Graduate Research Symposium

School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering
Graduate Student Research Symposium

Building Connections within the UNH Marine Community

This symposium is designed to showcase graduate student research, to build awareness of UNH marine research activities, and enhance interdisciplinary connections within the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering community. This one-day symposium will include a series of graduate student oral presentations, a keynote address and a poster presentation reception.

The date for the 2018 symposium has not yet been established. Please check back in Spring 2018 for the date.

Best Oral Presentation 2017

Elizabeth Weidner

Congratulations to Elizabeth Weidner, 2017's winner of the Best Oral Presentation award! Elizabeth presented her research about marine seep flux on the East Siberian Arctic shelf. 

Best Poster Presentations 2017

Seth Goodnight and Victoria Duback won Best Poster Presentation! Seth's poster (Evaluating Apparent Competition Using Herbarium Data) and Victoria's poster (Identification of the white C2 cells as putative circadian clock cells in the cerebral-plural ganglia of the marine mollusk Melibe leonina) were two of nearly twenty posters presented at the symposium!

Past Presentations

Curious about past presenters and their research? View a full list of topics, abstracts, and presenters here.


Check back in Spring of 2018 for more information.

Poster Presenter and attendee

Poster Presentation Registrations

Graduate students with research focused in marine science or ocean engineering are welcomed to present their research during the Poster Reception. Posters can be set up during the 2:00 pm break. Easel and form core will be provided. Please visit the URC Poster Presentation Page for poster tips.

Registration for 2018 is not open. Please check back in Spring 2018.