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 ...
Non parametric models for the study of marine ecosystems
Miguel de Jesus Gomez Garcia believes that modern quantitative methods can significantly enhance our comprehension of ecosystems and help address complex conservation and management questions that have proved challenging thus far.
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.
UNH Woodman Horticultural Research Farm and Kingman Research Farm
UNH farm manager Evan Ford pursued a career in farming and horticulture, which eventually led him to UNH, after seeing the importance and value of food production overseas.
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.
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.