It is with heartfelt best wishes that we, the Department of Chemistry, announce the retirement of Professor Art Greenberg and Professor Sterling Tomellini for this academic year. They join the ranks of esteemed retirees: Prof. Howard Mayne, Prof. Gary Weisman, Prof. Ed Wong, Prof. Denny Chasteen,...
Civil & Environmental engineering alum named 30 under 30 by GreenBiz
Zack Agelini was recently honored by GreenBiz in its annual 30 Under 30. He serves as the senior environmental stewardship manager at Timberland working to mitigate the environmental impact of its boots, jackets and accessories.
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.
Undergraduate Research: Daniel Okuniewicz Jr., Environmental Sciences Hydrology major, contributed an article to UNH's Inquiry about his research under the mentorship of Anne Lightbody
Research Articles Extracting Bankfull Widths and Stream Slopes from New England Rivers
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...
Environmental engineer recieves national recognition
Jihyon Im ‘13 ‘15G was recently recognized by the American Water Works Association as one of five recipients of the Outstanding Young Professional Award. Im is an environmental engineer at CDSmith.
Genomics studies are helping to reveal how bacteria and archaea influence one of Earth’s largest carbon stores as it begins to thaw.
Each year the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) Career and Professional Success (CaPS) team puts together a pictoral glimpse of the First Destination Survey results. Here are the results from the Chemistry Class of 2020, a particularly difficult year that still saw students thrive...
First generation college student settles in at UNH
Mechanical engineering's Oscany Rodriguez DeJesus '21 transfered from Manchester Community College and got plenty of hands-on experience through the John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center.