Undergraduate Research Conference

The Whittemore Center full of  students with their poster presentations

There's No Stopping Research

Twenty-one years ago, the inaugural UNH Undergraduate Research Conference fielded the work of some 159 students over the course of two days. Last year, on the 20th anniversary of the event, that number had swelled to more than 2,000 students from all majors and spanned 13 days.   Read More

Recent Stories

  • Drummer at UNH Undergraduate Research Conference event
    - Creativity Exposed
    Dominic Ryder '15 has been analyzing the work of Iannis Xenakis, the late Greek-French composer. He presented his research findings on Thursday at Naked Arts: Creativity Exposed,... Read More
  • Studnet reading poster at Undergraduate Research Conference
    - UNH Research Days
    More than 1,300 undergraduates are showcasing their research results at multiple events during the Undergraduate Research Conference this week and next. Online URC schedule and ... Read More
  • kate cart
    - Cloudy With a Chance of Copepods
    Remember summer? While you pull on your winter boots and zip up your parka, allow us to take you back to the dog days, when Katherine Cart ’15 was in Walpole, Maine, studying some... Read More
  • emma brown presenting her research
    - Wicked Cool Research
    Boston is a wicked cool town. It’s got the wicked awesome Red Sox and a wicked hard marathon and wicked fun swan boats in the Frog Pond at the Common, and, according to Urban... Read More
  • adrienne hill
    - Mastering Gravity
    Adrienne Hill ’15 knows her way around the centrifuge. Read More
  • jeffrey bolster and daniel zotos
    - Survival, a Fish Story
    Jeffrey Bolster and Daniel Zotos by the commercial fishing pier in Portsmouth, N.H. (Photo: Lisa Nugent)For two months during the summer of 2013, Daniel Zotos waited at docks in... Read More
  • students building ROV
    - “Bots” Build Teamwork
    L to r, Christopher Barr and Tyler Fausnacht cut an acrylic tube for the UNH-ROV. Spring is just around the corner for two of this year’s Parents Association awardees. The teams,... Read More
  • Josh Chabot '13 and his adviser, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering May-Win Thein
    - From Manchester to the Moon
    Josh Chabot '13 and his adviser, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering May-Win Thein, pose with the fruit of three years' labor: a tabletop NASA satellite simulator that... Read More
  • courtney mills conducting research on codfish bones
    - Student Research Engages the Community
    From arts and education to saving the region’s cod fishery, undergraduate research at UNH is on display at the 2013 UNH Undergraduate Research Conference (April 12-27), where a... Read More
  • Letter written by John Henry Jenks, a soldier from Keene who served in the 14th N.H. Infantry Regiment, to his wife dated June 9, 1864.
    - Student Finds Surprising Views on Slavery Among N.H. Civil War Soldiers
    The project will be presented at the university's Undergraduate Research Conference April 25. Read More