News & Announcements

  • UNH students in Greece in summer 2017

    New Classics Summer Program in Greece

    In May 2017, nine students traveled to Greece on the first iteration of the College of Liberal Arts’ UNH-in-Greece program, sponsored by the Department of Classics, Humanities & Italian Studies. This new summer study abroad opportunity allows students to earn 10 credits over five weeks under the guidance of UNH faculty.  Read More
  • (l. to r.) Walter Elchmanar and Roisin Williams

    New CEPS Research Exchange with U. of Chester, UK

    (l. to r.) University of Chester students Walter Elchmanar and Roisin Williams in front of T-Hall UNH and the University of Chester, UK, signed an exchange agreement this summer to provide research and internship opportunities to their engineering students.  Read More
  • Multilingual Students in the University Classroom Workshop Series: A Success

    Ivaylo "Ivo" NedyalkovMultilingual Students in the University Classroom was a three-part workshop series aimed at exploring new teaching styles with regards to the increasing population of multilingual students and a desire to meet their needs.  Ivaylo “Ivo” Nedyalkov, Pascal Orliac, and Julie Perron have recently completed this three part talk about teaching,  Read More
  • Rosie Donegan

    Welcome to Wildcat Country: UNH Athletics Goes Global

    What does it mean to be an international athlete at the University of New Hampshire?  It means leaving your friends and family back home to spend 10 hours a day pushing your body to the limit.  It means dedicating your life to practice and studying.  It means skating into the hockey arena on a Friday night while the crowd goes wild chanting "I believe in UNH!"  It means competing for school glory against all odds.  Practice.  Persistence.  Perfection.  These are the stories of our International Wildcat graduates, Class of 2017.  Read More
  • picture of colorful hands around blue and green globe

    An Outpouring of Support for UNH’s International Community

     As it has on campuses across the U.S., the start of the spring 2017 semester has been an uncertain time for many international students and scholars at UNH in light of executive orders on immigration issued by President Trump.  Read More
  • Yoka (l.) and Milan (r.) on their wedding day holding small UNH signs

    Making It Work: An International Love Story at UNH

    When Jovana Milosavljevic Ardeljan and Milan Ardeljan began dating in 2012, they had no idea that their relationship would span continents and years living apart from one another.  The two students, who are fixtures in the international community at UNH, are a case of missed connections making it work. Jovana, who goes by Yoka, met Milan in Serbia through mutual friends. However, it was their passion for education that brought them to New Hampshire. After dating for only a year, Milan would leave Yoka in their home country in January 2013, to begin his Ph.D.  Read More
  • Photo of Cory at Kamigamo Shrine in Kyoto

    Alum Receives Prestigious MEXT Scholarship / Plans for Career in Japan Studies

    At the University of New Hampshire, I triple-majored in history, philosophy, and the classics. After hearing my majors, many are surprised to learn that I hope not to become a scholar of classical Europe, but of Japan. I had several transformative experiences in Japan as a UNH student and, in April, I will return to Japan to begin studies in medieval Japanese literature at Kobe University, funded by a research scholarship from Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).  Read More
  • photo of Maxlimer Coromoto Vallee Anziani (12/8/83-1/24/17)

    In Memoriam - UNH Remembers Maxlimer Coromoto Vallee Anziani

    Maxlimer Coromoto Vallee AnzianiIt is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our friend, alumna, and colleague, Maxlimer Coromoto Vallee Anziani (born December 8, 1983).  Read More
  • (l. to r.) CHHS Dean Mike Ferrara, Kerryellen Vroman, and Chair of Human Development and Family Studies, Kerry Kazura exploring the Great Wall during a recent visit to Chengdu University

    Kerryellen Vroman Takes Helm as Interim Associate Vice Provost for International Programs

    Dr. Kerryellen Vroman, Associate Professor and Department Chair of Occupational Therapy was appointed as Interim Vice Provost for International Programs in mid-September. She brings to the position a long standing commitment to international education and a desire to support and build the UNH community’s global identity.  Read More
  • A NYC Networking Event on May 24 Featuring Highlights of the University of New Hampshire's Global Impact

    Please join International Affairs Dual Major/Minor alumni, international students, study abroad alumni, and others with global affiliations and interests  for a very special event, featuring a keynote address by Andrea Voytko '84, deputy director of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. View invitation and register here >>  Read More