Crystal Napoli '17 had just landed at Logan Airport in Boston after spending the summer following her sophomore year in China, through the U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship Program.
Kelsey Nicholson’s University of New Hampshire story begins with what she likes to call a “UNH Miracle.”
Elisabeth Wise ‘17 isn’t a native of New Hampshire, but UNH felt like home before she even enrolled as a student.
You are the envy of your 60+ cousins back home in Jordan: the first individual in your extended family to come to the United States to pursue a bachelors degree.
In late January, Joanna Lewis was given 72 hours to make the biggest decision of her life, whether or not to commit the next two years working as a Water and Sanitation Extensionist for the Peace Corps in Panama.
Stephanie Fulton’s thoughtful decision to become a Family Nurse Practitioner evolved over years of caring for medical patients in various healthcare settings.
Tabitha McElroy will tell you straight-up: she’s not remarkable, she’s just 35.
Gabrielle (Gabby) Greaves (pronouns: they/them/theirs, she/her/hers) is a powerful and humble force to be reckoned with.
Christin Badylak-Reals ’19 counts among her most significant influences Climatology and Climate Dynamics Professor Matthew Huber, Engineering Professor May-Win Thein, her own supportive family and friends, and of course, Amy Poehler.