Internships are a great way to gain work experience in your field of interest before you graduate.
Many internships are non-credited, non-academic experiences, intended to allow you to apply the knowledge you have gained during your academic experience. Some internships allow you to earn academic credit. For these, you must work closely with a professor who directs an academic component of the internship that has been agreed upon and planned in advance of the experience.
As a major research university, UNH provides all students with the unique and valuable opportunity to conduct research during their undergraduate years.
Please visit the COLA Scholarships & Financial Aid page for details concerning Anthropology scholarships.
The purpose of this journal is to provide a venue for UNH students to publish and share their work with the university community and the general public. As a discipline, anthropology has numerous subfields, including archaeology, medical anthropology, applied anthropology, socio-cultural anthropology, visual anthropology, and socio-linguistics, among others. We encourage submissions from all subfields, but will also consider interdisciplinary work.
The department offers two study abroad programs in Belize:
- Archaeological Survey and Mapping in Belize (January Term)
- Four-week Archaeological Field School in Belize (Summer Term)
The College of Liberal Arts Center for Study Abroad manages additional study abroad programs that are high-quality, time-tested and convenient. The UNH Global Education Center also administers study abroad and exchange programs and approves scores of non-UNH programs. UNH also offers opportunities for new experiences right here in the U.S. with national exchange programs.