Alumni Spotlight: Carrie Waldron ’09

December, 2009

Carrie Waldron, '09

Carrie Waldron is a young woman with a mature world view and a long list of talents. Her undergraduate experience began in Jordan, where she studied anthropology. “I couldn’t get enough of the Middle East—the food, the culture, the atmosphere, and the people all became dear to me,” says Waldron. “One thing I’d like to point out is how safe the country is. Everyone was scared for me while I was there, but honestly, I felt safer in Amman than [I’ve felt] in any American city.” Read More

Alumni Profile, Sara Dunkerton ’96, ’06G

December, 2009

Preserving a Piece of History

The Kimball House story shows that big things can come from small communities.

At the ripe old age of 6, Sara Dunkerton was already a teacher. “I played school with anyone who was willing to participate,” she says with a laugh. “I’ve always known what I wanted to be.”

To fulfill that dream, Dunkerton pursued a BS in childhood studies and an MEd in math education, earning both degrees at Plymouth State. “I chose Plymouth State for my undergraduate work because it was close to home, had small classes, and had the best reputation for its education program,” she says. “I went back to Plymouth State for my graduate degree because Professor Buteau was wonderful and Professors Mosedale and Fralick were so supportive, and also because my whole experience as an undergrad was so wonderful. I met my closest friends at Plymouth. It had a homey feel and sense of community, and it was small enough that you knew everyone.”

After receiving her BS, Dunkerton set out to find creative ways to help people fulfill their potential. Read More

From the Executive Director of University Advancement

December, 2009

We have big challenges in front of us. But our opportunities, fed by the promise of a transformative future, are equally grand and compelling.

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A Meaningful Tribute

December, 2009

David Hart ’85 and his family created the Brennan Hart Memorial Scholarship in memory of David’s twin brother Brennan, who died just before their graduation. Each year, the scholarship is awarded to PSU students whose burgeoning leadership skills and passion for outdoor recreation reflect Brennan’s. “I can’t think of a more meaningful way to honor Brennan’s life and memory,” says David. Read More

Winter 2010 Magazine Credits

December, 2009

Plymouth Magazine  •  Winter 2010  •  Volume XXV  •  Number 1

Managing Editor Christopher M. Williams

Editor Barbra Alan

Designer Daphne Bruemmer ’98

Publications Manager Lisa Prince

Contributors

  • Sylvia Bryant
  • Nicholas Greenwood ’11
  • Rhiannon Hutchinson
  • Kristin Proulx Jarvis ’06G
  • Henry “Joe” Long Jr.
  • Bruce Lyndes
  • Jennifer Philion
  • Sara Jayne Steen

Photographers

  • John Anderson
  • Mark Bogacz
  • Kent Dayton
  • Mark R. Ducharme
  • Jon Gilbert Fox
  • John Hession
  • John McKeith

Plymouth Magazine is published by the Plymouth State University Office of Public Relations. ©2009, Plymouth State University. Printed by Capital Offset Company, Inc., Concord, NH

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