Wildcat Spotlight

UNH senior follows his passion
ylan Wheeler ’20 has been described as a person who lives in a universe with 28-hour days. Here’s why: he’s founded two startups and he hasn’t even graduated yet. He launched the first one during his freshman year, and it has helped pay his way through UNH. He also has his own website...
Learning What She Didn't Know
Before Lihy Buchbinder ’21 arrived at UNH, she had a cultural experience that few students have: In December 2014, having  finished high school, Buchbinder returned to her homeland to serve in the Israeli Army.
Improving Infrastructure to Deliver Clean Water
Meghan White graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor of science in environmental engineering in 2018 before beginning her master’s degree in civil engineering in August of 2018. The Wakefield, Massachusetts native chose civil engineering because of her passion for helping to...
YouScheduler in the news:  DURHAM – Looking for a way to avoid 8 a.m. classes, University of New Hampshire computer science student Francesco Mikulis-Borsoi reached out to his friend Kristian Comer in October 2017. Two years later, they are generating revenue with YouScheduler, a website that...
Tell us something you’re involved with here at UNH This year I am serving my first term as President of the Graduate Student Senate (GSS).  Serving on the GSS gives me a tremendous opportunity to support and give back to the graduate community. What is your plan for after graduation? I hope to find...
The computer cluster is my favorite room in Chase. I have made very close friends in my major, and those friendships all started in the cluster.
The Ocean Engineering program at UNH has allowed me to apply my undergraduate experience in chemical engineering and use it for research that has a much greater interest for me.
Why did you choose to attend UNH? The people.  I visited a number of schools, and the people on this campus made the decision pretty easy for me. What have you learned that has made a difference to you? The study of oceanic sciences will always be critical to peoples’ knowledge because it is always...
Serving in a Dual Role
Jake Remick ‘19 found an opportunity to balance a rigorous engineering course load while leading and mentoring others in the ROTC. He is now working at BAE Systems and is an infantry officer in the Army National Guard. Produced by UNH Communications and Public Affairs.
Dalton Marsh received the Leitzel Award for best oral presentation
Dalton Marsh received the Leitzel Award for best oral presentation in STEM Education Research at the Graduate Research Conference at the Whittemore Center in April, 2019.  The presentations in the Leitzel Award competition were all extremely relevant and very high quality in the area of K-12 STEM...
URC Project Creates ROTC Smartphone App
Veronica Chambers-O’Bryan ’19 knows the amount of paperwork Air Force ROTC cadets are inundated with during officer training. Jason Nguyen ‘19 knows coding. So, when Chambers-O’Bryan got the idea to develop a smartphone application to make keeping track of all those instructions and rules more...
Digging in the dirt and keeping research clean
Rebecca Phillibert's research is featured in UNH Inquiry as she explored bridging two majors with hands-on work.