Civil Engineering Student Advisory Board

Mitchell Dutton

I am a senior Civil Engineering student focused in Structural Engineering. I grew up in Salem, NH before recently moving to Manchester. I enjoy water skiing and running, and am a member of the Cross Country and Track & Field teams here at UNH. I spent the spring of my junior year studying abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland. After graduation, I plan to pursue my master’s degree in Structural Engineering.



Emily Frazzoni

student advisory board memberHi! I am a senior civil engineering student minoring in architecture. I am from Brentwood NH and went to Exeter High School. Currently I am the treasurer of the Society of Women Engineers, part of Kappa Kappa Psi and play the flute in both the Marching Band and Pep Band. I have been riding horses my entire life and also enjoy playing softball. I work for Play-Well TEKnologies, it is a company that does summer camps, after school programs and birthday parties for children ages 5-12 using LEGO to teach them basic engineering principles.


Dzijeme (Dj) Ntumi

student advisory board memberI was born in Ghana, Africa and moved to the United States of America at the age of six. I am currently a senior in Civil Engineering and hope to get a masters in both Civil Engineering and Architecture. I enjoy working with children and have been taking care and teaching children for the past four years. I graduated from Nashua High School North in Nashua NH, and I can usually be found in Kingsbury Hall, or DeMeritt Hall.


Eric Caron

Student Advisory Board Member

I am a junior and non-traditional student here at UNH. I am originally from Groveton, NH and am now currently residing in Newmarket, NH. Before UNH I had attended Daniel Webster College where I received a degree in Air Traffic Management.  After graduating I completed a lifelong dream by hiking the Appalachian Trail. After finishing my hike I obtained a job  surveying in the wireless communications industry. The job piqued my interest in engineering and now I am back to complete a second degree.