Tristan radiates enthusiasm for the potential practical applications of nuclear physics in his commentary. He hopes to energize readers about nuclear physics by sharing what he has learned from research in this field.
Ben Mackillop’s research into NH politics was perfectly timed in the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election. While his preliminary results surprised him, it also helped him refine his focus in an attempt to understand why.
Observation is a key component of human development and family studies. An aspiring teacher, Jennika shares her research experiences observing children and their parents to learn more about human behavior.
The year 2020 forced many undergraduate students to shift their carefully crafted research plans and revise their focus due to campus and laboratory closures. Samuel Mercer was no exception, and what he gained from the experience surpassed even his own expectations.
Daniel's research shows how understanding river measurements can help us plan for land management and climate change effects such as flooding, and highlights the value of high-resolution remote sensing in gathering accurate data.
Carli planned her occupational therapy research for a telehealth format. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, she was fortunate to already have these plans in place and her research on helping families with autistic children became even more relevant.
With funding from the Research Experience and Apprenticeship Program (REAP), Aliya transcribed oral histories of LGBTQ+ community members in the Seacoast area and learned the value of researcher positionality.
Kylie’s research into the experiences of music composers who were refugees during World War II built her knowledge of twentieth-century music and inspired an interest in the experiences of today’s refugee musicians.
Effective communication in a virtual environment is more important than ever. Motivated by a desire to help healthcare providers improve telehealth experiences and deliver more positive outcomes, Tyler's research focused on the nuances of computer-mediated communication.
All social identities, whether related to heritage, gender, race, or sexuality, come along with a complex web of associated meanings. Hayden explores the interrelation of social identity, language variation, and context in this analysis of gay male speech in New Hampshire.