Faculty Travel Reports
Each year, the Center for International Education awards competitive grants for faculty international development activities from funds provided by the Vice President for Academic Affairs to enhance faculty members' international expertise.
Academic Year 2012-2013
Subhash C. Minocha, Professor of Biological Sciences and Genetics ~ Jordan
"...I was able to accept an invitation to visit the King’s Academy, Amman, Jordan, to give lectures, hold discussions and talk about my research and UNH Project SMART at the King’s Academy and the University of Jordan."
Jeannie Sowers, Professor of Political Science ~ Egypt
"I returned to Egypt, where I have been conducting research on environmental issues and politics for some time, to learn more about the ongoing political revolution that began in January 2011."
Kate Hanson, Professor of Community Leadership ~ Thailand
"I wanted to see if there were any possibilities for partnerships between my program/UNH students and organizations in Thailand."
|Professor Alynna Lyon in Portugal|
Amy Boylan, Assistant Professor of Italian ~ Italy
"In summer 2012 Professor Boylan participated in the Italian Food: Fact and Fiction conference."
Michelle Grenier, Associate Professor of Kinesiology ~ Scotland
"Professor Grenier travelled to Scotland to continue her research on physical education teacher practices for students with autism spectrum disorders in the Scottish system."
Peter Pekins, Professor of Wildlife Ecology ~ Poland
"Professor Peter Pekins travelled to the 7th International Moose Conference in Poland. ...The Bialowieza National Park and Forest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the largest remaining primeval forests in Europe."
Szu-Feng Chen, Assistant Professor of Theatre & Dance ~ Korea
"I was invited by The Theatre Practice (TTP) in Singapore to create set and costume design for its feature musical production for Singapore Kuo Pao Kun Festival..."
Meghan Howey, Assistant Professor of Archaeology ~ Uganda
"There is good reason to expect robust cultural activity here, as the Ndali lakes are located less than two hundred kilometers northeast of the epicenter for the development of iron smelting technology in East Africa, west of Lake Victoria..."
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