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About Our Team

We are local scientists interesting in helping share the cutting edge scientific research with the general public.

About: About
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Dr. Christine Caputo


Christine holds a PhD in Chemistry and is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at UNH. She first learned about public science outreach as a postdoc in the UK and decided to bring the concept to the NH Seacoast. She hosted the inagural events in the area (starting in 2016) and is excited to see the program expand in 2022.

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Dovev Levine

Executive Committee and Event Organizer

Dovev Levine is the Assistant Dean for Graduate Student Affairs & Assistant Vice Provost for Outreach and Engagement at UNH, as well as a Fellow at the UNH Sustainability Institute. His work at the University includes focusing on trainings and education for graduate students in research and scholarly communications to communities and the public.

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Beth Potier

Executive Committee and Event Organizer

Beth Potier is the director of research communications at the University of New Hampshire. While much of her work uses traditional channels – stories, websites, social media and UNH’s research magazine Spark – to share the important work of UNH researchers, she’s thrilled to help bring it into the community through Seacoast Sips of Science.

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Emily Andrews

Event Organizer

Emily Andrews is a current PhD candidate in UNH’s Chemistry Dept. Hailing from Albany, NY, she holds a BS in Environmental Chemistry from Union College. Emily’s passions include teaching, writing, and science communication and she loves being part of Seacoast Sips of Science’s mission of making science accessible. Past and future events she’s coordinated include Food for Thought, Nutrition and Wellness, and Art and Science.

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Jo Field

Event Organizer

Jo Field is a graduate student in the Natural Resources and Environmental Studies program at UNH. She gained her Masters in Science Communication from Cardiff University in Wales, and is passionate about fostering conversation between researchers and local communities. Jo is a Graduate Assistant in the UNH Graduate School, where she assists with programming related to research communication.

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Caroline Kanaskie

Event Organizer

Caroline is a PhD candidate in Earth & Environmental Science at UNH. She is a community ecologist and forest entomologist, and her research focuses on the range expansion of the southern pine beetle in the northeastern United States. Caroline is passionate about teaching, and she values clear communication that connects others in classroom, the lab, and the field.

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