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M.S. Nutritional Sciences: Dietetic Internship
1.  Why did you choose UNH?Choosing the MS/DI program at UNH came as a surprise to me. I didn’t look into the program until late into the application process when I discovered they were adding a Masters edition. I was intrigued by their dedication to not just nutrition but also the sustainability...
Students volunteer at NEDA for team fundraiser
A group of riders from the UNH equestrian team recently volunteered at the New England Dressage Association (NEDA) Fall Festival of Dressage at HITS Saugerties in New York as part of a team fundraiser. The students, all of whom compete on the UNH Intercollegiate Dressage Association (IDA) squad,...
I recently finished my B.S. in Environmental Engineering at the University of Georgia, and fell in love with the idea of Ecological Engineering or simply Ecosystem Restoration, combining engineering designs and ecological principles.
Using a publicly available database of seaweed occurrence records dating back as far as the 1800s, I am investigating how the composition of seaweed communities in the Gulf of Maine has changed over time.
I am interested in how decapod crustaceans interact with each other and their habitat, especially in relation to fishery pressures and changing environmental conditions. My work at UNH focuses on how shell disease and other chronic stressors may impact the mating and foraging success of the...
Broadly speaking, I'm interested in how introduced species eventually become normal parts of invaded ecosystems. More specifically I am studying the introduced seaweed Codium fragile and the native herbivore Placida dendritica.
M.S. Natural Resources: Environmental Conservation
Research Topic: The Future of Dams
M.S. Natural Resources
Research Topic: Nitrogen cycling in agroecosystems
M.S. Natural Resources: Environmental Economics
Research Topic: Agricultural Commissions and Rural Development in New Hampshire 
M.S. Natural Resources
Research Topic: The role of public participation in food policy reform
M.S. Natural Resources
Research Topic: Salt marsh resilience to sea level rise
M.S. Natural Resources: Wildlife and Conservation Biology
Research Topic: Use of transmission line rights-of-way and New England cottontail clearcuts by adult and fledgling songbirds during the breeding and post-breeding periods.