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.
Second-generation teenage victims of the Balkan Wars (1991-2002) are struggling with violence and substance abuse due in large part because their parents were never treated for war trauma, according to new research from the University of New Hampshire.
The Department of Art & Art History is pleased to announce that students can now elect to receive a B.A. in the Arts with both the Studio Art option and the Art History option. Students must complete the requirements for both options; no more than 8 credits used to satisfy one option can be used as requirements for the other option.
Meredith Hall, Emeritus Lecturer and Adjunct Faculty in the Writing MFA Program, was recently named in Flavorwire's and the journal Creative Nonfiction's list, "17 Essays by Female Writers That Everyone Should Read." Her piece, "Shunned," was her first published essay, in 2003. It won the Pushcart Prize and was a Notable in Best American Essays.
The UNH Department of Women’s Studies has launched the "Who Needs Feminism" campaign. We asked Molly Branch, project coordinator of the Who Needs Feminism campaign and a senior English teaching and women’s studies major, to tell us a little about it.
The state of New Hampshire made history last fall when it became the first state with an all-female Congressional delegation. This March, UNH will celebrate this milestone as part of Women’s History Month.
Once again, Confucius Institute-UNH is organizing a UNH student summer trip to China at the end of May. The trip will last 3 weeks. Students will tour in China visiting such places as Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai for a week and take a Summer Experience in China course (UNH CHIN 420) for over two weeks at Chengdu University.