The Ocean Sensing cohort of the University of New Hampshire's Innovation Scholars program is funded by the National Science Foundation to create a lending library of sensors for residents of Hampton, NH, to provide access to data that will help residents, community managers, and planners understand the threat of chronic flooding. Sea-level rise and extreme tides threaten the homes, infrastructure, and spaces that Hampton residents rely on and call home, and the students' sensors aim to help the residents manage the threat posed by rising waters.
Related NH Sea Grant Funded Research
Innovation Scholars Program
Innovation Scholars is a research driven introduction to the University of New Hampshire (UNH) for first-year students. Students will be part of a cohort of students under the direction of a faculty member that guides them through a year-long research experience culminating in a presentation of research results at the Undergraduate Research Conference or equivalent activity. Participants will develop skills that will open doors of opportunity at UNH and more broadly, and experience the interconnectedness of UNH scholarly activity with UNH Innovation and UNH Career and Professional Success.