Through her summer research in the Hollen Lab at UNH, Lihy successfully produced scanning tunneling microscope (STM) probes and explored the phenomenon of probe-induced band bending.
Field experience is a critical aspect of education in many disciplines, especially occupational therapy. Alexis shares her findings about how to engage children with sensory processing disorder.
Jessica investigates the multitude of variables that affect productivity of our global ocean and how that productivity relates to climate change.
Johanne looked beyond her formal academic interests in economics and finance to study COVID-19's impact on women from both economic and philosophical perspectives.
Inspired by her personal interests in action sports and mental health, Paige looked at how professional training as a social worker is beneficial to coaching.
Emily performed research on potential drugs for the treatment of a type of breast cancer that is especially resistant to chemotherapy.
Camden's research on the works of George William Russell is the first piece of scholarship to investigate Russell’s religious framework on its own merits, outside of the Theosophical Society.
Fardeen describes his ongoing research to discover an alternative treatment to Lyme disease.