Seven recent CCSNH graduates have been awarded $10,000 transfer scholarships through the NH-BioMade program. NH-BioMade, funded through the National Science Foundation’s EPSCoR program, is a statewide consortium led by UNH and Dartmouth College, that supports New Hampshire’s biomaterials industry through knowledge generation, academic-industrial research partnerships, and workforce development. Support for talented community college students has been a key part of workforce development for this program since its inception.
The 2022 recipients of NH-BioMADE Transfer Scholarships are:
From Great Bay Community College:
- April Weeks from Portsmouth (A.S. Bioengineering), and Trey Loving from Epping (A.S. Bioengineering). Both will continue their studies in the Bioengineering B.S. program at UNH-Durham.
- Mason Jacques from Rochester (A.S. Engineering Science). Mason will also transfer to UNH-Durham and will pursue a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
- Sarah Nolan from Litchfield (A.S. Biotechnology) will transfer to the Biotechnology B.S. program at UNH-Manchester.
From Manchester Community College:
- Eann McCurdy from Manchester (A.S. Advanced Manufacturing) and Aymane Nannai from Milford (A.S. Advanced Manufacturing). Both will transfer to the Mechanical Engineering Technology B.S. program at UNH-Manchester.
From NHTI, Concord’s Community College:
- Matthew Swanton from Newfields (A.S. Mechanical Engineering Technology) will also transfer to the Mechanical Engineering Technology B.S. program at UNH Manchester.
Additional information about NH-BioMADE and the Transfer Scholars program can be found at: