The Newsletter of UNH Global Engagement
Editorial Board
Spring 2008
Four UNH students named recipients of national awards for academic work abroad in 2008-2009

Four UNH students named recipients of national awards for academic work abroad in 2008-2009

U.S. Student Fulbright Program awarded scholarships to Erin Kiley '08 and Lisa Mulvey '08 and the National Security Education Program awarded scholarships to Jordan Caley '10 and Holly Eaton '09.

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Global Citizens of the IA Dual Major

The Global Citizens of the International Affairs Dual Major

What difficulties and benefits come from having more than one cultural identity? What observations do these students make about their experiences here as opposed to those they have known abroad? What impact do these culturally-rich students have in the classroom?
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International Affairs Seniors Celebrate their Achievements

Sara Hewitt

IA alumna Sarah Hewitt visits UNH
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Senior Seminar instructor Dr. Albert Griffin and seniors Emily Roberts (IA-nursing) from El Segundo, CA, and Franklin Roberts (IA-Russian) from Barrington, NH, attended this year’s Undergraduate Research Conference Benefactors’ Dinner.

Eight IA seniors take Undergraduate Research Conference awards.
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  Additional Articles

Experiencing the former Yugoslavia Music an emotional mode of communication in Slovenia

In January, mezzo-soprano and CIE staff member Mindy McMahon did a concert tour in London, England, with Angelynne Hinson, her singing partner in the local ensemble known as Sirens’ Song. Ms. McMahon also visited friends in Šempeter, Slovenia.

For study abroad, this student took 'the road less traveled'

History major John Green spent fall semester in Novi Sad, Serbia, where he was enrolled in intensive Serbian language courses.

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Faculty Travel Reports

Jeb Byers ~ Australia

Jeb Byers, Associate Professor of Zoology, spent the 2007- 08 academic year in Australia conducting research on a highly invasive alga species.

David Ripley ~ South Korea

David Ripley, Associate Professor of Music,traveled to Seoul, South Korea, in March to give a series of concerts and master classes.

Jeanie Sowers ~ Italy

Jeannie Sowers, Assistant Professor of Political Science, traveled to Italy this spring to present a paper at the European Union Institute workshop on "Transnationalism in the Middle East."

Dev Dutta ~ India

This winter, I traveled with a very specific research and teaching agenda to three vibrant and dynamic cities in India. I had two papers to present at the Fifth AIMS International Conference in Hyderabad.