Spotlight

Seeing Beauty in Math
Before Pratik Aghor came to UNH to get his Ph.D. he already knew of associate professor John Gibson's work in applied mathematics. In fact, Gibson is pretty much why he came here. And while it’s not unusual for a professor’s reputation to be a draw...
Mapping a New Career
Lynette Davis, a graduate student pursuing dual degrees in computer science and ocean mapping...
Research and development of biopharmaceuticals
Marissa Morales graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a degree in chemical and bioengineering before enrolling at UNH as a Ph.D. student in chemical engineering in the fall of 2016. The Middletown, New Jersey native plans to pursue a career in research and development of biopharmaceuticals...
Changing Physical Oceanography in the Bering Sea
Jennifer Johnson graduated from Virginia Tech with a bachelor of science in biology before enrolling in the oceanography master’s program in the fall of 2018. The Hampton Roads, Virginia native aims to work in the science field with a government or non-profit agency. Her research focus is in...
Mapping the Ocean through Artificial Intelligence
Alex Brown graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor of science degree in computer science in 2018. The Madison, New Hampshire native was accepted into the accelerated master’s program in the Spring of 2017 and aims to work in artificial intelligence and robotics in the New...
Improving Infrastructure to Deliver Clean Water
Meghan White graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor of science in environmental engineering in 2018 before beginning her master’s degree in civil engineering in August of 2018. The Wakefield, Massachusetts native chose civil engineering because of her passion for helping to...
CEPS faculty and students continue to provide mentorship at South Africa girls STEM camp
Four members of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences traveled to South Africa to continue to forge a stronger international science and engineering connection as educators at the FIRST Avenue Girls Winter Camp in July, help at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.  The...
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.