UNH PhD student Drummond Biles

Winning at Brevity

(Photo: Scott Ripley) Mechanical engineering Ph.D. student Drummond Biles won UNH’s 3 Minute Thesis Competition; second place went to Meagan Wengrove (Ph.D., ocean engineering); third to Ryan Stevens (Ph.D., natural resources); and people’s choice to Rev. Holland Prior (MFA, creative nonfiction).  Read More

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