2013-2014 Award Winners

STUDENTS

  • Emily Dickman: CYOS “UNH wants to highlight student’s success stories. One way of doing this has been through the Create Your Own Story program which features students who have been identified because -- in their own way -- they have tried to make the most of their time at UNH.”
  • Nyomi Guzman: CYOS
  • Annie Crossman: CYOS
  • Annie Crossman: Kidder Award “Through the Kidder Fund Awards, the university honors one staff member, one faculty member, and one student who, through their scholarship, leadership, or outstanding efforts, foster greater understanding of sexual orientation at the University of New Hampshire.”
  • Annie Crossman: Erskine Mason Award “To that senior* who is distinguished for most consistent progress and achievement.”
  • Ari Shaaff: Pink Triangle “The Pink Triangle Award is given to students, faculty, staff and community members who have made outstanding contributions to efforts for equity and visibility for the UNH GLBT community. The Pink Triangle Award is the annual tradition created by the UNH GLBT community of honoring leaders and heroes.”
  • Andres Mejia: Pink Triangle
  • Caitlin Rose Duttry: COLA Student Fellow “Each year, the College selects a handful of students to represent the University, the College, and their respective academic departments. Typically seniors, Student Fellows have dynamic backgrounds and stellar academic records. They serve as student ambassadors during the open houses for prospective students, describing their experiences to and answering questions from students and their parents. Other responsibilities might include meeting with alumni, donors to the College, or lawmakers. This honor is intended to recognize fine achievement at UNH and provide a way for students to serve the University in their final year of study.”
  • Jessica Rosenthal: Ursula Robinson Daley '93 Women's Studies Scholarship Fund “The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support to students majoring in Women's Studies. Recipients must demonstrate a financial need and be in good academic standing.”
  • Shanti Scott: Malcom and Virginia Prize “The purpose of the Malcolm and Virginia Smith Endowed Prize Fund is to recognize graduating seniors who have demonstrated the most progress and growth academically in their major field of study during their undergraduate years in the College of Liberal Arts.  These typically would not be students who have gained highest academic honors or achievement.”
  • Eleanor MacKenzie: WS Research Award “To 3 students who have shown excellence in research or scholarship, the NWSA student membership will be awarded.”
  • Annie Crossman: WS Research Award
  • Cecilia Martins: WS Research Award
  • Shaina Maciejewski:  B. Thomas Trout Scholars Award
  • Lydia Seraichick: John W. McConnell Scholarship “Nominations are sought for students exhibiting academic excellence who are currently Juniors and who have contributed to the quality of campus life at UNH during their undergraduate years of attendance.”
  • Annie Crossman: Movers and Shakers Award “This is a unique award program which celebrates collaborative leadership. The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership (OSIL) and the Memorial Union Building (MUB) sponsor this award program.  This award recognizes those who use a collaborative style of leadership. Collaborative leaders understand the importance of relationship-building and value inclusiveness.”
  • Ari Schaaff: Movers and Shakers Award
  • Donna-Lee Grant: Movers and Shakers Award
  • Janice Disla: Movers and Shakers Award
  • Nyomi Guzman: Movers and Shakers Award
  • Taylor Barclay: Movers and Shakers Award
  • Jessica Rosenthal: Movers and Shakers Award
  • Audrey Johnson: Movers and Shakers Award
  • Delany McDonough: Movers and Shakers Award
  • Nyomi Guzman: National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) UNH Women’s Studies Scholarship “Through an initiative to develop feminist and social justice leadership in NH, with the support of an anonymous donation, students were selected to attend this conference, where nearly 1,000 students came together for a transformative experience.”
  • Emily Dickman: National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) UNH Women’s Studies Scholarship
  • Jessica Rosenthal: National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) UNH Women’s Studies Scholarship
  • Caitlin Rose Duttry: National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) UNH Women’s Studies Scholarship
  • Taylor Barclay: National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) UNH Women’s Studies Scholarship
  • Emily Sorey-Backus: National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) AAUW Scholarship
  • Stephanie Kuhn: National Education for Women (NEW) Leadership New England Program Scholarship “NEW Leadership New England is a leadership training program designed to educate and empower young women to give them the skills to be part of the next generation of women leaders.”
  • Emily DickmanJ. Gregg Sanborn Scholarship "The J. Gregg Sanborn Scholarship recognizes student(s) who have made contributions to the enrichment of the campus community and embody the spirit and work of J. Gregg Sanborn. The intent of the scholarship is to encourage students to continue their involvement with the University of New Hampshire after graduation as alumni through service and/or philanthropy."
  • Janice Disla: J. Gregg Sanborn Scholarship 
  • Joshua Doleman: J. Gregg Sanborn Scholarship 
  • Stephanie Kuhn: J. Gregg Sanborn Scholarship 
  • Summer Olson: J. Gregg Sanborn Scholarship

FACULTY/STAFF

  • Tamsin Whitehead: Social Justice Award “The UNH Diversity Team, in partnership with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee, annually honors UNH community members who have demonstrated excellence and integrity with respect to advancing social justice issues within our community and beyond. Each year, one undergraduate student, one graduate student, one staff member, one faculty member, and one student organization is recognized.”
  • Peter Welch: Social Justice Award
  • Women’s Studies Program: Social Justice Award
  • Katie Edwards: Women’s Commission Faculty Award “Each year, the UNH President's Commission on the Status of Women recognizes the accomplishments of UNH women who have made outstanding contributions to promoting equity, advancing the status of women, and serving as role models for women on campus.”
  • Holly Cashman: Pink Triangle Award “The Pink Triangle Award is given to students, faculty, staff and community members who have made outstanding contributions to efforts for equity and visibility for the UNH GLBT community. The Pink Triangle Award is the annual tradition created by the UNH GLBT community of honoring leaders and heroes.”
  • Joelle Ruby Ryan: Kidder Award “Through the Kidder Fund Awards, the university honors one staff member, one faculty member, and one student who, through their scholarship, leadership, or outstanding efforts, foster greater understanding of sexual orientation at the University of New Hampshire.”
  • Jane Stapleton: Heroes for Justice Award (YWCA) “The YWCA New Hampshire recognizes community members who are working to end violence against women and improve the lives of victims recovering from violent crime, promote freedom, justice and dignity for all.”
  • Mary Malone: 2014 Carsey Summer Scholars Program Fellowship “A fellowship provided to members of the UNH faculty in the summer of 2014 for the purpose of producing scholarly works in the form of peer-reviewed manuscripts, conference proceedings, exhibits and artistic productions, or submission of proposals for extramural funding.”
  • Katie Edwards: 2014 Carsey Summer Scholars Program Fellowship
  • Tamsin Whitehead: Liberal Arts & Sustainability Course Development Grant “The Sustainability Institute at UNH invites proposals from UNH College of Liberal Arts (COLA) faculty members interested in developing and implementing programming that brings a liberal arts perspective to sustainability.”
  • Charli Valdez: Liberal Arts & Sustainability Course Development Grant

Alumni

  • Jessica Fish: Women’s Commission Award “Each year, the UNH President's Commission on the Status of Women recognizes the accomplishments of UNH women who have made outstanding contributions to promoting equity, advancing the status of women, and serving as role models for women on campus.”