The Places They'll Go - 2016

A look at where this year's graduates are headed
  • photo grid of UNH students from the class of 2016

    The Places They'll Go

    Many are headed to work. Others will embark on graduate school, a year of service or travel. Here's where some of the graduates of the class of 2016... Read More
  • UNH alumna Samantha Howard '16

    Doubling Down on Service

    Samantha Howard ’16 is dedicated to service. It’s a passion that guided her during her years at UNH, and now, it’s setting the course for her future... Read More
  • UNH graduate Christopher Healy '16

    Targeting Treatments

    So much for senioritis. Christopher Healy ’16 didn’t have time to let it creep into his final year at UNH. Read More
  • UNH graduate Sig Nigam '16

    Next Stop: The Rockies

    When Sid Nigam ’16 was leaving India to attend college in the United States, at the airport his mother told him: “Son, sometimes 10 seconds of... Read More
  • UNH graduate Bill Cudmor on climbing wall

    Climbing the Walls

    When UNH Today asked Bill Cudmore for a photo and interview for this series, he suggested meeting at UNH’s towering climbing wall inside New... Read More
  • Cory Nitschelm '16

    Making Friends and Leading the Way

    Despite transferring to UNH the second semester of his sophomore year, Cory Nitschelm ’16 didn’t miss a beat getting involved at his new school.... Read More
  • Samantha Blais

    The Time of Her Life

    So much of life is serendipitous. Take the route Samantha Blais ’16 traveled before landing a job in the sought-after pediatrics unit at Dartmouth-... Read More
  • Becky Baker, the first graduate of UNH Manchester's Biotechnology program, runs tests on water samples during her internship at Manchester Water Works.

    Spotlight on First Graduate of Biotechnology Program

    Becky Baker has always envisioned a career in a laboratory. Through hands-on lab experience on campus and at local internships, the senior is ready... Read More
  • Alyssa Kelly

    Poised for the Profession

    Alyssa KelleyAlyssa Kelley has a piece of advice for incoming freshmen: Get involved early. That’s what she did, and it has paid dividends. The... Read More
  • Biology Professor Kyle MacLea, left, conducts research in the lab with biological sciences students Scott Mithoefer, center, and Bruce Rheaume, right.

    Under the Sea

    Biological sciences students Bruce Rheaume and Scott Mithoefer recently had their genomic research on deep-sea bacteria published in Genome... Read More
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