Spotlight

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.
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....
"My favorite spot on campus is the wave tank in the High Bay of the Chase Ocean Engineering Lab. It's quite amazing to look at the beautiful waves created by the tank and relate them to my classes, or rather to connect the math and science of what's happening in front of me.  I get really excited...
Gordy Hunter was born and raised in rural Northeast Iowa and completed his undergraduate studies as a chemistry major at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. He performed his master’s degree research under the direction of Vicki H. Grassian at the University of Iowa, studying size-dependent...
Ruiwen Chen was born in Jilin Province in China and completed her undergraduate studies in Textile Chemical Engineering at Zhejiang Sci-Tech University in 2013. She came to University of New Hampshire and joined Dr. Erik Berda’s group in fall 2015. Her...
Many students enter college with a desire to make the world a better place. Eden Suoth ’18 is doing it. He says at UNH he gained a sense of confidence and ability to legitimately enact real change in the world, enact real change within the community.
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.
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.
A Milestone Worth Marking