Susan Dumais '88 '02G

Susan Dumais '88 '02G's Articles

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    The Vaccine Hesitant

    UNH researchers provide perspective and recommendations on COVID-19 vaccine administration.
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    GeoBowl Winners

    A UNH geography team wins the regional GeoBowl and heads to the virtual national competition.
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    Rolling Up Our Sleeves

    New lab is a hub for engaging with global racial and social inequality.
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    Going Local

    New fellowship connects student with a New Hampshire Indonesian community.
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    Hope is a Discipline

    Campus mural brings a splash of color and hope for social justice.
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    On the Bookshelf

    Take a look at a roundup of books published by College of Liberal Arts faculty in 2021.
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    COLA's Newest Faculty

    The College welcomes ten new faculty members this year.
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    “You’re the Top”

    COLA faculty are honored with university-wide awards.
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    Passings: Peter Dodge

    An emeritus sociology professor is remembered.
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    College Student of the Year

    Aubrey Porter ’22 is recognized by Stay Work Play New Hampshire.
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    Holloway Prize Winner

    A philosophy student’s innovative idea wins the top prize at a business competition.
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    Manger de la Poutine

    The UNH French Club supports New Hampshire Francophone culture at PoutineFest.
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    Germany's Future

    Germany's federal elections are the subject of a fall 2021 event series.
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    Pulse of New Hampshire

    The latest results from the monthly Granite State Poll, conducted by the UNH Survey Center, are in. This month's topics cover political opinion, from approval ratings of Governor Sununu to the NH...
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    First in the Nation

    In 1919, UNH convened a women’s School for Citizenship that proved a model for the nation.
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    Giant Masks

    Students take the concept of mask-wearing to a whole new level.
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    Crack Faculty

    COLA celebrates award-winning faculty in the College.
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    Lindberg Honor

    John Mayer, professor of psychology, is named the 2021 Lindberg Award winner in COLA.
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    Assessing Personality

    John Mayer wins an award for a distinguished contribution to the literature in personality assessment.
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    Technological Creativity

    Melinda White and Ekaterina Burvikova are recognized in COLA for curricular innovation through the use of technology.
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    Crown Center Fellow

    Jennie Sowers is awarded a fellowship to complete her book project on Middle Eastern wars.
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    COLA in Inquiry

    The Undergraduate Research Journal features research by COLA majors.
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    The Telephone in America’s Long 20th Century

    Josh Lauer wins coveted NEH and Library of Congress Fellowships for his book project.
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    Slavery and Universities

    Alexis Broderick is named a Charles Warren Visiting Scholar at Harvard.
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    Passings: Francis D. McCann

    An emeritus UNH historian is memorialized.
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    Prestigious NSF Graduate Fellowships Awarded

    Four UNH students have received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, given to students pursuing master's and doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics...
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    The Band Marches On

    UNH students perform virtually with the Intercollegiate Marching Band.
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    Education Research

    Three COLA faculty win competitive Spencer Foundation grants.
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    A Matter of Life and Death

    Mike Alvarez explores the interplay of trauma, creativity and suicide.
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    2020 Books in COLA

    Take a look at a roundup of books published by College of Liberal Arts faculty.
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    Pioneer

    David Finkelhor is named to the 2020 list of highly cited researchers.
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    Silver Linings

    The UNH Geography Club wins second place in a regional geography competition.
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    Top Teacher-Scholar

    Lawrence Prelli, professor of communication, is named 2020 Lindberg Award winner in COLA.
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    Book of the Year

    Kevin Healey wins award for “Ethics and Religion in the Age of Social Media.”
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    New Faculty in COLA

    Nine scholars join the ranks of College of Liberal Arts faculty. Click the images below to learn about these stellar new faculty.
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    Museum Leader

    Museum of Art director Kristina Durocher is named president of a national organization.
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    Passing: Dwight Webb

    An associate professor emeritus of education passes away.
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    Book Kudos

    Kabria Baumgartner wins awards for her first book.
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    Inaugural Fellow

    Kabria Baumgartner is appointed COLA’s faculty fellow for equity and inclusion.
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    Passings in COLA

    Remembering emeritus faculty we've lost.
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    HYPE 2020

    Souhegan High School Ethics Forum will hold HYPE conference at UNH.
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    Historical Dialogue on Slavery

    A UNH historian participates in the NYT 1619 Project.
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    New Rankings for COLA Programs

    Music and justice studies programs earn spots on GradReports' top 25 lists.
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    The Graphic Narrative Goes to China

    UNH English professor Monica Chiu introduced Asian American studies and graphic narrative to Chinese students and scholars.
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    They’re All That

    COLA faculty are recognized for excellence.
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    2019 Books in COLA

    A roundup of books published by College of Liberal Arts faculty and staff.
  • Kendra Bostick ’23 accepting prize

    Creative Concepts

    Liberal arts students, alumni take home prizes in the NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge.
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    Award Winning Book

    Fredrik Meiton's book, "Electrical Palestine," is recognized with two awards.
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    2020 Politics

    UNH hosts mock national political conventions Nov. 2.
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    Name That Place

    UNH team takes second in regional GeoBowl.
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