staff collaborated with university academic and residential life collegues to develop a comprehensive academic and cultural program. The program is designed to strengthen the Argentinian students’ knowledge of U.S. higher education and build deep connections with U.S. students through shared classes, intercultural dormitory housing, a language and culture buddy program, extracurricular activities and small group cross-cultural academic collaboration.  Read More
  • (l. to r.) Elizabeth Lapsley, Aboubacar Konate, and Kiley McKenna holding GiPH banner

    UNH Students Bring Hope to Togo

    Togo bordered by Ghana on the west and Benin on the eastTogo is a small West African country with a mostly-rural population of approximately 7 million. According to UNICEF, 81.2% of Togo’s rural population lives below the poverty line. For many rural Togolese, a trip to a medical clinic can be a three-day walk.  Read More
  • UNH students listening to a forest ranger n Bhutan

    Connecting Culture and Science to Climate Change in Bhutan and U.S.

    This summer, students from UNH and Royal Thimpu College (RTC) in Bhutan travelled to each other’s communities and collected audio stories from locals who work the land in New England and Bhutan. Students from UNH and RTC collaborated to gather, listen to and edit narratives that represented how the changing climate is impacting the landscape, wildlife, hydrology, farming and food sources in both regions.  UNH and RTC have many parallels: both serve predominantly rural and small town populations in regions that are dependent upon the land for their livelihoods.  Read More
  • Tony Hamoui '14, '17G standing at the Berlin Wall

    Revelations of a Hamel Fellow in Austria and Germany

    Tony Hamoui at the Salzburg FestivalOn my first day in Salzburg, the initial leg of the journey, I saw this ominous looking castle atop the most unwelcoming mountain. As the taxi wound its way closer to my lodging, the castle kept appearing through the tree line, closer each time.  Read More