The Newsletter of UNH Global Engagement
Editorial Board
Spring 2013
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From the Directors

UNH Boasts Five Gilman Study Abroad Scholarship Winners

Int'l Affairs Dual Majors Honored with Prestigious Awards

UNH International Travel Assistance and Insurance Program

GEBCO/Nippon Foundation Trains World’s Ocean Scientists at UNH

A Study Abroad Journey of Discovery - report from Shanghai

Florence Reed '90 Receives 2012 Sargent Shriver Award for Distinguished Humanitarian Service

Amnesty International, International Affairs & Life in the U.S. Capital

Medical Mission to Honduras

Ugandan Cropland Fertility Study

IA Alumni Around the World


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Students Receive Awards at UNH and Beyond

Jennifer Baker Kellie Shea

UNH Boasts Five Gilman Study Abroad Scholarship Winners

Kevin McAleese Alexander Loughran Lamothe

International Affairs Dual Majors Honored with Prestigious Awards


We've Got You Covered --
UNH International Travel Assistance and Insurance Program Providing Vital Services and Peace of Mind While Abroad


UNH recently launched a travel assistance and insurance program to benefit all students, faculty and staff traveling abroad on University-related activities.

The 2012/2013 9th GEBCO/Nippon Foundation Postgraduate Ocean Bathymetry Class

GEBCO/Nippon Foundation Trains World’s Ocean Scientists at UNH

UNH’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center has been training scientists from around the world since 2004.

Armchair Travel

Learn about UNH community members' most beloved international destinations: watch the speed travel video.

Spring Semester Photo Contest

Read the stories behind this semester's winning photo contest entries!



photo of the Highlands in Glencoe, Scotland
photo of beggar woman on Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy
photo of Elizabeth Vogeley '14 in Asamang, Ghana
 
  Additional Articles
Alli Ginwala in China

A Study Abroad Journey of Discovery

“Living in Shanghai, a shining, metropolitan city, growing at breakneck speed, gave me the unique experience to see life in modern China,” reports Allie Ginwala '14.


Florence Reed '90 Receives the 2012 Sargent Shriver Award for Distinguished Humanitarian Service

This award is given to a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer who continues to make a sustained and distinguished contribution to humanitarian causes at home or abroad or is an innovative social entrepreneur whose actions will bring about significant long-term change.

Hannah Waller in Washington, DC

Amnesty International, International Affairs & Life in the U.S. Capital

Hannah Waller '15 is interning with the Crisis Prevention and Response team at Amnesty International USA.

Medical Mission to Honduras

In February, the New Hampshire Mission Team travelled to Honduras to provide medical aid to underdeveloped communities.

What's There to Lose?
Lisa Tiemann Conducts Ugandan Cropland Fertility Study

Lisa Tiemann received a prestigious three-year fellowship through the National Science Foundation’s Science, Engineering, and Education for Sustainability program.

IA Alumni Around the World


~ Giving back—Changing lives

The Founders Fund for International Affairs was established to enable UNH undergraduate students from any major to expand their interests and career options into the international arena. Consider making a difference.
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Faculty Travel Reports

Faculty Travel Reports

CIE travel grants enable UNH faculty to pursue their professional endeavors all over the world. Topics included physical education teacher research with regard to students with autism spectrum disorders, the Italian Food: Fact and Fiction conference, and exploring NGOs in Thailand for partnership with UNH programs/students. Recipients include:

  Kate Hanson ------- Thailand
  Amy Boylan -------- Italy
  Michelle Grenier --- Scotland

Spring 2013 New Hampshire International Seminar
International Arts

Through NHIS, CIE spotlights international research to encourage a campus-wide conversation on current international issues. Lectures for spring semester include Theater Design and Singaporean Storytelling, Toxic Tables: Food and Eating in Italian Camorra Films, and coming up on April 18, Brazilian Portuguese Diction in Classical Singing.

~ About CIE

The UNH Center for International Education supports campus-wide internationalization and student, faculty and staff engagement on the international level. Center activities include:
International affairs dual major
Study abroad
Scholarship opportunities
International seminars
Faculty development  
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~ About OISS

OISS supports the internationalization goals of the university by serving as the primary resource on immigration compliance matters and by providing services to address the non-academic and transition concerns of students and scholars:
Immigration advising and visa document preparation
In-depth orientation for students and scholars
Work authorization and U.S. permanent residence applications
Educational, social and cultural programming
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