Dean Kenneth Fuld is delighted to announce that W. Jeffrey Bolster, Professor of History, has been selected as the 2015 recipient of the Lindberg Award, given annually to the outstanding teacher-scholar in the College of Liberal Arts.
With freezing temperatures and waves of winter storms inundating much of the country, it’s hard not to feel a little worn out. Beyond light therapy boxes and keeping our chins up, is there anything we can do to sustain a little positivity?
It was only a generation ago that Manchester residents joked about needing a passport to visit the French-Canadian neighborhoods on the city’s west side. Cross the Merrimack River and you might hear conversations in French while getting poutine at a neighborhood restaurant. For decades, it’s what passed for diversity in a city with a homogenous racial make-up.
The University of New Hampshire's Department of English is pleased to announce that acclaimed poet Jean Valentine will read from her work and hold a Q & A session at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 5, 2015 at the Memorial Union Building, Theatre I, on the Durham Campus, as part of the UNH Writers Series.
Reserve a front row seat to the phenomenon that is New Hampshire’s presidential primary in the University of New Hampshire’s first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) this fall. The six-week course, FIRST! Understanding New Hampshire’s Presidential Primary, is free and open to anyone, anywhere, leading up to the primaries in early 2016.
When the campaign trails are set ablaze, New Hampshire is the political hot spot. University of New Hampshire political science professors Andrew Smith and Dante Scala want to ignite the flames as they prepare to launch a massive open online course (MOOC) focused completely on the New Hampshire presidential primary...