Stories in Topic: Worldviews

  • UNH senior Nathan Faro
    04.23.15 - Nathan Faro '15 Discusses His Research: “Rediscovering Revolutions - Amy Beach and Bulgarian Folk Song”
  • UNH students doing service work in New Orleans
    04.16.15 - In the Classroom: Big Lessons of the Big Easy
    Honors class travels to New Orleans to put perspective on classroom learning
    When they weren't helping to rebuild homes in the Lower Ninth Ward, UNH students in Bill Ross's New Orleans class learned about city culture at places like the House of Dance and Feathers museum, and chatting with museum owner Ronald Lewis. (Photo courtesy of Bill Ross)
  • Medal of Honor Recipient and UNH Alumnus Ryan Pitts
    03.26.15 - Medal of Honor Recipient is 
2015 Commencement Speaker
    UNH alumnus Ryan Pitts '13 will deliver address
    Ryan Pitts received the Medal of Honor at the White House on July 21, 2014.  The ninth living recipient of the Medal of Honor for his combat actions in Afghanistan, former U.S. Army staff sergeant Ryan Pitts ‘13 will deliver this year’s commencement address on Saturday, May 16, 2015. 

  • 03.03.15 - Remembering Warmer Climes: Undergraduates Immerse Themselves in the Tropical Agriculture and Ecology of Costa Rica
  • UNH alumnus Josh Chamberlain '99
    02.25.15 - School of Rock (Steady): Jamaica Jives with this Music Alum
    A passion for music led Josh Chamberlain ’99 to Jamaica
    Josh Chamberlain ’99 fell in love with music as an undergrad, spinning tunes as a DJ for WUNH. A history major, Chamberlain was interested in the cultural roots of different kinds of music and became fascinated with the bold, rhythmic musical forms of Jamaica. But he had no idea this interest would one day inspire him to move to that country and ultimately lead to his involvement with a world-famous music school.
  • UNH Students in Costa Rica for January 2015 Sustainable Agriculture Course
    02.25.15 - Students Spend J-Term in Costa Rica Studying Sustainable Agriculture
  • 02.04.15 - Scenes from the Frontlines: Photography Exhibit Opening Reception Feb. 5
    Nathan Webster’s images of soldiers in Iraq are part of the Conflict Zone exhibit at Dimond Library. The exhibit runs now through March 6.
  • 01.06.15 - A Royal DNA Mystery, Five Centuries Later: UNH Professors Weigh In On Richard III Findings
    University of Leicester image Consider this the coldest of cold cases: 529 years after his death, a 16th century English king has been positively identified through DNA testing. And what’s more, the DNA tests have shown a possible kink in the royal family’s lineage.
  • 12.17.14 - UNH and the Granite State Remain Top Producers of Peace Corps Volunteers in 2014
    The spirit of volunteerism is alive and well in the Granite State. According to new data, New Hampshire ranks No. 5 among states with the highest number of Peace Corps volunteers per capita, and  UNH is nationally ranked on the 2014 list of the highest volunteer-producing colleges and universities in the U.S. for small, medium, large and graduate institutions. Fifty-seven Granite Staters are currently serving in the Peace Corps, giving the state a ratio of 4.3 volunteers for every 100,000 residents. UNH holds the No. 11 spot on the medium-size school list.
  • Col. Scott Dullea '89 and Brian Greaney
    12.09.14 - NH International Seminar Lecture Highlights U.S. Government's Views on Ukrainian Crisis
    On Nov. 9, 1989, most of the undergraduate students at the University of New Hampshire's campus were not yet born. They did not witness on television the fall of the Berlin Wall or watch as the citizens of East Berlin regained their ability to move freely across their city and country. The 25th anniversary of this historic event could have gone unnoticed by students if not for several campus events focusing on the fall of the Berlin Wall, including the N.H. International Seminar, "Russia and the West: 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall."
  • 11.19.14 - The Russian Connection
    ROTC alumnus, National Security advisor, visits campus
    There are jobs and then there are Jobs. U.S. Army Col. Scott Dullea ’89 has one of the latter.   His office window looks out at the West Wing of the White House. His boss is Susan Rice, President Barack Obama’s national security advisor.  As director of Russia for the U.S. National Security Council staff, Dullea briefs the president ahead of phone calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin and routinely provides input on the former communist country and its policies.  
  • Guoxiang Sun at UNH
    11.18.14 - Chinese Ambassador Visits Durham
    Ambassador Guoxiang Sun visited the Durham campus on Friday, Nov.14, along with Chinese trade and commerce delegates, as part of the New Hampshire-UNH-Sichuan Economic and Trade Forum.  
  • 11.04.14 - On the Frontlines of Ebola
    Two graduates share expertise on the spread of the deadly virus
    Peter Corey '83 graduated with a degree in plant biology from UNH's College of Life Sciences and Agriculture. Victoria Jensen ’97, ’00G earned her bachelor of science degree in animal science and pre-veterinary medicine and a master's of science in microbiology from UNH's College of Life Sciences and Agriculture.  
  • UNH scientist Carmody McCalley
    10.29.14 - UNH Scientist Studies Newly Discovered Organism With Link To Global Warming
  • 10.23.14 - UNH Hosts Oil Spill Response Forum Oct. 28-29
  • 10.16.14 - Exploring Agritourism in Chile
    Student learns about hospitality practices, and self
    When Sarah Wiggins ‘15 was conducting research in Talca, Chile, this past summer she met an 83-year-old woman whose education had stopped after only three years. She raises cattle and sells them to other farmers, and rents out rooms in her house. Guests can go horseback riding or hiking right there on her property. She’s earning a living.   So, for her, the answer to Wiggins’ research question of whether agritourism can change lives for the better, is yes.  
  • 10.15.14 - Durham's Own Berlin Wall
    Public art installation helps commemorate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall
    Benjamin Cariens, who teaches sculpture and other art courses at UNH, speaks to a crowd of students and faculty at the replica Berlin Wall unveiling in Murkland Courtyard on Oct. 9. 
  • UNH senior Julianne Shimer at Trinity College  Dublin
    10.01.14 - Worth a Thousand Words: Summer Nursing Research Analyzed Drawings for Clues About Kids
  • UNH senior Julianne Shimer at Trinity College  Dublin
    10.01.14 - Worth a Thousand Words
    Summer nursing research analyzed drawings for clues about kids
  • A UNH research farm
    09.25.14 - UNH Joins USDA Northeast Climate Hub