Spotlight

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...
Chris Daigle '02 co-authored an article on the construction of the John Greenleaf Whittier Memorial Bridge that crosses the Merrimack River on Interstate 95. Four additional UNH alums were also involved in the design and construction of the bridge. 
The computer science department is proud to announce that three of our faculty are highlighted in the 2019 issue of Spark, UNH's research review. Momotaz Begum has been awarded a National Science Foundation Grant along with faculty from the College of Health and Human Services,  Laura Dietz...
Meet Our Faculty: Erin Bell
In her own words, Erin Bell describes her journey to becoming an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.
The Boudreau group's work focuses on the design and synthesis of small molecules as inhibitors of ​beta-lactamases​, which are enzymes responsible for bacterial resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics. Antimicrobial resistance has been a recurring and increasing problem arising from the overuse of...
Elizabeth Bright graduated from the University of New Mexico in her home town of Albuquerque. She majored in chemistry and had the privilege of working under Drs. Lorraine Deck and Robert Paine on the synthesis of benzoxazines, compounds which may be effective for binding and removing uranium from...
Taoqing Wang was born in Shanxi Province in China and completed her undergraduate studies as a chemistry major at China Agricultural University, Beijing, China in 2010. She obtained her MSc in bioengineering from the China Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, in 2013 under the supervision of Prof....
CEPS researchers excited about opportunities of the state-wide BioMade effort
Faculty members from the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences are leading a statewide research effort to advance biomaterials with the potential to save patient lives and improve overall quality of life as part of the five-year, $20 million NH BioMade grant.