College of Liberal Arts - Admitted Student Virtual Events


 In lieu of an in-person experience, UNH's College of Liberal Arts will be hosting virtual experience sessions for our admitted students. During these sessions, you will learn about life as a Wildcat, your academic interests and so much more. Meet faculty and hear from students who were in your shoes just a short time ago. We can't wait to see you (online) soon!

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A big Wildcat welcome from the Dean of the UNH College of Liberal Arts, Dr. Michele Dillon.



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Schedule of Virtual Events

If you have technical difficulties connecting to the sessions below, please call the UNH Help Desk at 603-862-4242.


Saturday, April 11


10-10:45am - College of Liberal Arts Overview, Student Panel and Q&A
Join us for an overview of the College of Liberal Arts, followed by a conversation with senior students. You’ll learn why they chose UNH, how they navigated challenges, where they found opportunities and what’s next for them after graduation. Bring your questions.

Hosted by Dean Michele Dillon and Associate Dean Jenni Cook
Participants: Keenan Dunleavy, English major; Tejas Moses, fine arts major; Darby O’Neil, political science and international affairs majors; Kayla Sliz, psychology major

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11-11:45am - College of Liberal Arts Faculty Panel and Q&A
Meet your future faculty! They’ll discuss the diverse areas of study in the College of Liberal Arts and how they’ll help you find the major that’s right for you. You’ll learn about the many opportunities for learning beyond the classroom, such as independent research, study abroad, internships and more. Bring your questions.

Hosted by Dean Michele Dillon and Associate Dean Jenni Cook
Participants: Cristy Beemer, English Department; Jill McGaughy, Psychology Department; Gregory McMahon, Classics, Humanities, and Italian Studies Department; Danielle Pillet-Shore, Communication Department

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General Sessions


Saturdays, April 18 through May 30


1-1:45 p.m. - College of Liberal Arts General Info Session and Q&A
We'll start with a brief journey through the College of Liberal Arts. You’ll learn about our academic programs, our stellar faculty and the many opportunities to enrich your life and learning through internships, funded research, class trips, the arts, study abroad, national competitions and a whole lot more. The majority of these sessions will be dedicated to answering your questions.

Hosted by Dean Michele Dillon and Associate Dean Jenni Cook


Academic Sessions


Anthropology

  • Anthropology Overview and Q&A | April 27

  • Anthropology Overview and Q&A | May 5

Art

Art History, Studio Art, Studio Art Education and Fine Arts

  • Art Overview and Q&A | April 28

  • Art Overview and Q&A | May 6

Classics, Humanities and Italian Studies

Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations, Classical Languages and Literature, Latin and Latin Teaching, Humanities and Italian Studies

  • Classics, Humanities and Italian Studies Overview and Q&A | April 29

  • Classics, Humanities and Italian Studies Overview and Q&A | May 7

Communication

Communication, Business Applications and Media Practices

  • Communication Overview and Q&A | April 27

  • Communication Overview and Q&A | May 5

Education

  • Education Overview and Q&A | April 30

  • Education Overview and Q&A | May 8

English

English/Law 3+3, English Literature, English Teaching, Journalism, Linguistics and Text, Business Writing and Digital Studies

  • English Overview and Q&A | April 29

  • English Overview and Q&A | May 7

Geography

  • Geography Overview and Q&A | May 1

  • Geography Overview and Q&A | May 11

History

History and History/Law 3+3

  • History Overview and Q&A | May 1

  • History Overview and Q&A | May 11

Journalism (see English)

Justice Studies

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  • Justice Studies Overview and Q&A | May 1

  • Justice Studies Overview and Q&A | May 11

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Arabic, Chinese, French, French Studies, German, Russian and Spanish

  • Languages, Literatures and Cultures Overview and Q&A | April 29

  • Languages, Literatures and Cultures Overview and Q&A | May 7

Music

Composition, Liberal Studies, Music Education, Performance and Pre-Teaching

  • Music Overview and Q&A | April 28

  • Music Overview and Q&A | May 6

Philosophy

Philosophy, Ethics and Social Responsibility, and Business Innovation and Technology

  • Philosophy Overview and Q&A | April 30

  • Philosophy Overview and Q&A | May 8

Political Science and International Affairs

  • Political Science and International Affairs Overview and Q&A | April 30

  • Political Science and International Affairs Overview and Q&A | May 8

Psychology, and Neuroscience and Behavior

  • Psychology, and Neuroscience and Behavior Overview and Q&A | May 4

  • Psychology, and Neuroscience and Behavior Overview and Q&A | May 12

Sociology

  • Sociology Overview and Q&A | May 4

  • Sociology Overview and Q&A | May 12

Theatre and Dance

Acting and Directing, Dance, Design and Theatre Technology, Musical Theatre, Secondary Theatre Education and Youth Drama

  • Theatre and Dance Overview and Q&A | April 28

  • Theatre and Dance Overview and Q&A | May 6

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  • Overview and Q&A | May 4

  • Overview and Q&A | May 12

Women’s and Gender Studies

  • Women’s and Gender Studies Overview and Q&A | April 27

  • Women’s and Gender Studies Overview and Q&A | May 5

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