A Veteran Chooses UNH for Experiential Learning Opportunities
Meet Torin Scalora-Riley, an Armed Forces veteran studying ways to mitigate climate change impacts. He is majoring in environmental science with a minor in outdoor adventure recreation. Aside from his academic pursuits, Torin is planning to climb Mount Rainier in Washington in June 2023 to raise...
Hands-On Experiences Made All the Difference
Liza Balet '23 is a wildlife and conservation biology major and animal science minor from Ballston Spa, N.Y.
Hands-on environmental studies for U.S. students
Ecology, sustainability, and environmental science were the focus of a special visit by EcoQuest’s international students to the Ramsar wetland at Pūkorokoro Miranda on 28 October 2022.
A focus on the pathogenesis of human disease and the study of diagnostic tests
Megan Tyler ’23 is a biomedical science: medical laboratory science major from Dracut, Mass. She is a two-year recipient of the Charles F. Marble Scholarship and has also received the Evelyn Nixon-Jardine Scholarship, the Dickie Family Scholarship, the Pamela Low Scholarship, and the Class of 1931...
Striving for a better understanding of the brain and its disorders
Kostandina Bicja is a neuroscience and behavior major and psychology minor from Manchester, New Hampshire. She is also a first-generation college student whose family immigrated to the U.S. shortly before she was born....
Promoting energy efficiency within the food service industry
Madelyn Bradley is an environmental and resource economics major from Wakefield, R.I. who was awarded a sustainability fellowship by the UNH Sustainability Institute.
UNH snare drummer prepares for career searching for life in the universe
Andrea Pecora is a biomedical science: medical laboratory science major and classics minor who received a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship to conduct research with Professor Lou Tisa.
Learning how to use solutions-based research to protect oceans
Kennedy McGrath is a dual major in marine, estuarine and freshwater biology and sustainability with a minor in marine policy. Kennedy conducts research on marine plastic pollution, and she is currently being mentored by Taja Sims-Harper, a doctoral candidate in the marine biology Ph.D. program.
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...