MFA candidate Mike Riello is designing and teaching an after-school poetry class at Dover Middle School. He'll be working weekly with a group of ten to fifteen students, ages twelve to fourteen. The course description is as follows.
A study conducted by four UNH graduate students has shown that students who witness an alcohol-related arrest are more likely to avoid bad behavior while drinking, while those actually arrested are more apt to continue negative behavior.
In the Northeast, white people tend to think of themselves as progressive in terms of race relations, suggests historian Jason Sokol. After all, the North was on the side of abolition in the 1800s, civil rights in the 1900s, and the first African-American president in the current century.
When Mondi Lam arrived in Durham in 2011 from the teeming streets of Hong Kong, she looked at the rolling farmland and quiet roads and wondered “what can I possibly do here?” Now only weeks away from December graduation and on track for summa cum laude, she reflects on how she found the answer.
College faculty had an extraordinary year of publication, with over 30 books and recordings released. In addition to the works listed here, scholarly and creative efforts included journal articles, book chapters, white papers, visual art, scores, and scripts.
Review of new population projections released today by the Census Bureau finds that the pace of population growth in the U.S. is slowing while the population continues to become more diverse, according to analysis from the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire.