Sasa Tang, political science and international affairs class of 2011 and Phi Beta Kappan, is currently working on her Ph.D. at American University in Washington, D.C. After graduating from UNH, Sasa served in Peace Corps Morocco from 2012-2014 working on issues of women and girls empowerment. Her current Ph.D.
Learn about a student athlete who battles Crohn's Disease, a UNH Dairy student's daily life or the adventures of a student pilot. It's all in these videos created by UNH students in ENGL 712: Advanced/Multimedia Reporting class last semester.
The University of New Hampshire has received a three-year $724,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, which will be used by the Center for the Humanities to host residential summer institutes that will train humanists to work in the public realm and embrace community engagement.
History professor Jason Sokol's recent book, "The Heavens Might Crack: The Death and Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.," appears on The Washington Post's summer reading list, "The 39 Books We're Talking About This Summer."
From Mask and Dagger productions to singing the National Anthem for thousands at this year’s commencement, Amanda Giglio ’18 has been a familiar face on stage and backstage in UNH’s musical theatre scene. It’s no surprise she will be working for one of the Seacoast’s most popular venues.
The 66th Annual Beta of New Hampshire Phi Beta Kappa initiation was held on May 12, 2018. Sixty-one students were initiated into UNH’s chapter of the oldest and most prestigious of honor societies founded by a group of young scholars at the College of William and Mary (including Thomas Jefferson) in 1776.