The first thing you notice is the swirl of vibrant colors — red, orange, blue, green — and the larger-than-life figures, both in their design and significance to UNH, chosen to visually mark the university’s 150-year history.
by John Lannamann, associate professor of communication
We received the sad news that our former colleague and good friend John Shotter died at his home in Whittlesford, England. John came to the Communication Department in 1991 and served as chair of the department from 1999 until 2001. He retired from UNH in 2004.
uSafeUS, a mobile app that share resources to help survivors of sexual assault and their allies, won third place in the statewide NH Social Venture Challenge. The team received a cash prize of $2,500, as well as an additional $2,500 anonymous donation.
Faculty members inspire students and colleagues through creativity and dedication.
The University of New Hampshire annually selects a small number of outstanding faculty for special recognition of achievement. This year, five faculty members from the College of Liberal Arts are honored for their excellence in teaching and engagement:
A UNH alumnus is featured in this story on New Hampshire Public Radio about a high school production of Macbeth that is set in Syria. Sanborn high school teacher and the play’s director, Evan Czyzowski ’03 (English) ‘05G (English Lit), is using Macbeth to start conversations with his students about current events.