"I have talked to friends at other schools and I can tell you that UNH offers a unique experience - no one spends as much time in the field as we do. To make a map from scratch, to come up with a finished project that tells a story about the rocks, about that area, that's an unbelievable experience." -Jack Loveless
Jack is a 2002 UNH Earth Sciences graduate who worked on the Calef Member of the Eliot Formation, near the Durham campus. He was the first recipient of the Karen L. Harrower Undergraduate research Fund Award.