DURHAM, NH –The Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire is hosting its third LiveARTS!, a program for musical arts. A surprising medley of university talent from solo student artists, trios or other music groups will perform in an “open mic” coffee house format. LiveARTS! takes place on Thursday, February 16, from 6:00 pm -7:30 pm.
Sharyn Potter, associate professor of sociology and executive director of research for Prevention Innovations Research Center, is featured in today's Chronicle of Higher Education in their story, "How a 20-Page Letter Changed the Way Higher Education Handles Sexual Assault."
Laurence Armand French, senior researcher and affiliate professor of justice studies, has published a new book, co–written with Magdaleno Manzanarez, professor of political science at Western New Mexico University, titled “North American Border Conflicts: Race, Politics, and Ethics” (CRC Press, 2016).
Thanks to a $824,000 grant over three years from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the University of New Hampshire and the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) will establish the New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative to promote study of the humanities, support the transfer of community college students in the humanities to the university and develop a humanities curriculum focused on grand challenges.
Harriet Fertik, assistant professor of classics, has been awarded a research fellowship for postdoctoral researchers from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. She will spend the academic year 2017-2018 at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Every four years, the University of New Hampshire Department of Theatre and Dance, in conjunction with “Cultural Stages: The Woodward International Drama and Dance Initiative,” is honored to select a brand new play to be presented as a part of its Main Stage Season.
Nina Louise Morrison, instructor of playwriting at the UNH Theatre & Dance Department, was chosen by the Massachusetts Cultural Council to recieve a 2017 Artist Fellowship in Dramatic Writing. Morrison is one of sixteen artists who will receive a $12,000 fellowship.
Only 25 percent of those who say they voted for Donald Trump agree with the scientific consensus that human activities are changing Earth’s climate, according to new survey research at the University of New Hampshire.