David Kaye, professor of theatre, has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the Lindberg Award, given annually to the outstanding teacher-scholar in the College of Liberal Arts. Learn more.
A new research internship places students with the Boston-based nonprofit American Society of Oriental Research (ASOR) where they document the ruin of churches, museums, tombs and other ancient sites in Syria and northern Iraq. Learn more.
In conjunction with the University’s Sesquicentennial celebration commencing in the fall, the Museum of Art invites UNH alumni photographers working in all areas, media and styles to submit entries for the 2016 Alumni Photography Exhibition. Free submissions welcomed from April 1 through May 11, 2016. Learn more.
Crystal Napoli '18, an honors history and justice studies major, and Eden Suoth '18, an honors mechanical engineering and philosophy major, won Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) to participate in fully funded summer language and cultural immersion programs in China and Indonesia, respectively. Learn more.
Brett Gibson, associate professor of psychology, has been named associate dean of faculty for the College of Liberal Arts. Mary Rhiel, interim senior vice provost of academic affairs and associate professor of German, has been named associate dean of academic affairs in the College. Learn more.
Associate professor of communication Jennifer Borda has co-edited a collection of essays about the motherhood industry. "The Motherhood Business: Consumption, Communication & Privilege" follows the harried mother’s path into the anxious maelstrom of intelligent toys, healthy foods and meals, and educational choices. Learn more.