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Education

June 20, 2012

Academic Achievers More on Page 22

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The following Londonderry students graduated from the University of New Hampshire during the commencement ceremony held May 19: Ainsley Pauley, Andrew Grant, Andrew Gaudet, Anthony DalPra, Ashley Correia, Brian Battaglia, Brittany Bellew, Caitlin Greene, Christopher Bowen, Corbin Kennedy, Daniel Morgan, Dennis Ryan, Elizabeth Lee, Ellen Stuart, Eric Beiswenger, Erin Moloney, Evan Walsh, Glenn Law, Gregory Moody, Jamie Seifried, Jeffrey Brulet, Jennifer Borjeson, Jillian LeBlanc, Joelle Mangelinckx, Jonathan Dunham, Jordan Cairns, Joshua Gehling, Kathleen Bourque, Kelsey Wood, Kimberly Barthelmes, Kimberly Beidleman, Krista Selinka, Laura Chicarello, Lauren Marini, Lisa Dudgeon, Marc Robitaille, Matthew Bouchard, Megan Stearns, Nicole Charest, Peter Gagnon, Prasad Manam, Rebecca Blouin, Sarah Purington, Sean Morin, Steven Frick, Sydney Holewa, Timothy Taylor.

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Brenna Hauptman of Londonderry was honored at Merrimack College as a Presidential Scholar.

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Joanna French of Derry and Kyrstin Corliss of Londonderry, were named to the spring 2012 dean's list at Champlain College.

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Katherine Van Nostrand of Derry received a master's degree from Quinnipiac University during a commencement ceremony held May 13 at the TD Bank Sports Center.

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Stephanie Cappiello of Londonderry graduated from Fisher College on May 12.

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Kyrstin Corliss of Londonderry has graduated from Champlain College.

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The following local residents have graduated from Bryant University: Jesse Armstrong of Londonderry, Ellen Boise of Derry, Ryan Busby of Derry, Lisa Detweiler of Londonderry, Amelia Grabowski of Londonderry, Catherine Sanborn of Londonderry.

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Mary Donlon of Derry participated in the National Student Steel Bridge Competition on May 25 and 26 at Clemson University. Donlon is a member of UNH's steel bridge team. More than 500 students from 47 universities participated in the competition.

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A team of students from Clarkson University received first place in the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute "Greening Your Campus" student competition.

The goal of the students' project, "Dormitory Motion Sensor Lighting," was to reduce lighting use in residence hall corridors by using motion sensors. They projected energy and cost savings to be around $600,000 per year with a three- to five-year payback on the investment.

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