Spotlight

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...
Dan Kirichok '22 highlights his work in UNH's InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL) and part of the College of Engineering and Physical Science's first cohort in the Innovation Scholars program.
Grad student masters the art of data visualization
In a darkened room filled with gigantic computer screens, Drew Stevens '17G types on the keyboard and watches the results: A blade of kelp that appears three-dimensional begins moving as if it’s underwater, the shape morphing and flowing back and forth. Stevens points out where small crustaceans...
Fellowship Finalist
Jesse Ross, a graduate student in civil engineering, was named a finalist for the 2020 class of the National Sea Grant College Program’s prestigious John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship.
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.