Journal Alert: University Officials In Contact With Students Studying
In United Kingdom
the terrorist attack in London Thursday, July 7, university officials
are in the process of contacting students who are preparing to study
in the United Kingdom this summer, including 33 UNH students set
to begin their classes Monday in Cambridge, England.
Several UNH students will be participating in the UNH Cambridge
Summer Program. Two UNH professors coordinating the program, Margaret-Love
Denman, associate professor of English, and Andrew Merton, professor
of English, are in Cambridge in preparation for classes to begin
Monday, July 11. The program has enrolled 56 students, including
33 UNH students.
According to university officials, the professors have assessed
the safety issues at Gonville and Caius College at Cambridge University
where the students will be residing and have determined that the
program will proceed as planned. The university’s London Program
at Regent’s College is on the academic year cycle and is not
in session. UNH is in the process of contacting the participants
of the Cambridge and London programs to ensure they have the most
up-to-date information about the status of the programs.
In addition, the Center for International Education has confirmed
that two UNH students studying in London this summer on UNH-approved
programs are safe.