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Creating meaningful and positive changes within the marine ecosystem
Lauren McDowell’s passion for conservation and for studying and working with marine life led her to the University of New Hampshire – a top tier...
URC 2022: Take a Chance on Me: How Motivation, Risk Perception, and Personality Enter Into Choices About Risk
Aislinn Low '22 – a student in the Neuroscience and Behavior program at COLSA – presented at the 2022 UNH Undergraduate Research Conference on how...
URC 2022: The Effects of Estradiol on the Angiogenic Factor CCN1 in Human Tumor Granulosa Cells
Kiely Hoyt '23 of Mahopac, NY, is a student in the Biomedical Science program at COLSA who presented her research into human tumor granulosa cells at the 2022...
URC 2022: The Dynamics of Perceptual Filling-in and Motion Induced Blindness During Binocular Rivalry
Emily Komerska '25 of Newmarket, NH, is a pre-med Neuroscience and Behavior major at COLSA who shared her research into visual perception research at the 2022...
URC 2022: Targeting BCL6 in Ovarian Cancer
Harrison Parent ’22 of Belmont, NH, is studying Biochemistry and Molecular/Cellular Biology at COLSA. He recently presented his research at the 2022...
URC 2022: Roadways and Predator Populations in Southeastern N.H.
Lara G. Santos ’22 is an environmental conservation and sustainability major from Stoneham, Mass. She presented her research at the 2022...
A Legacy Blazes Her Own Path
Emily Pratt ’23, ’24G is a biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology major from Beverly, Mass. During her time at UNH, won both a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship and, most recently, the prestigious and coveted...
A future focused on helping people become in tune with their bodies
Joshua Morrison '23 is a nutrition: nutritional sciences option major from Hanson, Massachusetts.
Four years, two degrees
Megann Sullivan is currently pursuing her associate degree in veterinary technology and plans to move to the four-year biomedical sciences: medical and veterinary sciences major following graduation.
“So many benefits to eating a healthy, well-rounded diet”
Lauren Grabeau is a nutrition and wellness major from Nashua, New Hampshire. While she didn’t arrive at UNH intending to major in nutrition, she’s excited to have found a major that has inspired her and awakened her passion.
“Proper nutrition is the foundation of good health”
Halle Derouin is a nutrition: dietetics major and a culinary nutrition and food studies minor, and she is also enrolled in the accelerated nutritional sciences with dietetic internship master’s program.
"There are so many reasons why nutrition is important"
Julia Melius is a nutritional sciences master’s student from Reading, Massachusetts. She graduated from UNH in 2021 with a degree in nutrition with a dietetics option.