Jan Golinski, professor of history, became an American citizen Friday, Feb. 1, during a naturalization ceremony in Concord. A British citizen who has taught at UNH since 1990, Golinski led the Pledge of Allegiance for the group.
Public health in New Hampshire is the subject of the next Seacoast Science Café at the Portsmouth Brewery Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013, at 6 p.m. At the first in the spring series of cafes, UNH professors Michael Palace and Rosemary Caron will discuss two health threats familiar to New Englanders: Lyme disease and lead poisoning.
Seacoast Science Cafés provide a unique chance for members of the public to learn about issues in contemporary science from scientists who lead the research in the relaxed atmosphere of a pub.
The Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach will be conducting an internal search for a UNH faculty member to fill the position of executive director for Engagement and Faculty Development. This is a full time appointment reporting directly to the Senior Vice Provost for Engagement and Academic Outreach. A position description with qualifications and expectations for the position are attached.
This internal search will follow a process similar to other successful internal searches recently conducted.
Ask professor Rachel Trubowitz why she decided to devote her life to 17th-century English literature and she’ll give you the answer people who’ve found their life’s calling generally do: “It just clicked.”
Micheal McConnell, associate professor of art and art history, died Oct. 27. Three of his abstract sculptures will be on view at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics when it is completed in 2013.
McConnell, who has served four stints as department chair, has been at UNH for 36 years.
The following obituary was published in Foster’s Daily Democrat: