There's a café near Julie Rosenbach's City Hall office that she often visits. One morning she forgot her travel mug and ordered coffee to go in a paper cup. When someone made an offhand comment about her "walking the talk," Rosenbach countered that she didn't have to be perfect — even if she is South Portland, Maine's, first director of sustainability.
Stephanie Kuhn ’15 of Kittery, Maine is the recipient of the Stanley A. Hamel Traveling Fellowship for 2015. The fellowship was established in 2013 and funded by a generous endowment from Stanley A. Hamel through the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Administered through the UNH Office of National Fellowships, the Stanley A.
The UNH Center for the Humanities is pleased to announce a new initiative and corresponding funding opportunity for UNH faculty. With generous support from the Senior Vice Provost for Research, the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Outreach, and the Provost, the UNH Center for the Humanities will offer the first Fellowships in Publicly Engaged Humanities (up to t
Andrew E. Smith has co-written a book that examines the history and impacts that the New Hampshire first-in-the-nation primary has on American presidential politics. The First Primary: New Hampshire's Outsize Role in Presidential Nominations is co-authored by David W.
Provost PT Vasudevan announced yesterday that Mary Rhiel, professor of German and faculty fellow in the College, has agreed to serve as interim senior vice provost for academic affairs, effective immediately.
While dual-earner families are doing relatively well, family income overall has been stagnant or decreasing among single-earner families resulting in a widening income gap, according to new research from the University of New Hampshire.