Wildcat

Experience Makes Her Stand Out
Amber McElhinney ’19 had to switch her major from equine studies: equine science option to chemical engineering for a semester before she realized that she was where she belonged all along. 
Coming a Long Way and Going Much Farther
Angelica Beltrán Franco ’19 is a wildlife and conservation biology major and animal behavior minor who moved to the U.S. with her family in 2013 from Medellin, Colombia. 
Promoting the connection between good food and health
Taylor Zupo ‘20 recently returned from Chachapoyas, Peru where she and three other UNH students spent January term in an agricultural exchange program at Universidad Nacional Toribio Rodriguez de Mendoza de Amazonas.
Focused on Finding a Cure
Andrea Cote ’21 may be a triplet, but this Chelmsford, Massachusetts native is having no trouble standing out on her own at UNH.
Finding Confidence through Experience
Casey Sturzo ’19 didn’t need to go far to find a life-changing college experience: 10 miles, to be exact. But for the senior animal science major from Epping, New Hampshire, the distance made the difference.
Learning Inside and Outside the Classroom
At UNH, Kiley Kennedy ’19 has found unique opportunities for learning in both traditional and nontraditional ways that are preparing her for the future.
Hard work and passion lead to success
Ashley Bruns '19 believes in the value of goals. "Set goals for yourself," she says. "And when you achieve them, set more."
Taking advantage of all opportunities to shine
As Sydney Snelling ’19 prepares to graduate this spring, she reflects on all the amazing opportunities she’s had at UNH, including an internship at Lonza Biologics for two summers in a row.
When the world is your oyster (literally)
Audrey Berenson ‘19 began working in a faculty research lab in 2016. She's been studying Vibrio parahaemolyticus bacteria in local oysters.
Lonza Biologics intern is fascinated by the human microbiome and it’s impact on our health
Avianna Guerrero is determined to be part of future a scientific discovery or medical breakthrough.
Air National Guardsman is helping out with research that has implications for public health
Colin McGonagle is excited by the growth in his chosen field and the potential impacts new disoveries are having on public health, medicine, agriculture and environmental production.
A Lifelong Lover of Marine Animals Finds Her Calling
Mary Kate Munley '21 is driven to keep seizing opportunities and gaining the skills and knowledge she needs for a successful and rewarding career as a marine biologist.