Spotlight

A STEM Research Partnership between UNH & Gyeonggi Science High School for the Gifted in South Korea
Professor Subhash Minocha hosted eight students from the Gyeonggi Science High School for the Gifted in Suwon, South Korea as part of the Science Research Internship Program (SRIP).
Enticed by environment, economics and opportunity
Vincent Pagano ’20 is an environmental conservation and sustainability major and economics minor from Epsom, New Hampshire. At UNH, Vincent has forged a challenging and exciting path that...
Learning to do what he loves
Jake Fisher ‘21 is an applied animal science major from Warner, New Hampshire who raises dairy cattle and competes in cattle competitions throughout the Northeast and Midwest.
Finding the Perfect Fit
Kendall Gray ’20 is an environmental conservation and sustainability major and Spanish minor from Finksburg...
Bacteria Blooms Threaten Lake, Human and Animal Health
The Cyanobacteria Monitoring Collective (CMC) conference was held at UNH’s Durham campus in January. The CMC, which includes professional scientists, citizen scientists and trained water professionals, met to discuss ongoing efforts to track blooms and strategize about ways to educate the public.
From Eager Mentee to Accomplished Mentor
Randy Hall, a biochemistry major from the class of 1990, discovered his affinity for research almost 30 years ago, as an undergraduate in Professor Rick Cote’s lab.
Prof. Haney Answers Four Questions
Find out Prof. Haney's answers to four questions about his teaching style, love of zoology, and expectations in the classroom and lab.
Ecology should be a collaboration by people around the world, expanding the science community to include the Global South as well as the Global North.
Learning to speak for those who can’t
Margaret Frye '20 is a veterinary technology major from New Bern, North Carolina. Her childhood dog Alice gave her the chance to see firsthand the profound impact that pets can have on the lives of their humans, and she the motivating force behind Margaret’s chosen course of study. COLSA: What has...
An Unpaid Internship Pays Off
Alexia Gianoulis’s love of wildlife and exotic animals began with her childhood pets, a hedgehog and gecko, and led to a recent summer internship at the New England Wildlife Center in South Weymouth, Massachusetts.
Research, Outreach and Adventure at Sea
Marine, Estuarine and Freshwater Biology major Marissa Cartee ’21 relays the exciting details of her recent summer internship at Whale and Dolphin Conservation. 
A master's program bestows the right tools for success
Gabriella Angelini graduated in 2017 with a master’s degree in genetics. She is now a research associate at the Broad Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts.