Calendar of Events

5 photos of typical COLA events: theatre, lecture, music, fair, museum

 

Upcoming Events

February
25

A Talk with Maurice Crandall

On Feb. 25, Maurice Crandall, assistant professor of Native American studies at Dartmouth College, will be giving a public lecture from 6-7:30 pm ...
February
25

Bologna, Italy, Study Abroad Program Info Session

Want to spend 6 weeks this summer in beautiful Bologna, Italy? Learn about the study abroad opportunity that will introduce you to the history and ...
February
25

Last Tuesday Alumni Lecture Series: Cara Cabral

Cara Cabral graduated with a BFA in Painting in 2010. Come hear her talk about the myriad of jobs she's had since she graduated, how she got them, ...
February
25

London Program Study Abroad Info Session

Come to London and study in the heart of a great city for spring semester 2021. UNH invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors to come to central Lo ...
February
25

Musical Theatre Voice Studio

The culmination of our students' hard work is presented in the form of a showcase performance open to the public. Come join us and share our stude ...
February
25

UNH Wind Symphony

The program, entitled “Music and Religion”, will feature the UNH Chamber Singers and graduate student conductors Dominick DeFrancisco and Michael ...
February
25

Women in Philosophy Series: "In Their Own Words"

The UNH Philosophy Department's Spring 2020 Film Series, "In Their Own Words," will focus on women in philosophy. Part 1: Hannah ArendtThe series ...
February
26

Anthropology Club Meeting

Anthropology Club invites you to be a part of our exploration through a wide range of disciplines within the study of anthropology. Anthropology i ...
February
26

CANCELLED: UNH Jazz Bands

UNH Jazz BandsNathan Jorgensen, directorThis event had been cancelled 
February
26

Toulouse Study Abroad Info Session

 Come learn more about the short-term study abroad program in Toulouse, France! Students will take a course for the second half of the spring seme ...
February
27

Difficult Conversations - COLA Faculty/Staff Meeting

Dean Michele Dillon facilitates a forum for COLA faculty and staff to discuss how to have difficult conversations around a variety of topics. Toda ...
February
27

Faculty Fellow Talk: Charlotte Witt "Norms as Expertise"

How do norms enter the social world? In Norms as Expertise:  A Neo-Aristotelian Interpretation of Social Normativity Professor of Philosophy Charl ...
February
27

How I Brought Peace to the Middle East: A tragicomedy

“How I Brought Peace to the Middle East: A tragicomedy,” performed by Professor David Kaye, is a 55-minute, one-act play that won a Spotlight on t ...
February
27

Information at Your Fingertips: Files, Gender & Efficiency

Media historian Craig Robertson (Northeastern University) will discuss his forthcoming book on the history of the filing cabinet. His talk is titl ...
February
27

Student Recital #11

 Music majors perform a wide variety of repertoire.Free and open to the public.
February
27

UNH Concert Band and UNH Symphonic Band

he program will include a premiere performance of From the Ashes, composed by UNH alumnus Paul Cravens (UNH ‘16), An Irish Rhapsody by Clare Grund ...
February
28

Student Capstone Performance - Hartwich

The culmination of our students' hard work is presented in the form of a showcase performance open to the public at the end of each semester. Come ...
February
29

Student Capstone Performance - Burke and Wagner

All students pursuing a degree in Theatre & Dance must complete a capstone project which embodies the training they have received throughout their ...
March
01

UNH Concert Choir and UNH Chamber Singers

Goodnight MoonAlex Favazza, conductorJoseph Stevens, pianofeaturing Fern Hill- John Coriglianoand works by Christopher Kies, Joachim Raff, Morten ...
March
02

First Monday: "Captivity and International Law in the Ottoman Middle East"

Will Smiley is Assistant Professor in the Humanities Program (Dept. of Classics, Humanities, and Italian Studies). He is a historian of the Middle ...