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Tejas Moses creates Japanese-inspired pottery the traditional and sustainable way.
Some objects improve our lives simply because they are beautiful. So says Tejas Moses, a junior fine arts and sustainability dual major who works in ceramics — crafting pots, plates and pitchers out of merest clay.

Departments & Programs

Alumni Successes

  • International Affairs and Environmental Conservation Majors
    Executive Director, Sustainable Harvest International
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    International Affairs and Spanish Majors
    Assistant Director, Career Events and Alumni Relations
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    Philosophy Major
    Philosophy Professor
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    Philosophy Major
    Systems Engineer at Google
  • Anthropology Major
    Project Director, UNH Sustainability Institute

Inspiring Possibilities

UNH College of Liberal Arts graduates thrive in the workplace and in their lives.