Spotlight

Hard work and passion lead to success
Ashley Bruns '19 believes in the value of goals. "Set goals for yourself," she says. "And when you achieve them, set more."
Senior looks ahead to veterinary school and a career helping animals
Rachel Friedland is currently deciding which veterinary school she’d like to attend following her graduation in May, 2019.
Recent grad didn’t go far to find a rewarding job
Pete Kane ’18 started managing the Farm to You NH high tunnels and half-acre field adjacent to the Fairchild Dairy in 2016, while he was still an undergrad.
Taking advantage of all opportunities to shine
As Sydney Snelling ’19 prepares to graduate this spring, she reflects on all the amazing opportunities she’s had at UNH, including an internship at Lonza Biologics for two summers in a row.
When the world is your oyster (literally)
Audrey Berenson ‘19 began working in a faculty research lab in 2016. She's been studying Vibrio parahaemolyticus bacteria in local oysters.
A chance to develop rare expertise and work on solving recycling industry crisis
Jordan Strater '19 is interning at the Northeast Resource Recovery Association, where she’s researching a solution to a serious problem facing towns and the recycling industry. 
Lonza Biologics intern is fascinated by the human microbiome and it’s impact on our health
Avianna Guerrero is determined to be part of future a scientific discovery or medical breakthrough.
Natural Resources grad student celebrates fellowship and explains awe for “universe beneath our feet”
A few days before heading home to North Liberty, Iowa, for Thanksgiving, Bennett Thompson, a graduate student in UNH’s natural resources program, got some news great news: He’d been named a ...
Air National Guardsman is helping out with research that has implications for public health
Colin McGonagle is excited by the growth in his chosen field and the potential impacts new disoveries are having on public health, medicine, agriculture and environmental production.
A Lifelong Lover of Marine Animals Finds Her Calling
Mary Kate Munley '21 is driven to keep seizing opportunities and gaining the skills and knowledge she needs for a successful and rewarding career as a marine biologist.
Avid hiker heads to the beach for a transformative summer internship
Grey Miller ‘20, who chose UNH for its easy access to hiking and camping in the White Mountains, talks about why he jumped at an opportunity to spend the summer collecting data on sea turtles in Vero Beach, Florida.
A full resume and resilience has made this grad ready for anything
We caught up with Kimmie Lavoie '17, a wildlife and conservation biology major who recently completed work for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.