Virtual Information Session
We'll talk about our inspirational and motivational mentors, how our students are empowered to become changemakers to better the lives of those around them, and answer any questions you might have.
Monday, December 16 | 6 - 7 P.M.
A confirmation email including the virtual link or phone number to dial in will be sent to you after you have registered.
History & Secondary Education '20
I’ve known since I was in the third grade that I want to be a teacher, but it wasn’t until mid-high school that I was able to pair my desire to teach with a quickly growing passion for history. My hometown is known as “the birthplace of American liberty,” and as a museum educator in Lexington, I’m passionate about bringing history into the classroom in a way that promotes diversity and inclusion, while also speaking truth. Being a history student at UNH has allowed me to explore many facets of U.S. history, including in my ongoing colloquium project on comparative journalism during the civil rights movement. On campus, I’ve also been an RA, a campus tour guide, an orientation leader, and an organizing fellow on two presidential campaigns.
Mathematics Education '21
UNH was the only school I was looking at in New England. All the other schools were down south because I like the warmth. However, after a tour with an excellent tour guide and shadowing a student in class I knew this school was for me. Before starting classes, I joined a pre-arrival program called CONNECT which focuses on low-income, first-generation, and/or multicultural students transitioning into college. That program really made me feel like I belonged here. I am a tour guide, a researcher, former executive assistant for the United Asian Coalition, CONNECT mentor, and now a Diversity Ambassador.