Meet a Wildcat in Civil Engineering
Watch Payton Maddalon discuss her favorite things about attending the University of New Hampshire and advice for those considering UNH.
Meet a Wildcat in Computer Science
Joey Neleber discusses his favorite things about attending the University of New Hampshire and advice for those considering UNH.
Meet a Wildcat in Computer Engineering
Watch Wesley Newsam discuss his favorite things about attending the University of New Hampshire and advice for those considering UNH.
Natalie Cook '23 shares internship experience with NOAA
Natalie Cook ’23, an ocean engineering major from Brookline, New Hampshire, secured an at-sea internship with the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration and is documenting her experience.
Madeline Edwards '21G selected as Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant
Madeline Edwards ’21, who recently earned a Ph.D. in Integrated Applied Mathematics, was named the outstanding teaching award winner amongst graduate students. The award acknowledges and honor professors, lecturers and graduate assistants for their excellence in teaching. The awards, established...
Engineer gives back to program that inspired her
Angela Hampson, who completed an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering and graduate degree in ocean engineering, mentors with STEM outreach program she attended as a teen.
Julia Hilinski, an Analytics and Data Science mjor in the Computer Science department, was awarded the Department of Defense SMART Scholarship at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. This scholarship provides full tuition, summer internships, and full-time employment with the Department of Defense after...
Class Field Trip Launches Career
Civil engineering's Maggie Fillion '20 turned a fall class field trip into an internship and career opportunity with Shea Concrete. Her experience was documented in a podcast...
Using Magnetostratigraphy to Find the Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary in La Colonia Formation, Patagonia, Argentina
Peter Haber's research is featured in UNH Inquiry on the asteroid that collided with the Yucatan Peninsula approximately 66 million years ago, marking the end of the Cretaceous period.
UNH senior follows his passion
Dylan 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...