New Hampshire Road Agency Employees Receive UNH T2 Roads Scholar awards
DURHAM, NH.— University of New Hampshire Technology Transfer Center (UNH T2) is pleased to recognize the following 2020 Roads Scholar achievements.
Roads Scholar candidates contribute their knowledge, expertise, and awareness of new technologies and techniques in road management to road agencies across New Hampshire, both through their practical application of their learning, as well as through mentorship and collaboration with public works colleagues. Their dedication to professional development supports safe, effective roadways for NH residents and visitors. The Road Scholar Program has six award levels and a side award for 20 safety hours. In order to progress in a Roads Scholar level, an individual must complete a minimum number of training hours with UNH T2 across content disciplines including safety, environmental, supervisory, and technical topics.
The following individuals achieved Senior Roads Scholar recognition by completing 75 hours of UNH T2 training:
• David Bennett with the Town of New Durham
• Benjamin Crosby with the Town of Mont Vernon
• Chris Sullivan with NHDOT
• Meghan Theriault with the Town of Gilford
The following individuals achieved the Master Roads Scholar recognition by completing 100 hours of UNH T2 training:
• Rob Coates with the Town of Hampton
• Ron DeDucca with the Town of Moultonborough
• Kenneth Hamilton with the City of Claremont
• William Lowney with the Town of Hampton
• Marc Moore with the City of Concord
• Christopher Theriault with the Town of Moultonborough
• Don Vachon with the Town of New Durham
The following individuals achieved the Master Roads Scholar II recognition by completing 150 hours of UNH T2 training:
• Dawn Tuomala with the Town of Merrimack
The UNH Technology Transfer Center fosters a safe, efficient, and environmentally sound surface transportation system by improving skills and increasing knowledge of the transportation workforce and decision makers. As the site of the state’s Local Technical Assistance Program, it works to enable local counties, cities, and towns to improve their roads and bridges by supplying them with a variety of training programs, an information clearinghouse, new and existing technology updates, personalized technical assistance, and newsletters.
For more information about UNH T2 visit https://t2.unh.edu/ or contact Marilee LaFond at email@example.com.