Susan Dumais '88 '02G

Susan Dumais '88 '02G's Articles

  • Brodeur Partners UNH students working together with Dean Bostic.

    Partners in Public Relations Preparation

    UNH students explore career options with UNH alumni at PR company
  • photo of Martin Rumscheidt

    White Collar Crimes Against Humanity

    Lecture to address crimes at IG Farben Auschwitz, Nov. 14.
  • four men worshipping Bodhisattva

    Caves of Dunhuang

    UNH hosts World Heritage Site exhibition from China.
  • headshot of Andrew Ware

    The Thinker

    Meet Andrew Ware, a guy who likes to ponder the big issues.
  • photo of UNH geography students

    GeoBowl Champs

    UNH student team wins regional geography bowl.
  • photos of 6 faculty members

    Welcoming New Faculty

    Meet the newest members of the faculty in the College of Liberal Arts.
  • photo of Hamilton Smith Hall

    The Transformation of Hamilton Smith Hall

    Bridging history with 21st century learning.
  • Susan Rice headshot

    National China Town Hall Set for Oct. 24

    UNH will host event on Sino-American relations featuring Ambassador Susan Rice.
  • photo of Eric Foner

    UNH Hosts Pulitzer Prize Winning Historian Eric Foner Oct. 23

    Renowned historian to speak on Lincoln and slavery for Rutman Distinguished Lecture Series.
  • photo of JJ Royster

    UNH Welcomes Jacqueline Jones Royster

    Georgia Tech dean will deliver the 2017 Holden Lecture on Sept. 28.
  • flowers with Thompson Hall

    Passing: Robert C. Gilmore

    Professor Emeritus of History Robert Gilmore passed away on August 13, 2017.
  • flowers in spring

    Passing: David L. Larson

    David L. Larson, professor emeritus of political science, passed away on July 26, 2017.
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    Remembering John Limber

    John E. Limber, associate professor emeritus of psychology, passed away April 26, 2017. A memorial service will be held May 26, at 5 p.m. at Three Chimneys Inn in Durham.
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    Poetry's Golden Wreath

    Charles Simic has been named the 2017 Golden Wreath award winner of Struga Poetry Evenings.
  • photo of Allison Hoey

    Studio in Italia

    Allison Hoey of Pelham, N.H., and Kelly Sheehan of Brockton, Mass., have received $4,000 scholarships from the COLA Fund for Study in Italy.
  • James Farrell and David Kaye at networking event

    Sparking Solutions

    Many efforts within the College of Liberal Arts are addressing the pressing problems of our time.
  • Andrew Abrams

    The Conundrum of Global Trade

    Five student panelists tackle global economic topics.
  • UNH student Adam Nastasia

    More Naked Arts

    The creative process was on full display in the Paul Creative Arts Center Thursday.
  • photos of Camden Warren, Sierra Mullin, Andrew Jablonski

    Trout Scholars

    Three students have been awarded COLA's B. Thomas Trout scholarships for study abroad.
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    Talking Art at the Capitol

    Raina Ames of the Department of Theatre and Dance won the Educational Theatre Association's Hawkins Award to attend Arts Advocacy Day in Washington.
  • photo of David Rivard

    Among New England's Best

    David Rivard, poet and professor, is winner of the 2017 PEN/New England Award for poetry for his book "Standoff."
  • photo of Reginald Wilburn

    New Associate Dean Named in COLA

    Reginald Wilburn will be the next associate dean of academic affairs in the College of Liberal Arts.
  • UNH associate professor of English Delia Malia Caparoso Konzett

    Hawaii on Film

    A new book by associate professor of English Delia Malia Caparoso Konzett examines Hollywood's fascination with the Pacific. 
  • Ellen Fitzpatrick

    Outstanding Teacher-Scholar

    Ellen Fitzpatrick is the 2017 recipient of the COLA Lindberg Award.
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    The Significance of Listening

    Education professor Paula M. Salvio co-authors a book on community-based media pedagogies.
  • photo of Joshua Meyrowitz teaching

    In the Final Analysis

    Joshua Meyrowitz teaches students mass media savvy.
  • Painting of canal in Venice by Rafail Sergeevich Levitsky. Photo of Caitlin Truesdale inset.

