Immerse yourself in the culture of Costa Rica, a Spanish-speaking, democratic country that has fostered a culture of peace, prosperity and conservation of its unique-in-the-world tropical biodiversity. Experience first-hand the development challenges and opportunities facing Costa Rica. Compare its innovative and successful policies and practices to those of other countries in Latin America and around the world.
The mission of the University Museum is to develop, maintain, exhibit and interpret historical objects and property that relate to the history of the University of New Hampshire and its alumni. These collections shall preserve the memory of the University's past and perpetuate its traditions and ideals.
The Museum of Art is New Hampshire Seacoast's premier art museum -- a center for the visual arts where visitors gather to enjoy changing exhibitions, music, lectures, poetry readings, and receptions. Its permanent collection includes over 1,600 historical and modern works by American, European, and other artists from diverse cultures. Located in the Paul Creative Arts Center on the Durham campus of the University of New Hampshire, the museum welcomes visitors throughout the academic year and is open to students, faculty, members, and the general public free of charge.
The Center for the Humanities was established in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of New Hampshire in 1986 to support humanities research by faculty from across the university, representing such fields as anthropology, communication, fine arts, folklore, foreign languages, geography, history, literature, philosophy, religious studies, sociology, and women’s studies.
The UNH Celebrity Series brings world-class theater, dance, and music to the UNH Campus each year.