News from 2 Pillsbury Street

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 and monthly Miller Analogy testing for our students. Given the number of classrooms and seminar rooms at our facility, the technology available, and the convenient location, both professors and students enjoy attending classes at 2 Pillsbury Street.

The New Hampshire Department of Education's Child Development Bureau met recently in our Concord offices.

We also welcome many of the educational organizations and school districts in New Hampshire to hold their monthly board meetings and workshops at this facility. It is always a pleasure to be able to provide accommodations to the many dedicated educators in the state volunteering their time and energies on behalf of their students.

Jay Bonstingl, national author and speaker, recently offered a two-day workshop on leadership skills for a group of middle school students from the Masenic School District. These students, in small teams, reflected on their school identifying the strengths they observed as well as areas they believed could be improved. Each group then developed an action plan that they presented to the others as well as to parents and their school administrators at the culminating session. It was recommended that the students also present their work to their local school board. It was a great to have a younger group of students take advantage of our facility.

Join the College of Graduate Studies at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 15, for the film, Pushing the Elephant, and following discussion at 2 Pillsbury Street in Concord.

The independent film series, Community Cinema, continues to offer thought-provoking films each month at 2 Pillsbury Street in partnership with New Hampshire Public Television. Each film is followed by a discussion led by a panel of experts familiar with the topics portrayed. We have discussed the role of Indians in films throughout the years; mining in Kentucky; young Christian, Muslim, and Jewish leaders; and musicians with both physical and intellectual disabilities.

There are always interesting and diverse happenings at the College of Graduate Studies, 2 Pillsbury Street, Concord. We can be reached at (603) 223-0625 or We invite you to visit us!


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