Awards Archives

Ms. Kathryn Melanson,Distinguished Operating Staff Award winner (DOSA)

June 24th, 2010 by Nikki-Ann

Kathryn Melanson,  Administrative Assistant in the Social Science Department, was awarded the Distinguished Operating Staff Award in May of  08. The Award Ceremony in Samuel Reed Hall, Heritage Commons, was well attended by other OS members as well as her grandchildren, her son and daughter, Dad and Stepmother and a sister-in-law. Melanson was very surprised to receive this award and feels very honored to have been nominated and selected for such a great Honor.

Patrick May, Distinguished Advising Award

June 24th, 2010 by Nikki-Ann

Patrick May, Geography and Social Studies Education, accepting his award at Faculty Day,  August  27th, 2008. May received the Distinguished Advising Award for all his hard work with the students. May is always on the go and working hard for the students and the community at Plymouth State University.

David Starbuck, Distinguished Scholar Award

June 24th, 2010 by Nikki-Ann


David Starbuck, was awarded the Distinguished Scholars Award for his many literary works and excavation. Starbuck is passionate about his work in the field of archaeology and loves to share that passion with the students. Starbuck has been involved in many excavations, but most recently he has been digging around his family home in the Adirondacks.

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November 14th, 2013 by Eric


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Contact Us

Kathryn Melanson, Administrative Assistant
Office: Rounds Hall 110
Phone: 603-535-2335
Email: kmelanson@plymouth.edu

Nikki-Ann Nunes, Administrative Assistant
Office: Memorial 110
Phone: 603-535-3071
nanunes@plymouth.edu

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