2016 Liberal Arts Student Fellows Named

March 15, 2016

Murkland Hall column

Each year, the College selects a handful of students to represent the University, the College, and their respective academic departments. Students are nominated by department chairs and chosen by the associate dean of the College. Typically seniors, Student Fellows have dynamic backgrounds and stellar academic records. They serve as student ambassadors during the open houses for prospective students, describing their experiences to and answering questions from students and parents. Other responsibilities include meeting with alumni and donors to the College, and representing the College at special events. The Student Fellows program is intended to recognize fine achievement at UNH and provide a way for students to serve the University in their final year of study.

The College of Liberal Arts is pleased to announce the 2016 Student Fellows: Hannah Drake, an English and International Affairs major from Nashua, N.H.; Ian MacKay, a German and International Affairs major from Peterborough, N.H.; Michael Mignanelli, a classics major from Campton, N.H.; Lauren Percy, a history major from Bow, N.H.; and Stephanie Yee, a psychology major from Concord, N.H.

Click here to read the bios of the student fellows.


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