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    Exploring Racism in Science 

    "Biases show up in the science classroom in many forms, in which historical figures we talk about, which histories we tell about them, which we leave out, who we credit with certain knowledge…and what knowledge we decide is worth knowing,” Whalen says.  Read More
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    Seeking Momentum for a Movement 

    “I don’t want people to see me and be colorblind. I want them to know I’m a Black woman, because there are so many amazing things that come along with being a Black woman,” Maduro says. “Take yourself out of that nameless crowd and make yourself actively anti-racist.  Read More
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    UNH hires new CDO 

    “UNH has considerable work to do to address systemic racism and how to become antiracist in our respective roles as students, faculty, staff and alumni,” said UNH President James W. Dean Jr.  Read More
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    UNH Faculty Voice Need for Change 

    "We need to embrace our differences rather than be afraid of them. We need to talk about all of it on a daily basis — racism, sexism, discrimination toward people with disabilities and transgender men and women.  Read More
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    New Leader and New Name for OMSA 

    "The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs has been changed to The Beauregard Center for Equity and Liberation in memory of Aulbani J. Beauregard, said UNH Senior Vice Provost Ted Kirkpatrick" Read the Article  Read More
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    Promoting a Right Not a Privilege 

    “With the privilege of having an American education at UNH, I want to help disadvantaged social groups in developing countries to receive an education because I insist that it should be a right for everyone and not a privilege.”   Read More
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    UNH receives 4.5 out of 5 score on Campus Pride Index 

    The Campus Pride Index is a vital tool for assisting campuses in learning ways to improve their LGBTQ campus life and ultimately shape the educational experience to be more inclusive, welcoming and respectful of LGBTQ and ally people.  Read More
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    Kabria Baumgartner Named Emerging Scholar by Diverse Magazine 

    The news magazine Diverse: Issues in Higher Education recently named UNH English professor Kabria Baumgartner part of its 2020 cohort of Emerging Scholars — a distinction awarded to just 15 professors across the country for interdisciplinary academic excellence.  Read More
  • INSIGHT Into Diversity to offer $2,000 Scholarship towards study abroad 

    The diversity magazine is awarding a $2,000 scholarship to five individual students currently enrolled in a baccalaureate-granting institution, graduate school, or health profession school, who are planning to study abroad during Summer 2020 and Fall 2020.  Deadline is Nov 30.   Read More
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    Turning Things Around 

    “The McNair program has helped me apply the tools I get from classes and learn in a more productive manner,” Linton says.  Read More