CFAR Student Stories
Students in the News
Our students do great things! Read about some of them here. If you're a current student and have great news to share, tell us and we'll include it here!
- Amy Ma ('12), Rising Scholar, has been published in Inquiry, UNH's premier student research publication, twice! Read her articles here.
- Kayla Pope ('14), Rising Scholar, was selected as a Noyce Scholar. She had a great summer teaching opportunity with Project SMART, and will receive funding for her junior and senior years if she chooses to pursue a career in science teaching. To learn more about the Noyce Fellowship, click here. To read the news story about Kayla, click here.
- Kim Bixby ('12), a CFAR tutor, was featured in the College of Liberal Arts newsletter for the neuroscience research that she's doing with her faculty.
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- Dominique Bernabeo ('11), Rising Scholar alum, was a featured ambassador in a campaign called I Am College Bound, which aims to increase college attendance among low-income, first-generation students in New Hampshire. Check out her video here.
Dani Adler, Associate Director of CFAR, interviewed a number of UNH students with learning disorders and Attention Deficit Disorder. These students shared their stories of how they got to UNH and their experiences while they were here. Click on their names in the menu at left to read their stories.
CFAR employs over 70 student leaders and greatly values their contributions to our mission. Read more about some of them here. Academic Mentors (AMs) are undergraduate students who meet individually with other UNH students on a weekly basis and coach them on study skills, time management, and academic success. The Rising Scholar Leaders mentor and lead incoming Freshman Rising Scholars.