An Explore UNH Day enables a student to meet respected faculty and accomplished students in the area of their interest while touring some of the most state-of-the-art facilities in the region.
This event will be held on Friday, December 7, 2012 for students interested in our marine biology program.
Due to the popularity of our Marine Biology program the Explore UNH Day is now full. If you are interested in Marine Biology at UNH we have many visits for students coming up in 2013. Accepted students can participate in Accepted Student Days on campus. There will also be additional visit opportunities to come to campus for Marine Biology Enhanced Visits throughout the Spring semester. Please check back on our website soon for more information about these upcoming events. If you have any questions about these programs please email Monique Bolt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|10am||Check-In and Continental Breakfast|
|10:30am||Welcome and Overview|
|11am||Introduction to Marine Biology
|12pm||Lunch, then Head Out Into the Field
|2pm||Return to Campus
|3pm||Optional campus tour
Why Marine Biology at UNH?
Marine biology is a diverse field that provides needed scientific and technical information to a broad spectrum of government agencies, academic and research institutions, environmental and conservation organizations, industries, and companies. Our program emphasizes hands-on learning, and all of the laboratory courses have a field component. In addition to first-year field courses, students immediately have the opportunity to work on faculty-mentored research projects and are encouraged to participate in at least one internship.
Norwalk Maritime Center
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection Schooner, Inc.
Connecticut Audubon Coastal Center
Specialized Areas of Study
Coastal Resource Management
Urban Estuarine Studies