Monday, May 9, 2022

Marilee Enus, director of the University of New Hampshire’s Technology Transfer Center, was recently named as the American Public Works Association (APWA) 2022 Donald C. Stone Excellence in Education individual award winner. Enus will be honored at an Awards Ceremony at the APWA 2022 PWX, scheduled to take place August 28-31st, 2022 in Charlotte, NC.

The award was established in 1988 in honor of Donald C. Stone, the founder of APWA, to recognize outstanding and meritorious achievement of individuals assisting in the areas of professional education for all levels of persons engaged in the delivery of public works services. Enus’s experience includes her work as the Director of New Hampshire’s Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) at the University of New Hampshire’s Technology Transfer Center (UNH T2) for the past four years, where her primary responsibility is the development and deployment of educational resources, training, and other knowledge transfer for technologies and best practices in roadway maintenance, construction, and safety to over 1500 municipal public works employees each year.

She led the UNH T2 team in its continued success throughout the pandemic, including a fast and effective shift to virtual training to maintain professional development momentum amongst its Roads Scholar program participants. She is also a member of several statewide, regional and national committees and boards, with a special emphasis on public works awareness, communication and outreach, and workforce development. Enus champions support for and visibility to the vital role of public works professionals in maintaining our community infrastructure and high quality of life in New Hampshire and beyond. This includes encouraging opportunities to recognize the professional achievements and dedication of public works professionals throughout the state who participate in the UNH T2 Roads Scholar program.

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 ttraining programs, an information clearinghouse, new and existing technology updates, personalized technical assistance, and newsletters.

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