Inquiry Journal Features Student Research

Inquiry Journal Features Student Research

Online Publication Gives Researchers a Global Audience
Thursday, May 23, 2013

Collage of Inquiry Journal photos

UNH has long prided itself on graduating students who have significant research experience. In 2005, a generous gift from philanthropist Dana Hamel made it possible for the university to launch the first issue of Inquiry, an online, multi-disciplinary undergraduate research journal.

Inquiry was created to support the academic mission of UNH as a research and public service university. It offers undergraduate researchers in all the disciplines the opportunity to communicate their experiences and results to general as well as academic audiences worldwide—the final and very important step in the research process.

It is published annually in April at www.unh.edu/inquiryjournal. This year’s issue featured remarkable student research from many different fields of study – including Neil Baroody’s work on barefoot running and Merhawi Wells-Bogue’s documentary of Ethiopia’s street children. Both were featured in UNH Today.

Enjoy this year’s issue.

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UNH Today

Headlines

  • As an occupational therapist, Tracey Ellis ’93 is trained to solve problems.

     So when her Washington, D.C.-based Ellis Therapeutic Consultants began delivering occupational therapy (OT) to American families living abroad and was quickly overwhelmed with work, she found a solution some in the high-touch field of OT might find surprising.

     She took her services online.