Int'l Resource Library

inset photo of Robert LeBlanc on his name on 9/11 memorial in NYC (memorial photo by Florent Clinchamp)
Robert LeBlanc (inset) and his name on the 9/11 memorial in New York City (memorial photo by Florent Clinchamp)

Robert G. LeBlanc International Resource Library

On September 11, 2001, the UNH community lost a great friend and international education advocate. Professor Robert G. LeBlanc was a passenger on United Flight 175.

Recognizing Bob's commitment to sending students out into the world and to promoting international understanding, CIE named its international resource library in his honor.

Visit the library in 203 Hood House, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. There you will find: 

  • Study abroad program brochures
  • Foreign experience reports (through fall 2008 semester) submitted by UNH students
  • Maps from all areas of the world
  • "Culturegrams," which provide standard data as well as useful information on the cultural life, habits and attitudes found in over 175 countries
  • Guides on countries, cultures and study abroad sites
  • Information on financial aid for study and research abroad