These students are an important resource for our state, and it is a real pleasure to support their development through programs like P2Bio.
GBCC/CCSNH Students Awarded Research Fellowships for Summer Work through the NH-BioMade Undergraduate Research Training (URT) Program
For the fifth year, students and graduates from Great Bay Community College and other NH Community Colleges were awarded research fellowships for summer work through the NH-BioMade Undergraduate Research Training (URT) fellowship program.
This scholarship means a lot to me as it will help lessen the financial burden of achieving my lifelong dream of becoming a nurse.
“At Great Bay, we have an accepting and understanding community. So our work here is about education and building the community for people who are queer-identifying.”
“I went in knowing exactly what I wanted to do. I was seeking out a place to study massage therapy specifically, and I liked what Great Bay offered from the start.”
“They are all very knowledgeable, …..and very passionate about teaching and encouraging us to get the most out of the courses. I’ve been impressed.”
Sophie Cote had not planned to go attend college, and she was frightened by the thought of starting over. But as she watched her older brother “change and evolve into a completely different person” while taking classes at Great Bay Community College, she followed his path.