Audrey Beaudoin '17 graduated with a B.A. in psychology in 2018 and quickly secured a job with Easterseals as a registered behavior technician in their Autism Services program.
“Seeing them learn things they could not do when they started, and where they end up, is why I do what I do,” she says. “Their successes are my successes.”
When it came time to choose a college, Madison Hoppler ’24 opted for the financial security of the campus located practically in her backyard over a more focused pursuit of her creative passion at art school.
That decision meant she could attend UNH while living in her childhood home in Durham, studying art in hopes of forging a career in a creative space. But it also meant putting on hold her desire to explore the world more fully beyond the town she grew up in.
And all of that made her precisely the young woman Kelsy Stromski was looking for..
UNH researchers have collected new data that will aid oyster restoration in New Hampshire's Great Bay Estuary and support ongoing efforts to understand the ecological changes taking place in the bay as the result of disease and habitat loss.
Faculty in UNH’s natural resources and the environment program have a strong legacy of tackling environmental challenges through research and education. So when master’s students Joy O’Brien and Alma Hernandez wanted to pursue careers studying Arctic systems, they turned to Jessica Ernakovich, a faculty member with a UNH research and teaching program focused on Arctic ecosystem changes and their local and global impacts.
Carsey School of Public Policy Research Assistant Professor Jess Carson and Ph.D. student Kamala Nasirova met the summer of 2021 through a mutual colleague. Nasirova, a second-year student in UNH’s education program, was interested in policy-related work that aligned with her interests in education, equity, inclusion and student opportunity gaps.
The UNH nursing department has an excellent history of faculty and graduate students collaborating on quality improvement projects through research and application. Clinical Associate Professor Pamela Kallmerten was the ideal mentor for Emily Stewart '21G, a DNP graduate and nurse practitioner at Riverwoods Exeter, a senior retirement community in New Hampshire.
A new satellite equipped with a UNH-built instrument will improve weather predictions on Earth and in space.