Seven CCSNH grads have been awarded $10,000 transfer scholarships through the NH BioMade program
PORTSMOUTH – 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: https://www.nhepscor.org/education-workforce-development