College Letter 04/2018
UNH’s Model UN team wins awards, gains hands-on experience at Galapagos Islands conference.
The Galapagos Islands set a breathtaking backdrop for a National Model United Nations conference focused on global sustainability for six members of UNH’s Model United Nations team and their faculty advisor, who experienced firsthand the need to protect the world’s fragile ecosystems.
Historian Jason Sokol publishes book about the death and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
In his new book, Sokol gives context to how Americans and others around the world grappled with King’s death in the days, weeks and months afterwards.
A new media lab amplifies three-dimensional communication.
Communication students can now bring their research to life in videos that incorporate news clips, interviews, photos, animation and their own voices.
Recent news from the College of Liberal Arts.
The 2018 Lindberg Award winner for outstanding teacher-scholar is named, a new book on the state of Catholicism is released on the 5th anniversary of Pope Francis' election, a senior women's studies major conducts field work in Uganda, and more. Don't miss the upcoming Opera Workshop performance of Bernstein's Trouble in Tahiti.