Julie Rovner, noted health journalist from Kaiser Health News, outlined key factors impacting the current state of our health care system and what to watch for as the election and Supreme Court appointments and challenges to the ACA unfold over the next few months.
A report by Seacoastonline.com mentions the work of Portsmouth High School's We Speak social justice group, which is petitioning the Portsmouth City Council to rename Columbus Day to Indegienous Peoples' Day. We Speak is overseen by science teacher Kimberly McGlinchey and New Hampshire Listens facilitator Andres Mejia
Three National Institute of Justice grants totaling more than $2 million will support UNH research on child sex trafficking and Internet crimes like sextortion and cyberstalking.
Kabria Baumgartner wins awards for her first book.
What does COVID-19 bring besides sickness and death, and what does it leave in its wake? Dr. Rosemary Caron, faculty fellow at Carsey, will give a Zoom presentation at on October 7 at 10 a.m. on the “Overall Effects of Coronavirus and Other Pandemics.” Register by emailing email@example.com. Include your name, the program title “Overall Effects of Coronavirus,” and the community where you live.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold over the past several months, more and more people have found themselves with time to devote to outdoor recreation.
UNH research professor Charles Smith for the 2020 AGU Carrington Award for excellence in space physics outreach.