Congratulations, Celebrations, and Introspection

George Tuthill

We look forward to working with PSU’s newly named deans. In addition, we are making final preparations for Commencement 2011, as we continue the work of self-study and examination that accompanies the accreditation process.

 
 

Professor Co-Authors Article on NSF-Funded Research Project

Mark Green

“Environmental issues are multifaceted and we need to hear many perspectives to truly understand complex environmental dynamics,” says Assistant Professor Mark Green, who will use what he’s learned from an NSF-funded project to enhance his graduate coursework.

 
 

Redesigning the American High School

In partnership with the Rochester School Department, PSU is offering a nine-week seminar, Redesigning the American High School for the 21st Century, in Rochester. The seminar, which continues through AprilRead more

 
 

Meeting the Individual Needs of her Students

Karen S. Redd

Karen S. Redd is a special education teacher at Bakersville Elementary School in Manchester, New Hampshire; she is a Plymouth State University, College of Graduate Studies General Special Education graduate,Read more

 
 

Graduate Commencement 2011

Graduate Commencement

Yes, it is time to begin thinking about the 61st Annual Graduate Commencement, scheduled for Saturday, May 14, at 10 a.m. in the Foley Gymnasium on the beautiful Plymouth StateRead more

 
 

Counseling ‘Adventure’ Fosters Cohesion

Adventure Based Group Counseling

According to famous psychiatrist and group therapist, Dr. Irvin Yalom, universality and cohesion are crucial therapeutic advantages of group counseling. Together, they foster the feeling that “we’re in this together.”Read more

 
 

Harnessing the Power of the Arts to Engage, Entertain, and Inspire

Peter Pan – musical adventure the whole family can enjoy together

From original musical theatre like ETC’s Pollyanna to classic music theatre such as this year’s Peter Pan, ETC shows over and over again the amazing power of the arts to engage, entertain and inspire.

 
 

Graduate Studies Welcomes New Hire

Amy Barnes

We are pleased to welcome a new staff member to the College of Graduate Studies: Amy Barnes.

 
 

Just Say Yes

Susan Prasch

Susan G. Prasch is a licensed massage therapist and graduate student in Plymouth State University’s College of Graduate Studies’ master of education in adult learning and development program. Prasch finishedRead more

 
 

Working with Nuisance Animals

Nancy Comeau

As New Hampshire residents, we all have stories about black bear sightings: at our bird feeders, in our trash barrels, along our back roads and routes. Nancy Comeau, a longtimeRead more

 
 

News from 2 Pillsbury Street

2 Pillsbury Street Concord NH

The College of Graduate Studies Concord location is bustling with activity! We welcome students working on graduate degrees and certifications. We offer varied courses as well as advising appointments andRead more

 
 

Upcoming Events

Spring 2011

March 1 Spring Term Begins March 8 Brown Bag Luncheon featuring Associate Professor of Education Marcel Lebrun who will speak on “Children in Crisis: Violence, Victims, and Victories,” noon toRead more

 
 

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