Demetrius Phofolos spent his summer investigating saltmarsh grass cover following ditch remediation. What could you do with a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)? Applications for summer 2022 are due March 2.
With financial support from the Research Experience and Apprenticeship Program (REAP), Alexis Eaton collected and analyzed data on wastewater treatment techniques. First-year students interested in applying to REAP for summer 2022 must do so by March 28.
Interested in conducting research in summer or fall 2022? Apply for a URA by March 2. (Pictured: Samuel Mercer, who has received multiple grants from the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research to study photocatalytic methane conversion.)
The Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research provides resources and financial support for the research, scholarly, and creative projects of UNH students. One-hundred percent of the funding for research awards and fellowships comes from donor gifts.
COVID-19 UPDATE: As of July 27, 2021, UNH has transitioned to Phase 6 of the Phased Resumption of Research Activity, meaning a return to “normal” research operations on campus, including local/regional field research and human subjects research. Should UNH provide new guidance that constrains research operations, updates will be available on the UNH COVID-19 Updates page. Guidelines for research activity will also be updated by the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research and by UNH Environmental Health and Safety. 1) When preparing applications, students should consult the UNH and Hamel Center websites frequently for any updates or changes. 2) Even if an application is successful, students and mentors should be prepared to modify their projects as needed to adhere to any changing University research policies and procedures during the proposed research period. Any project’s ability to go forward will be dependent on the University’s guidelines for research at any time during the research period.