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FEB23
Nov 20, 2017 - Feb 25, 2018Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA)Durham, NH
44 people interested

These courses still have spots if you're looking to add something to your schedule!

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UNH Women's Studies Program and the Social Justice Leadership Project added 4 new photos.

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We know that the cancellation of courses due to low enrollment has a lot of you scrambling. Here are the Spring Women's Studies courses that still have ...seats!
WS 401.1: Intro to WS, CRN 51558, TR 11:10-12:30. INQ & SS--FULL
WS 401.2: Intro to WS, CRN 51559, TR 2:10-3:30. INQ & SS--FULL
WS 401.3: Intro to WS, CRN 51560, MW 3:40-5:00, INQ & SS--FULL
WS 405.1: Gender, Power and Privilege, CRN: 51680 TR 3:40-5, HUMA
WS 405.2: Gender, Power and Privilege, CRN:53042 TR 2:10-3:30, HUMA
WS 444A: Race Matters, CRN 53043, TR 3:40-5:00 INQ & HP--FULL
WS 505.3: Exploring Masculinities, CRN 54345, R 8:10-11, HP

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Communication from the Honors Program:

Exciting opportunity in Spring 2018! We are opening up a few Honors courses to non-Honors students, we would like to offer you the chance to take one of these courses!

WS 444D: Cyborgs, Avatars, and Feminists: Gender in the Virtual World (ETS)- Professor Senior...
Utilizing feminist theoretical and critical investigations of gender and techno culture, students explore women's popular and theoretical conceptions of cyberspace. Students explore numerous digital communication systems within cyberspace and examine how and why a diversity of women utilize these systems. This course provides students with the opportunity to investigate the impact that advancements in virtual technology have in the lives of women.

THDA 440A: Theatre and Social Justice (FPA) Professor Murphy
This course that will examine to what degree dramatic literature and theatre art has effected socio-political change in the past, and in the present, through an in-depth exploration of texts, artistic methods and theatrical techniques. Students will create theatrical art related to various sociopolitical issues. Absolutely no experience in theatre is necessary, as this course is built around the premise that we all have the ability to create art and affect politics and society.

These courses will offer a more challenging academic environment where you can experience the interactive, discussion-based Honors classroom. Students should be prepared for higher expectations as well as more in-depth discussion. We are really excited to offer courses with gender and social justice themes. Space is limited, and approval will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis; if you are interested please contact the Honors Program by tomorrow, January 5th at honors.program@unh.edu

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OCT31
Tue 12:40 PM EDTOffice of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA)Durham, NH
17 people interested
UNH Safe Zones updated their cover photo.
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Next week!

OCT10
Tue 5:00 PM EDTUNH MUBDurham, NH
21 people interested

Next week! Join us for a week of amazing events in celebration of National Coming Out Week here at UNH!

OCT9
Mon 4:00 PM EDTOffice of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA)Durham, NH
30 people interested

LOCATION CHANGE: Due to unpredictable weather we will be moving the Garden Party tomorrow to the MUB Strafford room. All other details are the same! See you all there!

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Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) to Garden Party: Welcome Reception for lgbtqiap+ and ally Community

LOCATION CHANGE: Due to unpredictable weather we will be moving the Garden Party tomorrow to the MUB Strafford room. All other details are the same! See you all there!