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Our Affiliates …

• BAE Systems of NA • Community CollegeSystem of NH • Dartmouth College
• FIRST
• McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center • Mount Washington Observatory • Plymouth State Univ.
• The Margret and H.A. Rey Center • UNH (NHSGC office) NH Affiliates across New Hampshire... Contact NHSGC...

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The People of New Hampshire Space Grant Consortium...

Director: Antoinette Galvin
University of New Hampshire Research Associate Professor and NH Space Grant Consortium Director Toni Galvin joined NHSGC in 1999. Her research interests include solar wind composition.

Assistant Director: Kristin Simunac
University of New Hampshire research scientist Kristin Simunac is a former NH space grant fellow. Her research interests incude solar wind source regions and the large-scale geometry and evolution of structures in the heliosphere, such as solar wind stream interaction regions.

Graphic Communications/Webmaster: Kristi Donahue
Kristi is a graphic designer at UNH's Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space, and is NHSGC's webmaster and graphic support staff.

NHSGC Business Manager: Linda Tibbetts
Linda is Assistant Director of the Earth Systems Research Center at UNH's Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space, and is the NHSGC business manager.

Community College System of N.H Representative: Amy Ireland Bourgault
Community College System of New Hampshire representative Amy Bourgault is the CCNH Foundation Director. She joined the New Hampshire Space Grant Consortium board in 2006.

Dartmouth College Representative: Kristina Lynch
Dartmouth Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Kristina Lynch is an experimental physicist specializing in the plasma physics of the auroral ionosphere. She has been teaching at Dartmouth since 2002; prior to that she worked in the Univ. of NH Space Science Center.

FIRST Representative: Lisa Vincent
As Grant Writer for FIRST, Lisa Vincent is our liaison to FIRST Place and the FIRST progression of programs (FLL, FTC, FRC).

Margret and H.A. Rey Center Representative: Sherry Holmes
New to the Margaret and H.A. Rey Center, Sherry is responsible for Rey Center programs such as Nature Night at Blair Woodlands in Campton, and Curious George Story Time and Popcorn in Town Square in Waterville Valley. As Program Director, she is looking forward to developing new programs.

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center Representative: Jeanne Gerulskis
Executive Director of the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, Jeanne Gerulskis joined the NHSGC board in 1999.

Mount Washington Observatory Representative: Scot Henley
Executive Director of the Mount Washington Observatory, Scott Henley joined the Observatory in 2000.

Plymouth State University Representative: Samuel Miller
An Associate Professor of Meteorology at Plymouth State University, Samuel Miller also serves as Director of Research for the Judd Gregg Meteorology Institute.

Eleanor Abrams
An Associate Professor of Education at the University of New Hampshire, Eleanor Abrams is interested in science education and technology, particularly in rural schools.

Douglas Vandemark
UNH's Research Associate Professor Doug Vandemark is an oceanographer with research interests in the study of ocean and atmosphere boundary layer interactions and how to remotely measure ocean properties. He joined the New Hampshire Space Grant Consortium board in 2007.

William Lotko
Dartmouth's Professor Lotko at the Thayer School of Engineering is a space physicist specializing in plasmas, with particular interest in the magnetosphere. He is a past NHSGC affiliate director and board member of the NHSGC since 1991.

Barrett N. Rock
UNH's Professor Rock is a botanist who uses remote sensing imagery to monitor the health of vegetation and to study forest decline. He created and directs the New England Forest Watch program, as well as Watershed Watch. Professor Rock is the Environmental Science coordinator for Project SMART. He joined the NHSGC board in 1991.