Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research

Recent Stories

  • UNH student Crystina Friese '20
    - In the Field
    Crystina Friese '20, an anthropology major, is honing archeological field methods in the Great Bay Estuary this summer with guidance from her mentor, professor Meghan Howey. (... Read More
  • UNH students conducting research in a shrubby area
    - A Bird in Hand
    Native shrubs or invasive shrubs? Students from the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture are running a comparison on birds' use of shrubby transmission line rights-of-way this... Read More
  • Madison Wood
    - Engineering Climate Solutions
    Madison Wood ’19 wants to be part of the solutions to climate change issues.  Read More
  • Kate Haslett in UNH lab
    - UNH Junior Named to ASCE's "New Faces of Engineering"
    Katie Haslett '18 has been named to the American Society of Civil Engineers' 2017 class of New Faces of Civil Engineering, which highlights the next generation of leaders in the... Read More
  • Megan Duranko '17 and Professor Sergios Charntikov discuss research data
    - Stressed Out and Vulnerable
    Megan Duranko '17 and Professor Sergios Charntikov discuss research data. Read More
  • UNH student Garrett Thompson
    - The Cancer Detective
    A UNH senior won top prize for his cancer research at a UK conference. Read More
  • UNH graduate student Samantha Brand '17
    - Through Her Eyes
    Sometimes research bumps up against real life. In the case of Samantha Brand ‘17, that collision was set in motion in 2015 when she decided to apply for a Summer Undergraduate... Read More
  • UNH student Yusuf Ebrahim '17
    - Anti-Cancer
    Yusuf Ebrahim '17 has been working in professor Charles Walker’s lab this summer to find out how two anti-cancer agents affect a certain type of leukemia. Read More
  • UNH student Madison Schaefer
    - Out of the Light
    “Our fantastic civilization has fallen out of touch with many aspects of nature, and with none more completely than with night.” So Henry Beston’s acclaimed work, “The Outermost... Read More
  • Isabelle Beagen '18
    - Changing Minds
    Falling for Ibsen  When Isabelle Beagen '18 read “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen in her freshman theatre history course, she fell in love.  “Ibsen is a writer in which every prop... Read More