The "Bringing in the Bystander" Program is mentioned directly in this opinion piece by Georgetown University student, Olivia Hinerfeld, about the importance of bystander intervention on college campuses.
The Inuit of Greenland have the most toxic bodies on the planet. A traditional people living in a pristine artic wonderland would seem the least likely to suffer from the hazards of the industrialized world. But pollutants travel north, concentrating as they move up the food chain, and the Inuit are at the top of that chain.
Professor Earl C. Hagstrom died peacefully on October 16, 2016 at the age of 88. Earl was a faculty member in the Department of Psychology from 1965 until 1994. He graduated from Tufts University in 1952 and received his Ph.D. from Brown University in 1957.
Aldrich began teaching English at Laconia High School in the fall of 2009, and during the last eight years, he’s made community, compassion and critical thinking the pillars of his teaching philosophy.
The University of New Hampshire Department of Art and Art History will participate in a collaborative exhibition devoted to the theme of climate change that will run from October 21 to November 12, 2016 at 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, N.H.
Lisa Moll, an alumna of the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program, has turned her UNH research paper into a book, "Rye’s Battle of the Century: Saving the New Hampshire Seacoast from Olympic Oil." Moll tells the story of the 1973 effort by Aristotle Onassis’ oil company to build a refinery using the Isles of Shoals as a docking station for tankers.