College Letter 02/2014
Psychology professor John Mayer explores a comprehensive ability in his new book.
Being attuned to one’s intuition, dreams, and thoughts is key to personal understanding, like a door suddenly cracking open just enough to let in light to a darkened room. Psychology professor John Mayer is an innovator in intelligence research. He has written more than 125 scientific articles, books, and psychological tests, including the internationally known Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence test. [Read more]
The first in a three-part series on the value of a liberal arts education in the twenty-first century.
How do liberal arts graduates fare in the marketplace? What do employers think when they assess liberal arts graduates? We know our UNH liberal arts graduates have successful careers, but we want to offer you a look at the big picture. [Read more]
An Egyptian Fulbright scholar reflects on cultural perceptions and politics in his homeland.
When Egyptian national Islam Karkour arrived in Durham last August, he expected to find a bustling city, definitely smaller than New York City, but with a Big Apple vibe. America, to him, was New York, Washington D.C., or Boston—urban, tough, and loud. He was shocked to find UNH nestled in a quiet countryside where the sidewalks roll up at 6 p.m. [Read more]