A perfect opportunity turns into perfect fit
Emily Kiss ’25 is a wildlife and conservation biology major from Madison, Conn. who spent her summer interning at the South Florida Wildlife Center thanks in part to a stipend she received from COLSA’s SOAR fund.
In Alaska, Listening to Whales
Emma Iovene ’24 is a marine, estuarine and freshwater biology major who spent the summer interning in Alaska for the Sound Science Research College, thanks in part to financial support she received from COLSA’s SOAR Fund.
A summer spent rehabilitating wildlife
Wildlife and conservation biology major Emily Chesterton ’25 talks about her rewarding internship at the Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, Massachusetts.
Conducting research, influencing policy
Wildlife and conservation biology major Carly Hoag ’23 is interning at an estuarine research reserve in Alaska this summer.
An opportunity to conduct research that’s important and personal
Nicole Benjamin ’24 is a genetics major who is spending the summer as a research assistant at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
A summer internship working with wild animals
Wildlife and conservation biology major Lydia Rheinhardt ’24 answers a few questions about her summer internship at the Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, Massachusetts.
Helping Communities Prosper
Anna Stockman graduated from UNH in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in community and environmental planning, and now works for Eastern Maine Development Corporation.
New Challenge Brings New Opportunity
Kaley Jean ’21 is a genetics major and Classics minor from Merrimack, NH who is working as a a clinical lab assistant in UNH's COVID testing lab. "While a pandemic isn’t the best way to end my undergraduate career," she says, "I think helping others is."