    Intern in Italy

    Caitlin Truesdale '17 of Peabody, Mass., has been accepted into the prestigious and competitive Peggy Guggenheim Internship Program in Venice, Italy.
  • students and teacher at school

    Supporting the State's Teachers

    UNH was awarded a $200,000 grant to support early childhood STEM teachers in New Hampshire.
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    Visiting Scholar

    Elizabeth Carter, assistant professor of political science, has been named a visiting scholar at Harvard's Center for European Studies.
  • book cover and photo of French

    Trouble at the Border

    UNH researcher Laurence Armand French has co-authored a book on border conflicts in North America.
  • photo of Sharyn Potter

    Innovator of the Week

    UNH sociologist Sharyn Potter was recently featured as Innovator of the Week on the Live Free and Start website.
  • photo of Harriet Fertik

    Humboldt Fellow

    Harriet Fertik, assistant professor of classics, has won a research fellowship that will take her to Germany.
  • books and recordings by UNH COLA faculty, including Nicaragua, The Highest Glass Ceiling and Standoff

    2016 in Books and Recordings

    We in the College aren't the only ones celebrating the fine work of faculty this year. Three faculty books have appeared on prominent "Best of 2016" lists.
  • Robin Ellwood with coworkers

    Twenty-Four Years of Teaching Science Has its Rewards

    Robin Ellwood '85 '93G '13G was among a group of K-12 teachers nationwide to receive the prestigious award.
  • Murray Straus

    Murray A. Straus Memorial Service July 11

    Friends and colleagues of Murray Straus will hold a memorial to commemorate his life and work on Monday, July 11.
  • New UNH COLA Dean Heidi Bostic

    The New Dean

    Heidi Bostic begins her new role as dean of the College of Liberal Arts this month. Bostic will assume leadership on June 27, following the retirement of Kenneth Fuld, who served as the college's...
  • Students exiting Murkland Hall at the University of New Hampshire

    Five Students Named 2016 Trout Scholars

    Five New Hampshire students have been awarded B. Thomas Trout Scholarships from the College of Liberal Arts to support their study abroad experiences in the 2016-17 academic year.
  • Ross Conroy

    The Path to Peace

    Only a dozen or so awards are given each year to graduating seniors who have made an extraordinary mark at UNH. Of those awards, one of the most prestigious is the Hood Achievement Prize, given to...
  • Arlene Kies

    A Celebration of the Life of Arlene Kies Announced

    A celebration of the life of Arlene P. Kies will be held on Sunday, May 29, 2016, at 3 p.m. in the Johnson Theatre of the Paul Creative Arts Center.
  • Doug Lanier, UNH professor

    Shakespeare at the Quad

    One fateful day in high school, Doug Lanier’s English teacher played a 1964 recording of Richard Burton performing Hamlet. When she dropped the needle on the record, she profoundly impacted Lanier’s...
  • An image of the book jacket from UNH Presidential Professor of History Janet Polasky's recent book

    One Historic Honor

    To mark the holiday celebrating the country’s first president, Washington College announced seven finalists for the prestigious George Washington Prize.
  • Isabelle Beagen '18

    Changing Minds

    Falling for Ibsen  When Isabelle Beagen '18 read “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen in her freshman theatre history course, she fell in love.  “Ibsen is a writer in which every prop, every line, every...
  • UNH students eating lunch in China

    Chinese Lunch Special

    On a round wooden table that fills most of the room, a large lazy susan turns slowly, with dishes of eggplant, fish and watermelon floating by, and bowls of obscure meats and vegetables. “Lotus root...
  • University of New Hampshire

    Even as We Speak

    We don’t pahk the cah anymore. That’s at least one of the conclusions coming out of a multi-year study about changes in New Hampshire dialect led by assistant professor of linguistics Maya...
  • Students crossing bridge in winter

    Sustainable Happiness

    Happiness Cubed Happiness studies span disciplines — each of these Liberal Arts course offerings takes its own unique approach to the topic. Interested students might take all three for a multi-...
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    The View from the Coast

    Tom Safford“There isn’t an environmental issue that isn’t a people issue,” contends sociologist Tom Safford.
  • Amal Alzahrani of Saudi Arabia

    International Students Learn More Than English in UNH's English as a Second Language Program

    International students learn more than English in UNH's rapidly-expanding English as a Second Language program.
  • Hilary Bird

    Junior Takes Studies a World Away

    Hilary Bird is a woman who craves the new and the different. A communication major from Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, Hilary decided to study abroad in China this semester because it was one of the few...
  • UNH student at Washington internship with U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen

    Ms. Priest Goes to Washington

    Political science major and Derry, N.H., native Alexandra (Ally) Priest is in Washington, D.C., this semester rubbing elbows with senators, congressional lawmakers, notable White House residents (Bo...
  • New Hampshire high-school student

    Epic

    Hundreds of young people are packed in the hallway outside Bratton Room in the Paul Creative Arts Center.
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