Distribution of endemic frogs in the British Virgin Islands Research
Creightanya Brewley's thesis project is centered on investigating the distribution and habitat requirements of the endemic frogs of the British Virgin Islands, especially the endangered Virgin Islands Coqui (Eleutherodactylus schwartzi).
Aquaculture Research at UNH: Using Fish Physiology to Help Growers of Commercially Important Species
Optimizing culture conditions and strains is necessary to assure adequate growth and survival of fishes cultured for food and for stock restoration. This work is also important to understand and, in some cases, mitigate the impacts of adverse environmental conditions on wild fishes.
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...
Dr. Ray Grizzle and his colleagues at the University of New Hampshire study the many ecological services offered by eastern oysters and how they can support current restoration efforts in and around New Hampshire's Great Bay Estuary.
UNH Farm Services/Department of Biological Sciences
New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station research technician Renee Goyette spent years running her own farm and selling produce at local farmers’ markets, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) operations, and restaurants before she began working at UNH with the late UNH researcher and...
UNH has been working with the New England aquaculture industry (salmon farmers in Maine and steelhead trout farmers in NH) to promote the use of Lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumpus) as cleaner fish in salmonid cage culture to control parasitic sea lice.
Dr. Bonnie Brown and her colleagues study the many factors impacting the health and growth of eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) in New Hampshire's Great Bay Estuary and throughout the North American Atlantic coast.
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.
Issues Commendation for 100 Years of Graduates
UNH Fairchild Dairy Teaching and Research Center
Rachel Dubanoski ’15 earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems with a focus on Dairy Management from the University of New Hampshire before working...
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.