Getting SMART
UNH has once again had a strong showing in the competition for Science, Math and Research for Transformation(SMART) scholarships.
Getting SMART
UNH has once again had a strong showing in the competition for Science, Math and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarships.
YouScheduler takes top prize at 30th annual Holloway competition
We hope YouScheduler team members Kristian Comer ’20 and Francesco Mikulis-Borsoi ’20 have scheduled some time to celebrate now that they have won the 30th annual Paul J. Holloway Prize Innovation to Market Competition and a $10,000 top prize. The sophomore duo developed a class scheduling solution...
After a slow start on day one of the competition, the Wildcats surged into the top half of teams before the event’s closure thanks to a solid defensive effort.
The Places They'll Go
After making it through UNH’s grueling engineering program with flying colors, Michael Locke ’18 has entered the whiz-bang real world of advanced manufacturing.
Deisy Pena Romero was born in Caracas (Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela) and completed her undergraduate studies in Chemistry at Central University of Venezuela in 2007. She obtained her PhD in Chemistry from the Venezuelan Institute for Scientific Research (IVIC) in 2014, under supervision of Dr....
Amit Tripathi comes from the city of Lucknow in India. He completed his undergraduate studies in Chemical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai in 2008. He came to UNH in 2008 for his PhD in Materials Science under the supervision of Prof. Donald C. Sundberg and Prof. John...
Richard Gowers was born in Market Harborough, England.  He received his MEng in Chemical Engineering with Chemistry from the University of Manchester in 2012 and subsequently earned his PhD from the University of Manchester in 2016 under the supervision of Dr. Paola Carbone. His research interests...
CEPS student, faculty bring STEM to South African camp for girls
See how Salimah Hussien ’18 served as a mentor and helped facilitate activities at the First Avenue Institute’s Girls Winter Camp in South Africa.
Inspired by Nature
Mechanical engineering professor Yaning Li looks to nature’s shapes and structures to create innovative new materials.
A Milestone Worth Marking