Paul Raffile ’15 described the semester he spent in South Korea as the "epitome of experiential education." In addition to his immersion in Asia, the criminal justice and political science major has studied in Spain and London.
One of the goals of the Tagliatela College of Engineering is to prepare students to be innovators and entrepreneurs. One group is doing just that by developing groundbreaking solar technology that generates three useful energy streams in one device.
The women’s basketball team hosted more than 550 local fourth graders on campus for the second annual "Class at the Court" program. The daylong event is part of the Athletics Department’s commitment to giving back to the community.
Graduate business programs will have a new home beginning in January 2014. Purchase of the 70,000-square-foot facility on 47 acres in Orange, Conn., was underwritten by gifts from two prominent alumni – Charles Pompea ’71, ’90 EMBA and Samuel Bergami Jr. ’85 EMBA.
Managed and staffed by the students in the hospitality and tourism management department, the Hazell Nut Café is one of the first full-service cafés in the country run entirely by students. It is the essence of experiential education.
UNH boasts the largest American Criminal Justice Association chapter in the country. At a recent competition, the team took home 37 awards and showed why the Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences has earned an international reputation for excellence.
State-of-the-art facility will be part of The Boathouse at Canal Dock in New Haven and will feature teaching labs and a public education space. UNH’s portion of the center is being constructed with generous gifts from alumni Robert M. Lee and Linda M. Hanaway.
UNH’s Oskar Schindler Humanities course challenges students to make a difference. Their experiences volunteering with local schools and assisting a nonprofit with advocacy efforts halfway around the globe have changed the way they see the world.