Laura LaPlante was an economics and philosophy double major from Hancock, N.H., who graduated summa cum laude from UNH in 2010. She attended the University of Chicago Law School until May 3, 2014, when, tragically, she died in a motor vehicle accident just weeks before her graduation.
UNH Guitar instructor, David Newsam, is very excited to be reestablishing a classical guitar program in the Music Department. Guitar students will participate in the guitar studio class (jazz and classical guitarists combined) and may participate in the Chamber Music program if they so choose.
The Department of Psychology and Prevention Innovations have received a grant in excess of one million dollars from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to test the effectiveness of Prevention Innovations’ sexual assault and relationship violence bystander prevention program, Bringi
Professor of history W. Jeffrey Bolster was awarded the History Award Medal from the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.) earlier this month in Laconia, NH. The award recognizes contributions that significantly advance the understanding of our nation’s past through the study and promotion of an aspect of American History. The D.A.R.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte stopped by UNH on Tuesday to outline the components of her new bill, which would push institutes of higher education to take more responsibility for sexual violence on campus, only to find the university has already implemented nearly all of these policies.
Freeman A. Hrabowski III, president of University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), will speak at the University of New Hampshire in Durham on Thursday, October 30, at noon in the Huddleston Ballroom. The event is free and open to the public.
More young adults were covered by health insurance in 2012, substantially due to a provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) which extends coverage to adult children, according to new research from the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire.
Six percent of U.S. children and youth missed a day of school over the course of a year because they were the victim of violence or abuse at school. This was a major finding of a study on school safety by University of New Hampshire researchers published this month in the Journal of School Violence.