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Recent Success Stories

  • Two professors from the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) at UNH have been awarded the esteemed National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Develo p.m.ent (CAREER) award. Chemistry’s Nate Oldenhuis and mechanical engineering’s Nathan Laxague were selected for the progr a.m. that supports “early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organizations.” The two grants, totaling $1.4 million over five years, are expected to improve par a.m.eterizations of the interaction between atmosphere and ocean, and to develop new chemistries to make into materials. Nate Oldenhuis Oldenhuis ($707,830 grant) plans to further research in deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) based...
  • For the second year in a row, Alexis Piñero-Benson, director of community standards at UNH, has been nominated for and accepted a role as a faculty member at the Gehring Academy, the nation’s leading training institute for conduct professionals, which will be held July 14-18 in Detroit, Michigan. This year, Piñero-Benson will serve as faculty for the senior conduct officer track, which will include new senior conduct professionals and upper-level executives who have oversight of their institution’s student conduct office – including at least one university president – from higher ed institutions throughout the U.S. and Canada. “For me, it’s a point of pride to be able to represent UNH at this national level,” Piñero-Benson says. “To be an a.m.bassador for the university in this way is...
  • Working as a research assistant during the spring semester in the lab of Michael Ch a.m.bers, research associate professor in UNH’s Center for Sustainable Seafood Systems, Elisabeth Petit ’26 was able to tap directly into interests she hopes will carry her well beyond UNH. She relished every minute there – she just wished there were a lot more of them. Her busy schedule, crowded with a heavy courseload and c a.m.pus life commitments, conspired to limit her availability. “I enjoyed being able to participate in aquaculture research for a couple of hours each week, but I want to be able to do more,” Petit, who is known to most as Ellie, says. Wish, granted. Petit was recently announced as a recipient of the NOAA Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship, an award for sophomore students that...
  • Charles Wilson, a Ph.D. candidate in chemistry, has received a prestigious graduate research award from the U.S. Department of Energy. The funding will support his research at the DOE's Brookhaven National Lab.
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