UNH Manchester’s Dean Ali Rafieymehr announced the appointment of Jeremy Hitchcock, CEO of DYN, and Dr. Thomas Brennan, superintendent of the Manchester School District, to the college’s Advisory Board.
Melinda Negron-Gonzales, assistant professor of politics and society, published an article entitled “Cooperation between Religious and Secular Rights Organizations in Turkey” in Turkish Studies 13:3 (Sept. 2012).
UNH Manchester and the Confucius Institute at UNH (CI-UNH) partner to offer language and cultural programming in Manchester.
This fall, Manchester middle school students will have an opportunity to learn the basics of computer programming through “Alice,” an innovative 3D programming environment being offered at UNH Manchester.
The following students have earned their place on UNH Manchester's Dean's List because of their outstanding academic performance during the Spring 2012 semester.
Marblehead’s third-graders are getting a lesson on what it feels like to have a disability, thanks in part to SLI alumnae Desiree Weems.
The Computer Information Systems (CIS) Program at UNH Manchester gave its first “Karla Vogel Excellence in CIS” award in May 2012. Bethany Ross, a freshman in the program, was presented with the award for her academic excellence. Ross is a resident of Derry and a graduate of Pinkerton Academy.
Five graduate students in the MS IT program made poster presentations at the UNH Manchester Graduate Research Conference in April 2012.
The University of New Hampshire at Manchester will recognize the academic achievements of more than 200 students at Honors Convocation on Tuesday, May 15, 2012. Honors Convocation, one of the university’s largest academic ceremonies, gathers administrators, faculty, staff and students to celebrate academic success. The proceedings begin at 6:00 PM at the Best Western Executive Court Inn & Conference Center at 1350 South Willow Street, Manchester, NH.
The University of New Hampshire at Manchester will celebrate the achievements of over 320 graduates at the college's 27th annual commencement proceedings on May 17. The proceedings will recognize more than 218 undergraduate and 106 graduate students who have earned their associates, bachelors, or masters degrees or an advanced graduate certificate at the University of New Hampshire’s college in Manchester.