College Letter 05/2015
Five stellar students take off on their next adventures.
They’re in a hurry! These five liberal arts fellows have written for startups, taken on minors and editorships, applied for grants, studied abroad, starred in plays, and when it comes to internships, they’ve broken records. From New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, and Washington—they leave UNH for new frontiers. We’ll miss them, but heck, they’re unstoppable. Good luck to our fellows and all 2015 graduates!
Dave Seiler's curtain call.
This year, professor of music David Seiler was named the University Distinguished Professor, a high honor reserved for only a handful of the University's faculty. As it happens, Dave is retiring at the close of the academic year after serving for 43 years on the UNH faculty.
A new literacy center serves students and educators throughout New Hampshire.
“Literacy is at the core of students’ academic success; it plays a role in virtually everything else they do in school,” says associate professor of education Ruth Wharton-McDonald.