Robotics Research Abroad

Last summer Tamir Blum used a SURF Abroad grant to help build a moon rover in Japan.  The application deadline for SURF Abroad 2016 is January 13.

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Get Published

Inquiry, UNH's online undergraduate research journal, is currently accepting submissions for its 2016 issue. (Pictured: Lindsay Michaud, 2014 author)

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Luke Miller

What could you do with a research grant?

Sustainable agriculture major Luke Miller researched an alternative irrigation system for marigolds with funding from an Undergraduate Research Award (URA). 

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SURF Leads to Fellowship for Ph.D. student

SURF Abroad alum Meagan Wengrove was recently awarded a prestigious National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship from the U.S. Department of Defense. 

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Amy Ma

Undergraduate Research Conference

In 2016, the Undergraduate Research Conference will celebrate its 17th year with a two-week long series of events in April. Registration details coming soon!

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The Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research provides resources and financial support for the research, scholarly, and creative projects of UNH students. One-hundred percent of the funding for research awards and fellowships comes from donor gifts.

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Jen Lindsay

Read about the research of studio art/international affairs major Jen Lindsay (above).

History major Joe Juknievich used a SURF grant to learn more about the Palmer Raids, conducted as a result of the Red Scare following World War I.

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As the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research enters our twenty-ninth year, we are eager to reconnect with our alumni. 

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Thanks to the generosity of donors, the Hamel Center has awarded over 2620 grants and fellowships since its inception in 1987.

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