Recent news from the College of Liberal Arts.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Alumna Honored with Presidential Award for Outstanding Math and Science Teachers

Robin Ellwood '85 '93G '13G was among a select group of K-12 teachers nationwide to receive a prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching in Washington D.C. earlier this month. Ellwood is an eighth-grade science teacher at Rye Junior High School in N.H. Learn more.

English Professor Named Editor of Eighteenth-Century Studies

Sean Moore, professor of English, has been named the next editor of Eighteenth-Century Studies, the premier peer-reviewed journal in the field. His five-year term begins in the summer of 2017 when Steven Pincus of Yale University steps down from the position. Learn more.

UNH Launches New Campus Sexual Assault Prevention App

Prevention Innovations Research Center at the University of New Hampshire recently launched a free smartphone app, uSafeNH, to help prevent sexual assault on Granite State college and university campuses and provide victims and their allies with access to immediate assistance and resources. It is available to students at 21 of the state’s colleges and universities. iPhone and Android users can download the app free of charge by going to the App Store or Google Play and searching for uSafeNH. Learn more.

A New Season of Fine and Performing Arts Commences at the Paul Creative Arts Center

The Paul Creative Arts Center announces its 2016-2017 series of performances and exhibitions. Visit the online calendar to see the full range of exhibitions, music, dance and theatre on offer this year. Many events are absolutely free and all are open to the public. For ticketed events, visit University Tickets to purchase tickets. Learn more.


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September 2016