IMGP0107

Day 3: only the superior go to the interior

Sorry this post is a day late – there were some internet connection issues here on the island. Now that we’re back up and running, here is yesterday’s post, by Marisa Bottari: This morning our adventures began with an interior hike of the island. Last night during lab we went over the various types of […]

Read more
a spotted moray eel hiding in the rocks

Day 2: a full day of snorkeling

Today’s post is brought to you by Gaitlyn Malone… After an early breakfast, we met in the lab at 9:00 am to discuss our plan for the day. Not long after we were loading on to the back of a pickup truck to head to our first snorkel site. Our first stop was a place […]

Read more
underwater

Day 1 on San Sal

From this point on, the students will take turns writing the daily blog. Today is our first student post, courtesy of Adam Armbruster:   After a long day of traveling we finally landed in Nassau in the late afternoon. Walking out of the airport we were not only caught off guard by the humidity, but […]

Read more
photo

we’ve arrived…almost

We met this morning at 6:30am in front of Maxcy to start our trip. One shuttle drive and two plane rides later, we are in Nassau, the Bahamas. We arrived in time for the students to take their first dip in the ocean (more on that tomorrow) before dinner and a review of the syllabus […]

Read more
Tropical Marine Ecology 2015!

Tropical Marine Ecology 2015!

Hi everyone! We’re gearing up to leave for San Salvador, the Bahamas in two days! We’ll be taking 8 students to study Marine Ecology in this picturesque tropical setting for just under 2 weeks. They will be taking turns blogging about our field adventures, so please check back often! Amy Carlile, John Kelly, and Roman […]

Read more
Gautam Siwach - University of New Haven

M.S. Computer Science students present research at 2014 IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering

Special blog post from Gautam Siwach, an M.S. Computer Science student at the University of New Haven The research advisor for LTE and Wireless networks and my mentor, Dr. Amir Esmailpour, at the University of New Haven Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, motivated to me to look forward for registering my research into this top […]

Read more
I took this picture from inside the Green Monster!

Some Final Thoughts

For my final blog entry as a graduate student, I’ve decided that I’m going to highlight all the amazing experiences I’ve had outside the classroom while attending UNH. There have been many, but here are my favorites: Graduate Student Council Events – I cannot oversell this! The $20 Student Activity Fee that is part of […]

Read more

Maxine Swick – Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Hello! My name is Maxine Swick and I am in my third trimester here at UNH. I am currently enrolled in the Industrial/Organizational Psychology Master’s program. I am originally from Long Island, New York. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at the University at Albany. My transition from undergrad to graduate school was very […]

Read more
skydivingpic

How Skydiving Changed My Life

May 2013, I did something that had always been on my bucket list.  I never thought I would have a chance to actually cross it off of my very ambitious list that included things like a road trip across the US, eating sushi in Japan, and swimming with the dolphins.  I have always considered myself […]

Read more
Even with the gray Seattle weather, you can still get some great pictures here at the Kerry Park Viewpoint

Forensics and Pigs and Trolls – Oh My!

Greetings from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Scientific Meeting in Seattle! (A mouthful, isn’t it?) This meeting is hosted in a different city every year, during which working professionals from the criminal justice and forensic science fields gather together to share research, attend workshops, and present on special topics. I went for the […]

Read more