Susan Dumais '88 '02G

Susan Dumais '88 '02G's Articles

  • Liz Moschella

    MAJS Graduate Receives UNH Research Award

    Liz Moschella, a 2015 graduate of the Master is Justice Studies program at UNH, has received the Graduate School Research Award for her research in justice studies. Moschella is currently in the Ph.D...
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    Ph.D. Candidate Wins NeMLA Fellowship

    Catherine Welter, an English Literature Ph.D. candidate, has won a Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) summer fellowship to support archival work in Canterbury, England, related to her...
  • 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...
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    English Students Forming New Writing Club, Wildcat Wordsmiths

    English students Melissa Hurlburt, Stephanie Mazejka and Sarahanne Kent are in the process of starting a new student organization devoted to creative writing, called Wildcat Wordsmiths. Their goal is...
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    New Volume Explores Genre of Spanish Historical Novel

    ssociate professor of Spanish Carmen García de la Rasilla has edited a new volume of essays on the modern Spanish historical novel titled "La novela histórica española contemporánea: novedades y...
  • 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.
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    Music Professor Publishes Book of Reviews on Classical Recordings

    Associate professor of music Rob Haskins has been a critic for "The American Record Guide" since 1993. In his newest book, "Classical Listening: Two Decades of Reviews from 'The American Record Guide...
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    Time Changes Still

    "My approach was to look at this place — my home — and think about it as View Slideshowif it were already in my past."
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    Arts On the Road

    With help from donors, students and faculty in the university’s performing arts programs are taking the creativity that happens on campus off, from the Seacoast to the North Country, urban to rural.
  • 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...
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    Student Sculpture on the Great Lawn

    Two students in Prof. Akiyama's sculpture workshop course have installed public sculpture on the Great Lawn on campus. These are temporary exhibits that will be taken down within the next few weeks....
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    COLA Faculty Honored with University Awards and Professorships

    Faculty members in the College of Liberal Arts have been selected for a number of prestigious university awards.
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    Communication Professor Publishes Book on Motherhood Business

    For the past eight years, the Souhegan High School Ethics Forum has taken the lead on organizing the statewide conference HYPE (Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts), founded by SHS Ethics Forum...
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    Fulbright Specialist

    UNH researcher Laurence French is selected as a Fulbright Specialist to Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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    One Historic Honor

    To mark the holiday celebrating the country’s first president, Washington College announced seven finalists for the prestigious George Washington Prize.
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    UNH and Currier Museum of Art Celebrate 400 Years of Shakespeare, Featuring Exhibition of 1623 “First Folio”

    The University of New Hampshire in conjunction with the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH is sponsoring a series of events in the winter and spring of 2016 to commemorate the 400thanniversary...
  • Arlene P. Kies

    Passing: Arlene P. Kies

    Arlene Pepe Kies died peacefully at home on February 11, 2016, following a two-year battle with cancer. She confronted her illness with dignity, strength and grace, and continued to support and be...
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    UNH Sociologist David Finkelhor in Washington Post

    UNH sociologist David Finkelhor, director of the Crimes Against Children Research Center, has published an opinion piece in "The Washington Post" that warns about placing too much emphasis on online...
  • UNH Journalism Students Cover Democratic Debate on Campus

    UNH Journalism Students Cover Democratic Debate on Campus

    Students from the University of New Hampshire's journalism classes and The New Hampshire student newspaper cover the Democratic Debate held on campus before the 2016 NH Primary. Link to the class...
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    Poll Results: Sanders Widens NH Lead, Almost Half of Democrats Still Not Decided

    New poll results from the UNH Survey Center show that Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has increased his lead over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire. Sanders’ popularity among...
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    Museum of Art Hosts LiveARTS! an Evening of Open Mic with the University Community, Feb. 11

    The Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire is hosting LiveARTS!, a program for musical arts. A surprising medley of university talent from solo student artists, trios or other music groups will...
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    Getting Used to Old Age and Retirement

    UNH Professor Emeritus of English Tom Carnicelli has written a book of poems about his thoughts and feelings during the first few years of retirement. "Old Guy Part One: Gettings Used to Old Age and...
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    The Elements of Mental Tests, Second Edition

    "The Elements of Mental Tests" provides an introduction to mental testing and the use of psychological and educational measures. 
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    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...
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    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...
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    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...
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    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 Power of Liberal Arts in the Marketplace

    The value of a liberal arts education in the twenty-first century.
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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.
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    Students Eat Up Course On Geography

    Blake Gumprecht, associate professor of geography and chair of the Geography Department A Professor Uses Food to Teach Geography Combine a cup and a half of late-season Quebec maple syrup and a cup...
  • 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...
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    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...
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    Hundreds of young people are packed in the hallway outside Bratton Room in the Paul Creative Arts Center.
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