Jenny Jing, Biomedical Science
David Walker (URA and SURF USA 2019), who graduated in 2020 with a B.S in biomedical sciences, medical and veterinary option, was recently featured in UNH Today. This summer he begins a two-year research position at Boston Children's Hospital studying cardiac stem cells. His research as an undergraduate focused on ovarian cancer cells.
Lihy Buchbinder, a physics major who received a URA grant in spring 2020 for her project titled "Exploring the Effect of Tip Shapes on Tip-Sample Interactions for Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Imaging," was recently featured in UNH Today
Former REAP student and mechanical engineering major Charlie Nitschelm won't graduate until 2020, but he already has a job lined up at SpaceX. Read about Charlie in UNH Today>> and watch a video about him here >>
Megan Duranko ’17, Erin Hart ’18, and Kathryn Taylor ’17 received a SURF award to study the relationship between stress and heroin abuse. Read about their research in the College Letter.
Three Hamel Center students—Ben Bertrand (SURF USA 2014), Nadine Maliakkal (SURF USA 2014 and Research Presentation Grant 2015), and Hannah Waller (IROP 2014)—were featured in the College Letter.
Podcasts from UNH’s 2015 Undergraduate Research Conference are now online. Listen to occupational therapy students Molly Ohman (SURF 2014) and Alanna Young (SURF 2014) present their research by clicking on the links, below.
Joseph Juknievich has completed both the Research Experience and Apprenticeship Program (REAP) and Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) with funding from the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research. Listen to Joe talk about both projects, and the benefits of undergraduate research at UNH, on the UNH podcast.
UNH Global Brigades members Ben Claxton, Christine Hebert, Amber Litterer, Samantha Docos, and Kendall Milkey (all former Hamel Center awardees) traveled to Ghana along with several other UNH students. Global Brigades is the world's largest student-led heatlth and development organization. Read more >>
Jenny Jing (Biomedical Science '13) presented her research, "An Investigation of the Chemical Phenotype and Genotype of Alveolar Macrophage from Mice Sensitized to Ovalbumin and Fed Dietary Fatty Acids that Vary in N-6 and N-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids" at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) in Wisconsin.
Neil Baroody's research on barefoot running (SURF 2012) was featured in UNH Today. Learn more: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLXnL8OCnl0 (Produced by UNH Video Productions)
The research of Hannah Lawrence (Political Science & Justice Studies '13) was featured in UNH Today. Hannah traveled to Egypt in the summer of 2012 with the support of an International Research Opportunities Program grant.
The research projects of Hillary Christopher (Anthropology '13) and Jenny Jing (Biomedical Science '13) were featured in UNH Today. Hillary received a 2012 SURF to study “Origins and Methods of Cheese Production in Neolithic Europe: An Archaeological Experiment.” Jing received a 2012 Research Presentation Grant from the Hamel Center to attend the National Conference on Undergraduate Research at Weber State University in Utah, where she presented her work on “Assaying Anthocyanin Pigment Composition in Strawberry Fruit.”
The research of Jackie Amante, a senior environmental science major who traveled to Sweden with the support of an IROP grant, was featured in the spring 2012 edition of UNH's Institute for the Study of Earth, Ocean, and Space newsletter.
UNH Today published an article about music performance major Chris Foss, who conducted research with the support of a SURF grant in 2011, and later traveled to Italy with an IROP grant.
An online gallery of Katie Blanchette's work was featured in UNH Today. Katie, a fine arts major who graduates in 2012, received a SURF award in 2011 to explore printmaking.
The UNH Magazine featured the research of IROP recipient Brett Gallo, a music theory major who studied drumming in Ghana during the summer of 2011.
John DeGennaro (REAP 2011) traveled to Belize to conduct archaeological field research. Read about it in Campus Journal.
SURF 2011 awardee and music performance major Jolene Harju was featured in the September 2011 newsletter of the College of Liberal Arts.
Anthropology student Kendra Hanlon (SURF 2011) studied the Mardi Gras Indians in post-Katrina New Orleans and her research was featured on the UNH website.