Ryan Cassotto, CIRES researcher - NRESS Alumnus '17G, co-authors new study uncovering giant-scale iceberg interactions. Read more ....
Cameron McIntire - NRESS Ph.D. Student cores an eastern white pine to assess the impact of White Pine Needle Damage. Read more ....
Recent News - NRESS Ph. D. Students
Katherine Ineson - granted Summer TA Fellowship for 2018
Emily Whalen - granted Summer TA Fellowship for 2018
Mark Anthony - granted UNH Dissertation Year Fellowship, 2018- 2019 academic year
Rory Carroll - granted UNH Dissertation Year Fellowship, 2018- 2019 academic year
Andrea Jilling - granted UNH Dissertation Year Fellowship, 2018- 2019 academic year
Yusi Turell - granted UNH Dissertation Year Fellowship, 2018- 2019 academic year
Elizabeth Burakowski - NRESS Faculty and Alumnae '13G is a co-author on a recent study that looked at the economic impact of climate change on the winter sports industry. Read more ....
Katherine Sinacore - NRESS Ph.D. Student, investigates growth and water use of plantation trees. Read more ....
Amanda Daly - NRESS Ph.D. Student was recently named a Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) program finalist. The highly competitive two-year program connects finalists with participating federal agencies looking to hire exceptional advanced-degree candidates for what will potentially lead to a successful career in public service.
Ryan Cassotto - NRESS Alumnus '17G has been awarded the 2018 Graduate Student Research/Scholarship/Creativity Award. This award is designed to recognize outstanding graduate student research/scholarship and other creative work that represents the best overall contribution to the discipline. The award will be formally announced and Ryan will be presented with an Award Certificate at the Graduate Research Conference on April 9, 2018.
OCTOBER 6, 2017
Allison Leach - NRESS Ph.D. Student receives research award. Leach and her co-authors were honored for their paper “The Nitrogen Footprint Tool Network: A Multi-Institution Program to Research and Reduce Nitrogen Pollution,” published in the April 2017 issue of Sustainability: The Journal of Record. Leach was a guest editor on that special issue that focused on nitrogen footprints. Read more ....
Katherine Ineson - NRESS Ph.D. Student, shares an article - Hope for Bat Recovery - In her research, Katherine documents the impacts of white-nose syndrome in populations of Little Brown Bats that have survived since the disease began affecting colonies of bats in New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts around 2008. Documenting the Effect of White Nose Syndrome on Region’s Bats (Video)