Molly Jacobson at the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge.
Recent graduate and biochemistry, molecular & cellular biology major Daniel DiRocco (SURF 2019) will head to the University of Michigan this fall to begin a Ph.D. in chemistry. Learn more about the research he conducted while at UNH and the research he will pursue at Michigan in UNH Today >>
Marisa Rafal (URA 2018), a human development and family studies major who graduated in May 2019, recently established the New Hampshire Toy Library Network. Learn more >>
Jackson Kaspari (SURF 2017, URA 2018), a chemical engineering major who graduated in May 2018, was featured in UNH Today. Now a Sustainability Fellow and pursuing a doctorate at UNH, Jackson recently helped Dover conduct the first combined municipal carbon and nitrogen footprint assessment for any local government in the U.S. Learn more >>
Mariah Arral (SURF 2016), a chemical engineering major who graduated in May 2018 and heads to Carnegie Mellon University for grad school in the fall, discusses her career goals in UNH Today >>
Rebecca Daniels (SURF 2015) recently published an article about her undergraduate research in the journal of Human Movement Science. Read more >>
Molly Jacobson (SURF 2016) is serving as the piping plover intern at Rachel Carson National Wildflife Refuge this summer. Read more >>
Cory McKenzie (History, Philosophy, and Classics, ’15), who completed REAP, SURF and IROP projects funded by the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research, has been named a fellow in the Junior Fellows Program of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Read more >>
Meagan Wengrove (SURF Abroad, 2009) won a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship from the US Department of Defense. Read more >>
Jen Lindsay (IROP 2013) and Sasa Tang (IROP 2010) are among the recipients of 2015 Fulbright grants. Read more >>
Vikki Rodgers ('99), who completed a SURF project titled “Quantification of Cytological Damage in Red Spruce Needles in a Central NH Forest at Different Elevations,” recently won the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence at Babson College, where she has taught environmental science since 2007. Read our interview with Vikki >>
UNH alumna Amanda Dibble ('10) has returned to Guatemala to work with a nongovernmental organization (NGO) called ProPetén. Amanda first traveled to Guatemala the year between her senior year in high school and freshman year at UNH, and conducted research there with a SURF Abroad grant in 2008.
Jackie Lewis recently returned to Rwanda. http://unh.edu/undergrad-research/irop-alum-returns-rwanda
Three UNH alums recently published commentaries about their research experiences in Inquiry. http://scholars.unh.edu/inquiry_2012/
Where are they now? Learn about the first group of students whose research was funded by the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research in 1988. http://unhmagazine.unh.edu/sp12/UROP-88.html