Graduate Studies in the News

Plymouth State Graduate Angie Miller Named 2011 NH Teacher of the Year

Angie Miller

A Holderness Central School teacher who involves her students in community service projects is New Hampshire’s 2011 Teacher of the Year. Angie Miller, a 2001 graduate of Plymouth State, was chosen from dozens of nominations by New Hampshire’s Department of Education. Miller has been teaching for nine years, after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English in 2001. She is currently seeking a master’s at PSU’s College of Graduate Studies…
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Outstanding Graduate Alumni Award: Petra Y Schaefer

Petra Schaefer. Photo courtesy of Petra Schaefer

Petra Schaefer. Photo courtesy of Petra Schaefer

The Outstanding Graduate Alumni Award is awarded to a graduate alumna or alumnus who through earning an advanced degree has been able to impact their profession, community or society in a positive and meaningful manner…
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Research Professor Lisa Doner Awarded NSF Grant

Lisa Doner, a research professor at the Center for the Environment at Plymouth State University, was recently awarded a $600,000 National Science Foundation grant to study the deposits in the bottom of lakes in Iceland and how the North Atlantic Oscillation affects the process of deposition…
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One Response to “Graduate Studies in the News”

  1. Mazhar Khetran says:

    Dear Angie Miller

    Happy to know that you have got the Award of TEACHER OF THE YEAR.

    I am Mazhar Khetran PSU PELI Alumni 2010. I personally met with Angie Miller in PSU. Yes she has quailities to be selected as Teacher of the Year. Because the way she behave with people, she is wonderful. I met twice in one month of July when i was in Plymouth State University just for 15 to 30 minutes only but she has printed as many revolutionary things in my mind that i will never forget for my whole life and after visiting PSU i am reviewing and reviewed my teaching style, my way of living, my way of thinking and everything.
    Not only Angie will be proud of that she has graduated from PSU, I am also proud of that i have visited PSU. I still remember the way of teaching of Honorable Dr. Sandy. I believe that i will never forget Dr. Sandy Teaching Style, his loving style, his begaving style. He is great. He is a man the nations need. All the other staff ,insturctors and Prospect Hall Staff all were fabolus. I can write many more about these people including Sara Steen, Madam Director Black Allen. If you will response my this feelings.
    Angie i am from Pakistan and friend of Munir.
    I still remember Marry Lyon Hall Grassy Plot meeting where we met second time and discussed so many things and you guided me a lot. Thanks Miller. You have right to get award.

    Mazhar Khetran
    PSU PELI Alumni 2010
    00923337833355

    A Holderness Central School teacher who involves her students in community service projects is New Hampshire’s 2011 Teacher of the Year. Angie Miller, a 2001 graduate of Plymouth State, was chosen from dozens of nominations by New Hampshire’s Department of Education. Miller has been teaching for nine years, after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English in 2001. She is currently seeking a master’s at PSU’s College of Graduate Studies…

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