Garry Rayno of InDepthNH.org covers the New Hampshire Commission to Study School Funding – working in collaboration with the Carsey School – and the Commission's recent release of a report from the American Institutes for Research and what that report found, namely that the quality of education that NH students receive depends on where they live and that poorer communities pay higher tax rates for less educational resources.
Back in June, in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd, we promised you that the university’s leadership team would spend the summer listening and enhancing our knowledge about issues of racism, diversity, equity and inclusion, and then come to you with an action plan for UNH.
Kabria Baumgartner is appointed COLA’s faculty fellow for equity and inclusion.
Get to know Sean DeSautelle '21, one of our Mentor Ambassadors for Transfer Engagement (MATEs) who helps incoming transfers adjust to the academic, cultural and social climate at UNH Manchester.
Kenneth Holmes, senior vice provost for student life, talks with UNH Today about his new role.
The Daily Yonder cited research from Carsey School of Public Policy researchers Ken Johnson and Dan Lichter that examines how the popular belief of the decline of rural America has more to do with our classification of metropolitan versus nonmetropolitan areas and less to do with rural America actually being eliminated.
‘Hookup culture’—broadly defined as a culture that accepts and encourages uncommitted sexual encounters between consenting individuals—is a prominent part of life on college campuses, and the dissertation topic of sociology PhD student Della Burke.