Spotlight

Working with Stakeholders Across NH to Protect Wildlife Habitats
Haley Andreozzi graduated from UNH in 2013 with a master’s degree in natural resources: wildlife and conservation biology. She is now the wildlife outreach program manager at UNH Extension.
Protecting Wildlife in New Hampshire
Pat Tate graduated from UNH in 1999 with a degree in wildlife and in 2007 with a master’s degree in natural resources: wildlife. He is now a wildlife biologist with NH Fish & Game.
Land Conservation and Sustainable Lumber Harvesting
Katrina (Papanastassiou) Amaral earned both her bachelor’s degree in zoology and her master’s degree in natural resources: wildlife and conservation biology from UNH. She is now the executive director of Bear-Paw Regional Greenways, a land conservation nonprofit.
Success is in the Details
Soleha Patel ‘21 is a biomedical science: medical and veterinary sciences major from Mumbai, India. Her involvement in COVID-19 testing on UNH's campus has given her valuable exposure to the American healthcare system.
Jumping In & Helping Out
Nathaniel Lemai is a biology major from Hampton, New Hampshire.
UNH Researchers Detect Heavy Pollution on Martha's Vineyard
UNH researchers have found high levels of dangerous toxins from cyanobacteria in many of the freshwater, brackish and saltwater ponds on Martha's Vineyard, prompting concern among Island health and water quality experts.
Taking Action for the Community
Liv Thrower is a nutrition major from Windham, New Hampshire.
Hands-On Experience Too Important to Pass Up
Maegan Mannes is a biomedical sciences: medical laboratory science major from Torrance, California.
The Priority is Helping Others
Madison Neathawk is majoring in biomedical science: medical laboratory science and minoring in public health. She is from Swanzy, New Hampshire.
Food insecurity concerns lead to change in major
Alexandra Papadakis ’21 has long been interested in food. When she started at UNH, she thought that interest would take her in the direction of how it’s grown, harvested, marketed, consumed. Then she started thinking more about hunger.
Grateful to be on the Front Line
Ian Ayer is a pre-med biomedical science: medical and veterinary sciences major from Nashua, New Hampshire who says there's no other place for him than being on the front lines of the pandemic
Some are harmless, some are not
Lecturer Davida Margolin's course Germs 101 has taken on a new relevancy this year thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.