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Record donations made during 2021 (603) Challenge

Record donations made during 2021 (603) Challenge

Cassie Hollasch April 14, 2021

[Durham, NH]—On April 9, the (603) Challenge for the University of New Hampshire (UNH) took flight. With thousands of donations every year, donors come together to show support for their favorite...

Black History Month events at UNH

Black History Month events at UNH

Katie Hoppler February 3, 2021

February is Black History Month, a federally-recognized event that reflects on Black Americans’ significant impact on the country. To celebrate this month, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) is...

Round-up of books published by COLA faculties in 2020

Cassie Hollasch January 25, 2021

Though 2020 might have been a challenging year for many people, the faculty of College of Liberal Arts (COLA) at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) have remained productive by showcasing...

Rutman lecture on the 2020 election

Hannah Donahue October 16, 2020

On Monday night, the College of Liberal Arts (COLA) at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) held one of two planned lectures on the 2020 election as part of the Rutman Distinguished...

Liberal arts graduates stand a chance

Liberal arts graduates stand a chance

Hannah Donahue February 6, 2020

Shannon Fitzpatrick, like many students who enter their first year of college, had no indication of what to major in. But the University of New Hampshire (UNH) senior will graduate this spring with a...

On the Spot: Assistant Professor Baumgarter set to become published author

On the Spot: Assistant Professor Baumgarter set to become published author

Bret Belden October 17, 2019

On the last day of 2019, Kabria Baumgartner will become a published author, with her first book “In Pursuit of Knowledge: Black Women and Educational Activism in Antebellum America,” printed...

UNH students sit down for Coffee With a Diplomat

UNH students sit down for “Coffee With a Diplomat”

Hannah Donahue September 26, 2019

For Phillip Beekman, over the 15 years he has travelled the world, the best part of his job comes less from the work he does, but the peoples he serves.  “I also think that it’s the job...

On the Spot with Michele Dillon, newly official dean of COLA

On the Spot with Michele Dillon, newly official dean of COLA

Hannah Donahue September 5, 2019

For Michele Dillon, Ph.D., her role as the College of Liberal Arts’ (COLA) newest dean, following a stint as its interim dean, is official.  Educated on the coasts of Ireland and California, working...

Research at UNH

Hannah Donahue August 22, 2019

Hello, first-years and transfers! Welcome to the University of New Hampshire (UNH), an incredible university where opportunities and knowledge abound. There are a million ways to get involved here,...

New philosophy major and cognate address contemporary challenges

Hannah Donahue May 1, 2019

This fall, the University of New Hampshire’s Durham philosophy department is set to offer a three-course cognate and major specialization in the philosophy of business, innovation and technology. The...

Dr. Reginald Wilburn appointed as associate dean of COLA

Bret Belden April 22, 2017

Dr. Reginald Wilburn was appointed as the associate dean of UNH’s College of Liberal Arts (COLA). He will assume office on July 31, 2017, following former Associate Dean Mary Rhiel’s decision to rejoin...

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