Spotlight

Curiosity Keeps Runner on the Move
Ryan Spelman ’20 came to UNH with a deep curiosity for the world around him and a desire to study science.
A Diagnosis Leads to New Priorities
Jason Alme ’21 is pursuing his third undergraduate degree, this time with a powerful motivator.
High Speed Accomplishment
Haley Neal ’19 has fit a lot of learning into the three years she’s been at UNH – so much so, that the nutrition major will be graduating a year early.
Into the Woods
Zachary Simino ’19 wants to preserve and protect New Hampshire’s forests, and the forest technology program is giving him the foundational knowledge and hands-on experience he needs for success.
Celebrating Food as a Source of Nourishment, Joy and Connection
Sarah Dramstad '20 is a nutrition major: dietetics option who not only wants people to be healthy. She wants people to love and enjoy food.
Space to Fail, Motivation to Succeed
Andy DeMeo isn't afraid to fail, and that just may be the secret to his success.
An Introvert No More
The once-reserved Zach Beckwith '19 is a different person than he was when he arrived on campus, thanks to a newfound confidence.
From New Hampshire to Alaska
Deborah Rudis, a UNH wildlife biology major from the class of 1975, has found herself a long way from Durham.
A Childhood Fascination Becomes a Life’s Work
Driven by an insatiable curiosity and love of insects, Breanne (Bre) Aflague is preparing for a future that satisfies both.
Protecting Forests on an Interconnected and Changing Planet
Jeff Garnas says that the planet's forests face serious problems due to climate change and a global trade system that make possible the spread of insects and pathogens.
Marble Scholar and Model of Perseverance
Katie Anderson ’20 was recently awarded the prestigious Charles F. Marble Scholarship — the first Biomedical Science: Medical Laboratory Science major to achieve the honor — and joined COLSA's growing cohort of Marble Scholars.
Finding Her Niche, Following Her Passion
Kaitlyn LeClair ’19 rode Morgan horses for 10 years before she arrived at UNH and discovered her love of the breed displaced by a new interest: cows.