Events - 2013/14
- Join UNH Discovery Program as we engage in Ocean Discovery Day! Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with faculty and researchers who conduct research from Great Bay to the poles, and a number of graduate students pursuing degrees in marine biology, oceanography and ocean engineering at UNH. This event is free and taking place on Saturday, September 21, 2013 between 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, check back here in a few weeks!
Visit PCAC and see fountains created by UNH ceramics students.
TUES., NOV 12; 12:40-2pm, MUB 338/340 - A Panel Discussion on Integrated Water Resources Management; Bringing All the Issues together for Effective Management of Water Resources with Dr. Paul Kirshen. Dr. Kirshen will be joined by Dr.'s Curt Grimm, Carsey Institute: The Role of Social Assessment in the Management of the Senegal River; Mimi Becker, Natural Resources and the Environment: Ecosystem-Based Institutional Arrangements - The Keys to IWRM Approaches; Alison Watts, Civil and Environmental Engineering: Planning Across the Boundaries – Integrated Planning for the Squamscott/Exeter River; Semra Aytur, Health Management and Policy: Exploring the Eco-Health Perspective within IWRM; and Dave Burdick, Natural Resources and the Environment: Restoring Hydrology to Tidal Marshes along the New England Coast.
- MFA Student Drawing Exhibit on Water - Kingsbury Hall, Details TBA
Looking forward to Spring, 2014...
- Tuesday, January 28 MUB Strafford Room 6-9pm Let's Talk About Water - Water, Climate Change, and Winter Sports - check back for updates!
- Reduce Your Use! Student commitment to reducing water use in the dorms. Watch For More Information!
February, 19-23: UNH Dept of Theatre & Dance production of Woodward International Playwriting Competition winner Sila, by Chantal Bilodeau. (Directed by Deborah Kinghorn; co-sponsored by the UNH Sustainability Institute) "Sila examines the competing interests shaping the future of the Canadian Arctic and local Inuit population. Set on Baffin Island in the territory of Nunavut, it follows a climate scientist, an Inuit activist and her daughter, two Canadian Coast Guard officers, an Inuit elder and two polar bears as they see their values challenged and their lives become intricately intertwined."
Presentation by Dr. Anne Lightbody. For more information on Dr. Anne Lightbody, click here.
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