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A Message From the President on Diversity Equity and Inclusion Initiatives

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.    Read More

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    - Reclaiming Our History
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    - The Reluctant Beauty Queen
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  • UNH alumna Kate Clifford Larson
    - An Unprecedented Moment
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    - SPARK 2016
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    - The People Factor
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  • Ken Johnson, senior demographer at the UNH Carsey School for Public Policy
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  • UNH professor Julia Rodriguez
    - UNH Historian Receives NEH Award
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    - The Right Place, the Right Time
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