1. 2014 Faculty Excellence - McGee

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    Sheila McNamee won the Excellence in International Engagement Award from the University of New Hampshire in 2014. She teaches Communication at UNH's College of Liberal Arts. Produced by Scott Ripley UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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    • 2014 Faculty Excellence - Willem DeVris

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      Willem deVries won the Distinguished Professor Award from the University of New Hampshire in 2014. He teaches Philosophy in UNH's College of Liberal Arts. Produced by Scott Ripley UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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      • 2014 Faculty Excellence - Yitang Zhang

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        Yitang Zhang won the Excellence in Research Award from the University of New Hampshire in 2014. His discovery of the bounded gap proof is considered to be a breakthrough to one of mathematics’ oldest and most captivating problems, the twin prime conjecture. He teaches in UNH's Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Produced by Jeremy Gasowski, UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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        • 2014 Faculty Excellence - David Townson

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          David Townson received the Outstanding Associate Professor Award from the University of New Hampshire in 2014. Townson teaches several courses in biology and an upper-level course in reproductive immunology in UNH's Department of Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences. Produced by Jeremy Gasowski UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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          • 2014 Faculty Excellence - Sharyn Potter

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            Sharyn Potter won the Award for Excellence in Public Service from the University of New Hampshire in 2014. As the co-director of Prevention Innovations, her research work focuses on the prevention of sexual violence and assault. She teaches in UNH's Department of Sociology. Produced by Jeremy Gasowski, UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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            • 2014 Faculty Excellence - Don Hadwin

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              Don Hadwin won the Graduate Faculty Mentor Award from the University of New Hampshire in 2014 for his dedication to his students, in and out of the classroom. He teaches in UNH's Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Produced by Jeremy Gasowski, UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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              • UNH Shoals Marine Lab Diving Interns

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                Kristen Mello '14 and Amber Litterer '16 spent 10 weeks at the Shoals Marine Lab, on Appledore Island, investigating the underwater habitat and architecture among the Isles of Shoals. Thanks to a recent gift from the Rutman family, Amber and Kristen are the first interns to be accepted into the brand new Near Shore Ecology Internship. Under the guidance of their advisor, UNH Affiliate Assistant Professor Jennifer Dijkstra, Amber and Kristen are looking at the structural complexity of 10 types of algae in the Gulf of Maine. Learn more about the Shoals Marine Lab: http://www.sml.cornell.edu/ Produced by Jeremy Gasowski, Communications and Public Affairs

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                • Homecoming master

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                  Sights and sounds from the University of New Hampshire's 2014 Homecoming. Produced by UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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                  • Go Wildcats '14

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                    UNH is a vibrant place: a land, sea, and space-grant university where undergraduate and graduate students engage in daily discovery. Founded 1866. Go Wildcats! Produced by UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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                    • University of New Hampshire - Cyanobacteria Research

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                      Lake closures in the hot summer months are often caused by Cyanobacteria blooms, also know as harmful algae blooms, which release toxins that may be linked to such diseases as ALS and Alzheimer’s. The University of New Hampshire’s Jim Haney and his team of researchers are looking at the possibility that these toxins are being breathed in via aerosols from the surface of the lake. This research was funded by the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, a research center of the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture. Katie Langley ’15, student in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and the recipient of a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) through UNH’s Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research, has been working closely with Professor Haney. Katie has spent her summer studying these aerosols to determine if toxins are in fact present and coming out of the lake, under what conditions they come out of the lake, and whether they are a potential source of toxins for people. Learn more about UNH's Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research- http://www.unh.edu/undergrad-research Produced by Jeremy Gasowski, UNH Communications and Public Affairs

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