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  • Chemist to Discuss Green Solution for Converting Biomass

    Chemist to Discuss Green Solution for Converting BiomassDequan Xiao, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, will present a lecture on Wednesday, March 30, titled “Drive the Discovery of Green Catalysts for Biomas...
  • Author to Discuss what Starbucks Says About America

    Author to Discuss what Starbucks Says About AmericaBryant Simon, author of Everything but the Coffee: Learning about America from Starbucks, will present a lecture on Thursday, March 24, at 6:30 p.m. in Maxcy 118.The book “casts a fresh eye on the world...
  • Practice Italian at Weekly Conversation Tables

    Practice Italian at Weekly Conversation Tables Students interested in practicing speaking Italian are invited to Italian conversation tables that will take place every Monday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Mezzanine A of the Bartels Dining Hall.To learn more,...
  • Renowned Scholar to Discuss Women in Islam

    Renowned Scholar to Discuss Women in IslamRenowned scholar Meriem El Haitami, a Rice Fellow at the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale, will present a lecture on Tuesday, March 29, titled "Women and Islam.” The event will begin a...
  • Sports Management Department to Host Personal Enrichment Program Events

    Sports Management Department to Host Personal Enrichment Program EventsThe Sports Management department will be hosting a series of events that will count for credit as part of the Personal Enrichment Program (PEP).March 30, 12:15 p.m., Alumni Lounge, Bar...
  • Students Sought to be Peer Career Advisors

    Students Sought to be Peer Career AdvisorsThe Career Development Center is seeking applications for students who are interested in being a peer career adviser (PCA). These individuals work closely with the Career Center staff to provide career information...
  • Study Food, Tourism and Business in Tuscany

    Study Food, Tourism and Business in Tuscany Students majoring in hospitality and tourism management can spend a month this summer at the University’s campus in Italy studying food, tourism and business in Tuscany. The program will take place from May 23...
  • Discounted Tickets Available for International Festival of Arts and Ideas Sponsored Performance

    Discounted Tickets Available for International Festival of Arts and Ideas Sponsored PerformanceFaculty, staff and students are invited to attend a performance of “The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart” by the National Theater of Scotland. It will take...
  • Volunteers Needed for Spring Commencement

    Volunteers Needed for Spring CommencementVolunteers are needed for this year’s Spring Commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 15, at the Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford. The morning ceremony for the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice...
  • Professor Examines Diversity in Police Leadership

    Professor Examines Diversity in Police LeadershipAnne Kringen, assistant professor of criminal justice, says diversity matters in police leadership.More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Hospitality Professor Discusses Craft Beer Boom in Virginia

    Hospitality Professor Discusses Craft Beer Boom in VirginiaGabriella Petrick, associate professor of hospitality and tourism management, discusses the growth of craft beer in Virginia, the state’s fastest growing industry. More>> ...
  • Political Scientist Evaluates Ted Cruz’s Campaign

    Political Scientist Evaluates Ted Cruz’s Campaign Professor Joshua Sandman says Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz needs to come up with more populist themes to compete with Donald Trump. More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Board Member Leading New Connecticut Tourism Coalition

    Board Member Leading New Connecticut Tourism CoalitionBoard of Governors member Stephen Tagliatela is head of the new Connecticut Tourism Coalition, which is promoting state investment in tourism.More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Communication Professor Discusses Growing Popularity of Minor League Baseball Team’s Twitter Account

    Communication Professor Discusses Growing Popularity of Minor League Baseball Team’s Twitter AccountSusan Campbell, a distinguished lecturer in the communications, film and media studies department, discusses the growing popularity and humor of the Hart...
  • Terrorism Expert on Brussels Attacks

    Terrorism Expert on Brussels AttacksVesna Markovic, professor of national security and an expert on suicide bombings, discusses the attacks in Brussels.More>> Back to the Front Page ...
  • Russian-American WWII POW Visits UNH Honors Class

    Russian-American WWII POW Visits UNH Honors Class by Brandon T. Bisceglia ‘14UNH Today Contributing WriterOne day in 1941, Vladimir Lvovich Wologodzew – who now goes by Walter Wolog – was rowing with his twin brother on a lake ...
  • Music and Sound Recording Students Get Inside Look at Nashville Music Scene

    Music and Sound Recording Students Get Inside Look at Nashville Music Scene by Jackie HennesseyUNH Today Contributing WriterMike Bognar ’16 hadn’t planned on going to Nashville to study away. He liked living on the UNH campus. ...
  • Student Named to National Science Foundation Funded Fellowship Program

    Student Named to National Science Foundation Funded Fellowship Program by Jackie HennesseyUNH Today Contributing WriterThe word busy doesn’t begin to describe the whirl that is Daniel Delgado’s life. The junior civil engineering ...
  • Students Reflect on Italian Immersion

    Students Reflect on Italian Immersion by Dave CranshawUNH Today EditorFor Chelsea Tambis ’18, spending the spring semester at UNH’s campus in Prato, Italy, has been her longest time away from home. It has been an experience she w...
  • Panel Discussion Examines State of Entrepreneurship in Connecticut

    Panel Discussion Examines State of Entrepreneurship in Connecticut UNH’s College of Business will host a talk on Thursday, March 24, that will examine the state of entrepreneurship in Connecticut. The event, titled “Can We Reverse the Decline? A Sympo...