Wildcat

Finding Her Fit in the Field of Animal Rehabilitation
Kaylee Galvin ’24 is a double major in zoology and neuroscience with a minor in marine biology. She is from Dudley, Mass. Thanks in part to a stipend from COLSA’s SOAR fund, Kaylee was able to accept a summer internship as a wildlife care intern at the Center for Wildlife in York, Maine. The ...
A Major Opportunity
Meet Madi Wing, zoology major and double minor in animal science and animal behavior, from Pawcatuck, Connecticut.
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.
Love for marine animals leads to internship
Olivia Lucia ’26 is a marine, estuarine and freshwater biology major who is spending the summer caring for marine animals and conducting research as part of her internship at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk.
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.
Teaching children about wildlife
Kaylee Finch ’25 is a wildlife and conservation biology major who is spending her summer teaching children about wildlife and inspiring them to care about animals and their environment.
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.
Prepared for Success
Ryan Fleury ’23 is a forestry major with a minor in geospatial analysis. COLSA: Why did you choose UNH? Ryan Fleury: I choose UNH because it is the state school for New Hampshire, and I had heard good things about the education it provides. COLSA: What's your major and why did you choose it? Ryan...
An Undeclared Student Finds the Perfect Fit
Makayla Edgecomb is a community and environmental planning major with minors in environmental conservation and sustainability and business administration. In 2021, Makayla won the merit-based Granite State Development Corporation scholarship, which covered her tuition, room and board costs for her...