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Dr. Heather Coyle
Associate Professor, Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences
Dr. Heather Coyle is setting up a national databank that will allow law enforcement to track marijuana DNA. Dr. Coyle, who specializes in forensic botany, has developed a new method for collecting the drug's genetic fingerprint, making it easy for officers to collect the samples at crime scenes.
Dr. Carmela Cuomo
Associate Professor, Biological Sciences
Dr. Carmela Cuomo, professor of environmental science at UNH, is leading a study to determine what types of algae from Long Island Sound might be best suited for use as biodiesel fuel.
Professor's Research Shows Invasive Sea Squirt Threatens State's $30 Million Shellfish Industry. Read Article
Dr. William Tafoya
University of New Haven Professor and Director of the UNH National Security Program and UNH Forensic Computer Investigation Program, William Tafoya Ph.D., has been selected to serve as an Academic Fellow of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies anti-terrorism training program this summer.
Dr. Stuart Sidle
Dr. Stuart Sidle will discuss the various types of stress inducing supervisor-subordinate dynamics that get in the way of a satisfying and productive work environment. And, he will provide guidance for employees on how they can better understand their relationship with their supervisor and options for improving these complex relationships.
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