ERG is Overrun with MalleyCATS

ERG is Overrun with MalleyCATS

In 2008, a handful of students working on research with Professor Jim Malley in ERG named their group the MalleyCATS. The name is fitting since they are in the home of the UNH WildCATS, work with ERG faculty member Dr. Jim Malley, and possess many of the resilient attributes of alley-cats. The group, now 17 strong, ranges from rising first year students to graduate students, operates on a shoestring budget, but works together with the common goals of learning how to do research, how to work together, and how to mentor others. “We are given a lot of freedom in the design and the running of our experiments, but still get a lot of feedback and guidance with our research from Malley. Our research topics are really exciting and relevant to the real world.” (Harrison Roakes UNH ’12) Perhaps most importantly, they are learning to never quit on research ideas they are passionate about even when nothing seems to be going right. 
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July 1, 2011 by R. Richardson and L. Friess

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ERG Progress Report

The latest ERG Annual Report is available on-line. Find out what ERG researchers and students have been up to—from the ice of Norway to the sands of the Sahara, from the shores of the Cocheco River to the skies above New Hampshire! 
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