2020 Educator of the Year
COLSA alumnus Steve Roberge '03 has been named 2020 "Educator of the Year" by Cheshire County Conservation District in New Hampshire. This award recognizes his efforts to steward a conservation ethic and awareness through his personal and professional work.
Working with Stakeholders Across NH to Protect Wildlife Habitats
Haley Andreozzi graduated from UNH in 2013 with a master’s degree in natural resources: wildlife and conservation biology. She is now the wildlife outreach program manager at UNH Extension.
Land Conservation and Sustainable Lumber Harvesting
Katrina (Papanastassiou) Amaral earned both her bachelor’s degree in zoology and her master’s degree in natural resources: wildlife and conservation biology from UNH. She is now the executive director of Bear-Paw Regional Greenways, a land conservation nonprofit.
Doing Her Part to Keep the UNH Community Safe
Cassandra Amarello, who earned her bachelor's degree in genetics in 2018, is one of the employees working in the lab and helping keep the UNH community safe.
Nutrition Degree Prepared Alum for Chiropractic Career
George Jumpp graduated in 2014 with a degree in nutritional sciences and went on to earn a doctorate in chiropractic. An accomplished member of UNH’s track team, George credits chiropractic care with contributing to his success as an athlete. The apex of George’s track career came unexpectedly on...
From Nutritional Sciences Major to Plastic Surgeon
When Natalie Godfrey ’10 tells current undergraduates not be afraid to challenge themselves, it isn’t a knee-jerk platitude: it’s honest advice that’s reflected in her own life choices. Learn about her journey from nutrition science major to plastic surgeon.
Alumnus Reflects on UNH’s Role in His Success
Alexander Nardone is heading to the Uniform Services University of the Health Sciences School of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland following four years in Japan as an assistant language teacher for the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program.
From Eager Mentee to Accomplished Mentor
Randy Hall, a biochemistry major from the class of 1990, discovered his affinity for research almost 30 years ago, as an undergraduate in Professor Rick Cote’s lab.
A master's program bestows the right tools for success
Gabriella Angelini graduated in 2017 with a master’s degree in genetics. She is now a research associate at the Broad Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts.