Seventy-three percent of Americans trust science agencies like NASA for information about climate change, according to new research released by the Carsey School of Public Policy at UNH. This includes a substantial majority within every political group.
In this Fosters.com article, UNH alumnus Mike Michaud '92 '07G, an associate professor of English at Rhode Island College, tells of his visit to UNH to use the new Donald Murray collection at the Dimond Library. He is conducting research for a book about the history of writing programs at UNH.
Three UNH dance students along with Prof. Gay Nardone visited China this past May on a trip sponsored by the UNH Confucius Institute. The UNH students participated in three performances at Chengdu University and at Chengdu Institute of Technology. In addition to the dancers, the UNH contingent included Prof.
An internship in cultural heritage helps put New Hampshire’s indigenous history on the map.
When it comes to telling the stories of indigenous people in New Hampshire, the “official” history — found on historical site markers, in text books and on public murals, among other places — only tells part of the story.
Jeannie Sowers, associate professor of political science, has been awarded a two-year grant from the Gerda Henkel Stiftung Foundation for her project, “Targeting Environmental Infrastructures: Water, Energy, and Civilians in the New Middle Eastern Wars,” with Prof. Erika Weinthal at Duke University.