No one is playing second fiddle lately in Durham. Thanks to the recently formed University of New Hampshire Youth Symphony Orchestra (UNH-YSO), young Seacoast musicians have found an opportunity to combine their time and talent in a new and harmonious way. Under the leadership of Dr.
Several academic departments and research centers in the College of Liberal Arts (COLA) have moved over the summer and are starting the fall semester in new or renovated locations. Here's a rundown by building of where departments and centers are now housed.
The University Of New Hampshire Department Of Music Traditional Jazz Series presents the Dena DeRose Trio with Dena DeRose, piano and vocals, Martin Wind, bass, Matt Wilson, drums, and special guest, Eric Alexander, saxophone.
Laurence Armand French '68 '70G '75G, a UNH researcher and affiliate professor of Justiceworks, has been awarded the Distinguished Career Contribution to Research Award from the Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race (Division 45) of the American Psychological Association.
The University of New Hampshire Celebrity Series is proud to announce its 2014-2015 season. We invite the community to join us for these performances in the Paul Creative Arts Center's Johnson Theatre in Durham. Tickets can be purchased on line at www.unharts.com.
Padtaig Mahou was able to intern and then volunteer at the Krempels Center (non-profit brain injury community center) and felt that his whole approach to writing and recovery gave him a path towards working in the art therapy world. "Towards Being Infinite" is a play off the "TBI" acronym and the book costs $10.00 with all proceeds going to Krempels.