The fifth annual New Hampshire Social Venture Innovation Challenge at the University of New Hampshire concluded earlier this week, with liberal arts students prominent among the competition winners and finalists.
The University of New Hampshire is the state's host site for the eleventh annual China Town Hall, an international event that will focus on Sino-American relations and feature the former National Security Adviser, Ambassador Susan Rice.
Mica Stark ’96 (political science, PBK) has been named the university’s new chief communications officer and associate vice president for communications and public affairs (CPA) effective immediately, reporting to Vice President for Advancement and Foundation President Debbie Dutton.
Eric Foner, renowned historian, will speak as part of the Rutman Distinguished Lecture Series on the American Presidency at the University of New Hampshire Monday, Oct. 23, 2017, at 7 p.m. in the Huddleston Hall Ballroom. His talk is titled The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and Slavery.
This week colleges and universities are celebrating Constitution Day, an annual commemoration of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787, by the 39 delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. Here, UNH associate professor of political science Susan Siggelakis reflects on the Supreme Court's recent 8-0 decision in Matal v.
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.
Crystal Napoli, the president of the UNH Model United Nations (Model U.N.) student group, remarked on Friday afternoon that at the beginning of this academic year, she wasn’t all too familiar with the Republic of Congo. However, that’s changed drastically over the last seven months.