Alumni

A Message from the Chair...

On July 1, 2015, I began my service as Chair of our storied Department. The Chemistry Department was a special place when you were here, and it still is. I see excitement and enthusiasm in our hallways, in our classrooms and in our laboratories every day. We have a highly talented and dedicated group of faculty, staff and students that continue to make UNH Chemistry a truly wonderful place. Our unwavering commitments to undergraduate and graduate education, our cutting-edge research programs and our ardent service to community, state, region and country have never been more impressive or more central to the University’s mission. I am proud of our Department and all of the people, past and present. Please know that this remains your department as much as mine. I invite you to continue to connect yourself to UNH Chemistry. Call or e-mail and tell us how you’re doing. Even better, plan a visit and walk the storied hallways of Parsons Hall once again! I look forward to seeing you soon.

Glen Miller, Chair
(603) 862-2456
glen.miller@unh.edu

Chemistry Department Alumni

  • Each job I have had since my time at the UNH has been quite different from the rest and I think that UNH prepared me to be able to quickly and efficiently shift from one job to the next.
    Each job I have had since my time at the UNH has been quite different from the rest and I think that UNH prepared me to be able to quickly and efficiently shift from one job to the next.
  • Samantha always knew she wanted to be a teacher when studying chemistry at UNH. Right after graduating, she obtained her Statement of Eligibility to teach in New Hampshire and has been doing so ever since. She is currently a chemistry teacher at Nashua High School North where she has been working...
    Samantha always knew she wanted to be a teacher when studying chemistry at UNH. Right after graduating, she obtained her Statement of Eligibility to teach in New Hampshire and has been doing so ever since. She is currently a chemistry teacher at Nashua High School North where she has been working...
  • Choosing chemistry as my major in undergrad was one of the best yet most difficult decisions I have ever made. I knew going into my freshman year at UNH I wanted to someday attend pharmacy school and become a pharmacist. With that being my ultimate goal, I could have chosen many majors, that could...
    Choosing chemistry as my major in undergrad was one of the best yet most difficult decisions I have ever made. I knew going into my freshman year at UNH I wanted to someday attend pharmacy school and become a pharmacist. With that being my ultimate goal, I could have chosen many majors, that could...
  • I have been at Olivet College since 2004 and have had many opportunities to use the skills I gained from my doctoral work with Dr. Richard Johnson and the cognate in college teaching, mentored by Dr. Chris Bauer. When I started, I was the only full-time chemist and my experiences at UNH gave me the...
    I have been at Olivet College since 2004 and have had many opportunities to use the skills I gained from my doctoral work with Dr. Richard Johnson and the cognate in college teaching, mentored by Dr. Chris Bauer. When I started, I was the only full-time chemist and my experiences at UNH gave me the...
  • UNH was a wonderful place to grow up and discover my passion in science and engineering.  I found a home away from home in the chemistry department surrounded by supportive staff, professors and classmates.  While at UNH I spent most of my time at Parsons studying and working for...
    UNH was a wonderful place to grow up and discover my passion in science and engineering.  I found a home away from home in the chemistry department surrounded by supportive staff, professors and classmates.  While at UNH I spent most of my time at Parsons studying and working for...