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Reading, Responding, and Witnessing

Reading, Responding, and Witnessing

Eden Wales Freedman, a 2014 graduate from UNH’s PhD English program, has been awarded the 2020 Eudora Welty prize for her recent book, Reading Testimony, Witnessing Trauma: Confronting Race, Gender, and Violence in American Literature. Wales Freedman’s book, which came directly from her... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Charlotte Gross
    - STAF Spotlight: Scanning for Smoke
    I’m perched in Banner Mt. Lookout sixty feet above the ground. Five miles to the west, the Jones Fire tears through brush and timber. Smoke billows up thick and white, then a... Read More
  • Della Burke
    - STAF Spotlight: At the Edge of Hookup Culture
    ‘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... Read More
  • Tamara Marcus holding a banner during protest march
    - A Movement Not A Moment
    Tamara Marcus knows that if there isn’t a way to address a problem, you find one. A Ph.D. candidate at UNH, Marcus helped cofound the Advocates for Social Justice in Cedar Rapids... Read More
  • Cammie Gray
    - STAF Spotlight: The Secret is in Making Connections
    How do you convince an undergraduate that a mandatory course is worth taking beyond the requirements for their major? This question is central to the research of Cammie Gray, PhD... Read More
  • Natalie Lounsbury
    - No Till, No Problem
     Natalie Lounsbury, a graduate student studying agroecology in UNH’s Natural Resources and Earth System Sciences Ph.D. program, has received a 2020 Switzer Fellowship.  Read More
  • Simone Chapman stands at the beach
    - Environmental Justice
    Simone Chapman ’20G, a master’s student in environmental conservation at UNH, has received a Science Policy Fellowship from the Gulf Research Program of the National Academies of... Read More
  • Great Bay in fall
    - Living Laboratory
    Anna Lowien, a masters student in the natural resources department, was recently awarded an inaugural Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship through the National Oceanic and... Read More
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  • Abigail Baker
    - Being Part of the Wave
    There’s a pretty big gap between a career in design research and one in occupational therapy, but Abigail Baker has found herself a bridge. Not only that, she’s been awarded a $10... Read More
  • Kate Slater
    - A World Shaped By Race
    In the two months since George Floyd was killed by police, protesters have continued to call for change. They might not march every day in every city, but they are still marching. Read More