He shares his research and expertise in many countries, including Kazakhstan and Jordan.
“...there was one phrase I quickly became accustomed to: “Tranquila, tranquila, no te preocupes” (“Relax, relax, don’t worry”).”
The EWB-UNH chapter has traveled to the small town of Lukodi, Uganda three times since 2011 while SWB students and their adviser and professor went to San Pedro de Casta, Peru.
Andrew Becker is working with the Carsey Institute and Community Enterprise Solutions to create sustainable livelihoods for poor women in Guatemala.
When Razan Taha was just 16, she represented Jordan in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, competing in the 50-meter freestyle race alongside the best swimmers in the world.
Stuart Grandy was awarded the Roland H. O’Neal Professorship, which enabled him to conduct hands-on research on soil fertility in Africa.
Updates and photos from graduates near and far.
Catch up with Ellen Pass ’07 and Dinesh Thakur ’92.
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