Chair’s News

June 24th, 2010 by Nikki-Ann

Peng-Khuan Chong

Congratulations to the Class of 2008. And to the alumni and alumnae, the Social Science Department sends you best wishes and success in your careers.

As in the past, the Department is blessed with a dedicated and scholarly faculty, which is in turn capably assisted by Professor Emeriti, Visiting Professors, Adjunct Faculty, Operating Staff and Student assistants.

Our Faculty News reveals the breadth and scope of the Department members’ highly intellectual, scholarly and community-enhancing endeavors. And the Department and Staff News show the excellent cooperation which enables the Department to be one of the best in the University.

Again, the Department is thankful to everyone who has contributed to/and continue to support our student scholarships and stipends. Many of our students have been honored by the established William L. Taylor Scholarship Fund, the James J. Hogan Memorial Fund, the Catherine and Kirk Middlekauff Fund, the John F. Ozog Memorial Fund, the John L. Daly Scholarship Fund and the Switzer History Prize. Our outstanding students deserve such scholarships and if you wish to enhance any of the funds or to establish new ones, please contact me or the Office of Institutional Advancement at (603) 535-2589.

Visit PSU as soon as you can, and do keep in touch wherever you are.

To all of you, my very best wishes,
Peng-Khuan Chong, (Chair)

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Contact Us

Kathryn Melanson, Administrative Assistant
Office: Rounds Hall 110
Phone: 603-535-2335

Nikki-Ann Nunes, Administrative Assistant
Office: Memorial 110
Phone: 603-535-3071

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC #39
Plymouth, NH 03264

Fax: 603-535-2351

Department News

Selena Clarke presented a poster at the Student Showcase of Excellence

EcoHouse and the town of Plymouth were recently featured in an issue of the “Green Energy Times.”

Steve Whitman traveled with 14 PSU students to Southern Belize to study permaculture at Maya Mountain Research Farm