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NH Listens Local People, Local Work, Local Change

Navigating Public Life in a Diverse DemocracyLocal People, Local Work, Local Change: Navigating Public Life in a Diverse Democracy–our speaker series that explores practitioners' journey working w ...

Carsey's Master in Community Development: Alumni Interview

 Michael Swack, Director of the Master in Community Development (MCD) program at the Carsey School of Public Policy, discusses this unique degree program and how it can help advance the careers of ...

Careers for Impact

Careers for ImpactTuesday, April 4, 2023REGISTERRecent UNH alumni return to campus to discuss where their careers have led them since graduating, covering a diverse range of topics related to the ...

NH Listens Local Lunch Box: Embracing Complexity as a Facilitator

 Join NH Listens for a 45-minute informative and interactive session aimed at sharing bite-sized tips and resources from our toolbox for community engagement and facilitation. This session Embraci ...

Recordings of Recent Carsey School Events

The Biden Administration's First 100 Days

On Tuesday, April 27, the Carsey School of Public Policy and UNH Alumni hosted a panel discussion on the Biden administration's first 100 days. Panelists included Rich Ashooh ’86, Ellen Fitzpatrick, Ryan Gibson, and Ella Nilsen ’13 and the discussion was moderated by Carsey School Director Michael Ettlinger.

Bringing Clean Energy to Low-Income Communities

On April 21, 2021, Michael Swack and Eric Hangen of the Center for Impact Finance (CIF) at the Carsey School of Public Policy led a presentation and Q&A on methods of bringing clean energy to low-income communities through community-based financing.

John Kasich, former Governor of Ohio

On Nov. 7, 2019, the Carsey School of Public Policy hosted former Ohio Governor and 2016 GOP presidential candidate John Kasich for a politics and policy discussion and a signing of his new book, It's Up to Us: Ten Little Ways We Can Bring About Big Change. Tom Rath, former New Hampshire Attorney General, moderated the discussion.

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