Music theory major Molly McCahan was only 5 years old when she started taking piano lessons, and she was singing and dancing even earlier. The daughter of music-loving parents, McCahan grew up surrounded by song in her Plymouth, N.H., home. By the time she was considering career paths in high school, her talent and passion for music were deeply rooted.
This past January, Tom Paine’s short story, “The Hot War,” led off the stellar literary magazine, Zoetrope: All-Story. Paine is the author of The Pearl of Kuwait (2003), a novel set during the 1991 Gulf War.
Kevin McAleese of Nashua is the recipient of a prestigious Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) which will fully finance his study of beginning Azeri language for eight weeks this summer in Baku, Azerbaijan, at the Azerbaijan University of Languages.
You may be reading these words on your smart phone. Or your iPad. Or your laptop. Regardless, if you’re perusing UNH Today you are engaging with the digital world. This summer, a new UNH anthropology course will explore such interactions between humans and the digital landscape.
Columbia University announced today that W. Jeffrey Bolster, associate professor of history at the University of New Hampshire, is one of two recipients of the 2013 Bancroft Prize for his gripping and eloquent history of the human impact on the ocean.
Katie Edwards, assistant professor of psychology and women’s studies, recently was one of a select group of researchers to attend the “1 is 2 Many Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month” event at the White House.