English Literature major Gabrielle Scott has been named of on this year's recipients of the B. Thomas Trout Scholars Award. Ms. Scott is a Junior who will use the award to help defray the costs associated with her Summer 2018 study away experience in Dijon, France. When asked for her reaction to being named one of the recipients of this honor, Ms.
PIRC Co-Directors Sharyn Potter and Jane Stapleton are featured in the April edition of Business NH Magazine, where they discuss the importance of ending sexual harassment in the workplace and the steps to take to improve office culture for women.
PIRC researchers, Sharyn Potter, Rebecca Howard, Sharon Murphy, and Mary Moynihan, have published a new study in the Journal of American College Health focusing on the long-term educational and economic impacts for victims of campus sexual assault.
Poet Charles Simic will be the featured guest in the Kittery Art Association’s annual Mangion Memorial Poetry Celebration on Saturday, May 5, beginning with a public interview and craft talk with the poet from 3:00pm to 4:30pm in the afternoon, and the
In a press release announcing James W. Dean Jr. as UNH's 20th President, Prevention Innovations Research Center is recognized as "the nation's leading research center on how to effectively prevent sexual assaults."
The Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition includes candidates Paddy Aidan, Tatiana Makarova, and Ron Prigat. A gallery talk for the Master of Fine Art candidates will take place, Wednesday, April 25, 12:10-1:00 p.m.
“Journalists are in the unique position of having front row seats to history as it unfolds. Journalists also have the immense responsibility of holding those in positions of power accountable and, in my case, bringing visibility to LGBT rights activists and movements throughout the world.”