A Rising Tide? The role of social networks for women oyster farmers in Maine and New Hampshire
Natalie Lord is pursuing her master’s degree in environmental conservation and sustainability and plans to apply her skills and knowledge to a career in marine science management.
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.
Microplastics and marine life in Great Bay
Taja Sims-Harper is a doctoral student in the marine biology Ph.D. program. She conducts research on microplastics in oysters and other marine life in Great Bay in the lab of Bonnie Brown, professor of ecological genetics and the chair of the department of biological sciences.
Pre-Professional Health Programs Advisor
Melissa Mellor, COLSA’s pre-professional health programs advisor, joined COLSA in 2019. She loves working with UNH’s pre-health students and helping them design a plan to maximize their success and achieve their goals.
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...
URC 2022: Targeting BCL6 in Ovarian Cancer
Harrison Parent ’22 of Belmont, NH, is studying Biochemistry and Molecular/Cellular Biology at COLSA. He recently presented his research at the 2022...
URC 2022: Roadways and Predator Populations in Southeastern N.H.
Lara G. Santos ’22 is an environmental conservation and sustainability major from Stoneham, Mass. She presented her research at the 2022...
A Legacy Blazes Her Own Path
Emily Pratt ’23, ’24G is a biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology major from Beverly, Mass. During her time at UNH, won both a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship and, most recently, the prestigious and coveted...
A future focused on helping people become in tune with their bodies
Joshua Morrison '23 is a nutrition: nutritional sciences option major from Hanson, Massachusetts.