Shaping a Career from Shifting Sands

UNH Alumna will focus on coastal engineering
Wednesday, August 15, 2018

If you’ve ever taken a stroll along the sandy portions of the Seacoast, you’ll know just how dynamic coastal systems can be — the sand is constantly moving around, scoured out in some places and pushed back up in others, making it an outdoor laboratory for studying sand and sediment transport. Meagan Wengrove '10 '18G is making a career out of this topic, taking what she’s learned in New Hampshire and heading off to the West Coast for the next step in her life.