Philanthropy Supports COLA Scholarships, Rutman Lecture
UNH announces more than $8 million in new philanthropy. Some of the funds will directly benefit College of Liberal Arts students and programs, including scholarships for education students and liberal arts students in the Hamel programs, as well as ongoing support for the Rutman Distinguished Lecture Series on the American Presidency. Learn more.
Professor's new book explores Italy’s history of non-violent protest against the mafia
In Italy, shrines stand as testament to those who have been murdered by the mafia, and the trauma of those left behind has inspired a movement by educators, activists, artists and journalists striving for justice. That movement has inspired Paula M. Salvio’s latest book, “The Story-Takers: Public Pedagogy, Transitional Justice, and Italy’s Non-Violent Protest Against the Mafia.” Learn more.
UNH Senior Receives Vanessa Johnson Award
UNH senior Gabrielle Greaves received the Vanessa Johnson Award during the 36th annual Martin Luther King Day Community Celebration in Manchester, New Hampshire. The award recognizes emerging leaders in social justice. Learn more.
Sociology professor, graduate student co-author book distinguishing fact from fiction
A dangerous gateway drug? A harmless recreational substance? Something in between? In their new book “Marijuana: Examining the Facts,” Karen T. Van Gundy and Michael S. Staunton look at the data that can help provide answers to these questions and more. Learn more.