coordinator of UNH’s Off-Campus & Commuter
Student Services, was recently elected to the directorate board of
the American College Personnel Association’s Commission on
Commuter and Adult Learners.
American College Personnel Association (ACPA) is an organization
for Student Affairs Professionals. Headquartered in Washington,
DC at the National Center for Higher Education, it is the leading
student affairs association that advances student affairs and
engages students for a lifetime of learning and discovery.
last year Mongeon was selected by the association’s
Commission for Commuter Students and Adult Learners as the
recipient of its award for an Outstanding Commuter/Adult Learner
Perspective by a Student Development Professional (less than
Paula DiNardo, coordinator and prelaw advisor of State and National
Exchange Programs and The Washington Center Internships, has
been selected to receive the national 2006 Liaison of the Year
Award in recognition of her dedication and support of The Washington
Center. The center cited DiNardo’s efforts to recruit,
screen, monitor and debrief participating students, and her “wholehearted
commitment to ensure access of qualified students to this significant
life-changing opportunity.” DiNardo will receive the award
April 10, in Washington, D.C.
Stacia Sower, COLSA professor and interim associate dean, delivered
the prestigious Howard A. Bern Lecture at the annual Society for
Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) conference in Florida
in January. Sower spoke about "Insight into the molecular evolution
of gonadotropin and its receptor in the hormonal regulation of reproduction."
Prancing Paintings; the Romance of the Sleigh,
a study of sleighs and sleighing in America by Nancy A.
program support assistant, UNH Advising and Career Center, is being
published as a special issue of Carriage Driving World magazine.
Lindley-Gauthier completed the work as part of her Master of Arts
in Liberal Studies. (02-09-06)