Victor Markiw, D.M.A, is a full time lecturer at UNH, but has just started a new adventure abroad. He is spending the next semester in Ukraine as a 2013 Fullbright Scholar, which gives him the opportunity to learn, teach, and lecture. This opportunity is close to his heart since his parents immigrated to America from the Ukraine after World War II.
Maria-Isabel Carnasciali, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at UNH. She inspires students who are going through big transitions in their careers both by using personal examples, but also by listening to their opinions and relating to them. She is known for inspiring her students with her enthusiasm for research.
Tim Palmbach is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Forensic Science Department. In addition he is a Fellow and Instructor in the Henry Lee Institute of Forensic Science. He served 22 years with the Connecticut Department of Public Safety, retiring as a Major in charge of the Division of Scientific Services.
Dr. Christopher Martinez is an assistant professor of computer engineering. He teaches in the areas of digital design and embedded systems. Dr. Martinez and his students have been conducting research in the areas of power analysis for embedded systems, computer architecture design, robotics, and human-computer interaction.
An associate professor of fire science at UNH, O’Connor was selected as the university’s second Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation Endowed Professor for 2010-12. He has helped develop the internship program at the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences and serves as campus minister.
Dr. Collura is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Pennsylvania. His industrial experience includes research in coal liquefaction and wastewater treatment as well as process development for chemicals manufacturing.
As Associate Professor for Criminal Justice, Robert Keppel brings a wealth of experience and national acclaim to the UNH campus. Keppel was the Chief Investigator for the Washington State Attorney General’s office and worked on several high profile cases during his career, including Ted Bundy and the Green River Killer.
An Associate Professor in the Hospitality Management Department, Dr. Mills is the coordinator for UNH's Hospitality and Tourism Management Program. She has focused her research on consumer behavior aspects of e-business in travel, lodging, and good service.
A Lecturer in Accounting, Mrs. Miller's diverse background includes many years in public accounting, including non-profit, tax, and audit services. She was recognized for her work to further the success of small businesses by the SBA as the Advocate of the year in Connecticut.
Jamie Lynn Slenker, a lecturer and coordinator of the interior design and pre-architecture programs, is the second faculty member to serve as assistant dean in the College of Arts and Sciences as part of an innovative program that is meant to bring new perspectives to the office.
Despite the strides made to encourage girls and young women to pursue majors in the STEM topics of science, technology, engineering and math, the latest studies say that after sophomore year in high school, their interest drops off precipitously.
Gil Fried, chair and professor of sports management at UNH, believes that the an Antonio Spurs’ decision to bench several of their healthy stars for a nationally televised NBA game is bad for the league. He argues that fans come to see a competitive game involving the top players, especially those who might retire soon.
Eva Sapi, associate professor of biology and environmental science, has conducted extensive research on Lyme disease. She is principal author of a paper published in an international science journal, that determines the bacteria responsible for Lyme disease is capable of allowing the disease to hide and resist some treatment.
Subroto Roy’s managerial career has spanned more than twelve years, mostly as Head of Sales and Marketing for the Indian Joint Venture of Tetra Pak Sweden and the National Dairy Development Board of India. We sat down with Roy and learned what he is doing inside and outside of the classroom.