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Comics and Critical Librarianship

Comics in the Classroom: Associate Professors Co-author Chapter in "Comics and Critical Librarianship"

Thursday, May 9, 2019
Carolyn Gamtso, associate professor and head of reference & instruction at the UNH Manchester library, and Susi Paterson, associate professor of English, have co-authored a chapter in the book "Comics and Critical Librarianship: Reframing the Narrative in Academic Libraries" (Library Juice Press, 2019). Read More
Dr. Melinda

Faculty Friday: Meet Dr. Melinda Negrón-Gonzales

Friday, May 3, 2019
Faculty Friday introduces you to some of UNH Manchester’s exceptional professors and lecturers. This week’s feature is Dr. Melinda Negrón-Gonzales, associate professor of politics & society. Read More
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Therapy Dogs, Meditation and Massage Chairs for Frazzle-Free Finals

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
With finals week approaching, we know students are hard at work with projects, exams and essays. That’s why the Library, Center for Academic Enrichment, Academic Advising and Office of Student Involvement have joined forces to give you some much-needed study breaks over the next two weeks. Read More
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Student Leaders Recognized in Seventh Annual Award Ceremony

Friday, April 19, 2019
Students, staff and faculty gathered on Thursday evening to celebrate student leaders on campus. The seventh annual Student Leadership Awards ceremony recognized students who were nominated for their contributions to UNH Manchester, from engagement in student clubs to employment across various department of the college. Read More
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Engineering Their Futures

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
UNH Manchester's Engineering Technology program has developed strong relationships with local technology and manufacturing companies, which helps students forge relationships that can lead to careers, and also helps firms fill the growing need for engineers. Meet a few electrical and mechanical engineering technology graduates who have landed jobs in the field. Read More
ASL/English Interpreting alumna Shayla Radcliffe, center, at UNH Manchester's commencement ceremony in 2015.

Wildcats in the World: Shayla Radcliffe ’15 at The Children’s Center for Communication-Beverly School for the Deaf

Friday, April 12, 2019
After a year and a half in a teacher preparation program, it was an introductory American Sign Language (ASL) course that inspired Shayla Radcliffe (Gannon) '15 to change her career path. Now, the ASL/English Interpreting alumna brings her passion to her work as a staff interpreter at The Children’s Center for Communication – Beverly School for the Deaf. Read More
Dr. Laurie Shaffer

Faculty Friday: Meet Dr. Laurie Shaffer

Friday, April 12, 2019
Faculty Friday introduces you to some of UNH Manchester’s exceptional professors and lecturers. This week’s feature is Dr. Laurie Shaffer, lecturer and program director of ASL/English Interpreting. Read More
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UNH Graduate School Hosts Open House at The Foundry, May 1

Thursday, April 11, 2019
Join UNH Graduate School at The Foundry on Wednesday, May 1 at 5:30 p.m. to learn about the opportunities for graduate study at our Manchester campus. Enjoy food and beverages while you explore our master’s degree options in education, business, public health, information technology, social work and more—all designed with flexibility for working professionals.  Read More
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Master of Social Work Program Adopts Hybrid Model

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
In response to the state's workforce shortage of behavioral health professionals, the University of New Hampshire has adopted a hybrid model for its Master of Social Work (MSW) program. The new model increases flexibility for working professionals by combining online activities with in-person classes on Saturdays at the University’s Manchester campus. Read More
Barbara

Faculty Friday: Meet Dr. Barbara Jago

Friday, April 5, 2019
Faculty Friday introduces you to some of UNH Manchester’s exceptional professors and lecturers. This week’s feature is Dr. Barbara Jago, associate professor of communication arts. Read More