News & Announcements

  • 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
  • Curtis Linton in football uniform on field

    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
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    8 UNH alums added to the list of Black Pioneer Honorees 

    Black Pioneer honors are awarded to those who have paved the way for future generations at UNH by being among the first students of color or by advancing enrollment of students of color. Eleven of the 16 inductees and honorees this year are College of Liberal Arts alumni.  Read More
  • Walkania Santos with URL conference display board

    Walkania Santos '19  

    Her plan to become a doctor is rooted in her experience growing up where access to medical care is limited. To learn more about Walkania's research click here  Read More
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    Tamara Marcus - Voices for Science Program 

    “I think there’s an opportunity to shift this field and discuss diversity and inclusion issues in a way that’s integral to science communication,” Marcus says.  Read More
  • OMSA Graduation Reception

    Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Wayne Jones delivered the University Welcome saying, “Congratulations to you, members of the Class of 2019. You have met challenges and opportunities, and you have thrived here.  Read More
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    Heritage Often Overlooked 

    While their language is inscribed in modern names and rivers, mountains and cities, they and their heritage are often overlooked.  Paul and Denise Pouliot from Indigenous New Hampshire, along with UNH anthropologist Meghan Howey are a few of the scholars working to tell the stories of the people  Read More
  • Clark Terry Jazz Festival Racial Incident

    For many years, the University of New Hampshire has hosted the Clark Terry Jazz Festival on its campus.  Read More
  • Nina Windgaetter, Charlotte Witt, Clio Walsh, Subrena Smith

    Looking at Feminist Philosophy 25 Years Later 

    "More than two decades later, feminist philosophers are still grappling with difficult social issues such as racism and sexism. Feminist philosophy provides a critical perspective on broad political questions including global injustice, Witt says.  Read More