Inclusion

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Educators Unite to Ease College Transition

The passage from high school to college can be challenging, and it can be especially difficult for first-generation and multilingual learners. In response, a multidisciplinary team from UNH Manchester created a workshop to ease the transition to higher education for students in our communities. Read More

Recent Stories

  • ROTC students at flagpole on Veterans Day
    - Honoring Those Who Served
    UNH ROTC students held a vigil at the Thompson Hall flagpole Friday, Nov. 9,  in honor of Veterans Day.  Read More
  • THe UNH campus in fall
    - Spreading More Light and Kindness
    As the nation mourns the loss of innocent lives in recent shootings, UNH reaffirms its commitment to peace, tolerance and respect. Read More
  • The BNEC event flyer
    - Express Yourself
    BHTNH and UNH’s Center for the Humanities are hosting the 12th Annual Black New England Conference Oct. 19-20. Read More
  • UNH students taking part in Semester in the City in Boston
    - Working for Good
    The CSIE has announced the 2018 Fall Cohort for UNH’s acclaimed Semester in the City program. Read More
  • UNH community members getting free haircuts
    - Cuts and Connections
    The Barber Shop is an event that combines culture, conversation and communication to build relationships within the UNH community. Read More
  • photo of Aria Halliday
    - Duke Fellow
    A UNH women’s studies faculty member was awarded a Duke University summer fellowship on tenure. Read More
  • UNH's Lu Ferrell
    - Helping Students Thrive
    OMSA's interim director is committed to social justice education and working with underrepresented members of the campus. Read More
  • Students on the UNH campus
    - Encouraging Respect and Civility
    In a letter to students,  John Kirkpatrick offers students ways to honor UNH's heritage.  Read More
  • photo of Katie Edwards
    - NSF Funds New Violence Study
    Researchers at UNH will study the impact of intimate partner violence thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation. Read More
  • A graphic of UNH Northeast Passage's PATH program
    - A PATH Forward
    Northeast Passage has received a Bob Woodruff Foundation grant to support its successful PATH program. Read More