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UNH's Meghan Carr '17

The Sea Is Her Campus

Meghan Carr ’17 is no stranger to the plight of sea mammals, and now she's taking her research efforts to the next level. “In September, I will begin graduate school at Dalhousie University, where I will study oceanography and conduct research that aims to reduce ship-strikes of whales,” Carr... Read More

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