Elected Members:

Richard Sparks (09)
Trent Boggess  (08)
Zhizhang Shen  (07)
Robert Miller  (Faculty Speaker)
Phil Atkinson (PAT rep)
Tamara Cocchiarella  (OS rep)
vacant (rep – University Planning Committee)
vacant  (student)
vacant  (student)

Members by Position:

Julie Bernier, Interim Provost & VP for Academic Affairs
Ann Thurston,  Asst to VP for Academic Affairs (non-voting)
Bill Crangle,  VP for Finance
Linda Dauer, Director of Budget & Financial Planning
Barbara Fahey,  Controller (non-voting)
Dick Hage,  VP for Student Affairs
Judy Landry,  Budget Coordinator (non-voting)
Scott Mantie,  Institutional Research Specialist
David Zehr, Interim Associate VP for Undergrad Studies
Steve Barba, Executive Director of University Relations

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Seeing Further: Into the North Country

  The Lancaster Project, an integrated cluster initiative that uses a multidisciplinary approach, focuses on bringing more life to the small business community on Main Street, particularly the historical Lancaster National Bank building, in Lancaster, New Hampshire. The project capitalizes on the varied knowledge of 60 students from 10 different academic majors. Collaborative groups work […]

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Atmospheric Rivers

PSU Meteorology Students Integrated Skills Across Disciplines to Address Water Extremes in the West PLYMOUTH, N.H.—Undergraduate and graduate meteorology students are acquiring and applying new skills that will improve forecasting for extreme precipitation caused by atmospheric rivers (ARs). This research project reflects PSU’s move from a traditional academic model to Integrated Clusters, giving students the […]

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Coming Soon: Merrill Place Residence Hall and Conference Center

Starting fall 2017, Plymouth State students will have a new residence hall to call home. To accommodate its growing enrollment, the University recently began construction on Merrill Place Residence Hall and Conference Center, a seven-story building that will house up to 350 students. “Merrill Place’s design is in line with the evolving housing preferences of […]