Spotlight

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...
(Research Experience and Apprenticeship Program)
Bioengineering major Ryann Boudreau has conducted a REAP (Research Experience and Apprenticeship Program) with faculty mentor Dr. Kyung Jae Jeong on the development of a hydrogel to assist in the healing process of implanted artificial corneas.
(Research Experience and Apprenticeship Program)
Bioengineering major Ryann Boudreau has conducted REAP (Research Experience and Apprenticeship Program) reseach with faculty mentor Dr. Kyung Jae Jeong on the development of a hydrogel to assist in the healing process of implanted artifical corneas.
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.
Evaluating contaminants in the environment
Alexa Kaminski, an enviromental engineering student, was recently feature in UNH Inquiry Journal for her research titled: Evaluation of Methods to Monitor Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Contamination in the Environment.
Professor Linder completes the 2019 Boston Marathon
Professor Ernst Linder successfully completed the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15. To say that Linder runs pretty fast is an understatement. His overall time was 3:08:53, putting him at a 07:13 pace.  “Over the last 10 years I started running to work and back, about 2.6 to 3 miles each way....
ISPE Boston Area Chapter - 1st Place Undergraduate Student Poster Contest Winner
The ISPE Boston Area Chapter has named UNH Bioengineering Major Nathan Cunningham, the 2019 First Place Undergraduate Student Poster Contest Winner. Nathan has been invited to present his poster at the upcoming ISPE International Poster Contest at the ISPE Annual Meeting in October.
Athletes recognized for efforts in the classroom
Chemical engineering student Dean Yost '19 and bioengineering student Kendra Kukulski '20 were recently inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma, the National College Athlete Honor Society, which consists of junior and senior athletes with a GPA of 3.5 or above and of good moral character.
Cassidy Yates ‘20, an environmental engineering student, was recently awarded the 2019 Mueller Continuing Education Scholarship from the American Water Works Association (AWWA) in their Broad International Competition. The scholarship, awarded to those seeking an initial undergraduate degree in the...
Graduate student wins poster competition
Sarah Jakositz, a graduate student in civil and environmental engineering, received first place in the graduate division of the New England Water Works Association Spring Conference student poster competition. She shared her work on designing and testing a citizen science method to improve the...