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Plymouth State adds to graduate offerings with Master of Science in Accounting

August 6th, 2014 by Tim

Fall 2014 registration open for graduate and undergraduate programs  Graduate business students at Plymouth State University have new programs to choose from this fall. The school has launched a Master of Science in Accounting and has added to its Masters of Business Administration with expanded programs in Healthcare Administration and International Business. All three programs, […]

Governor Maggie Hassan, center, presides over a meeting of the Live Free and Start advisory council. PSU President Sara Jayne Steen, left, welcomed the group to the Enterprise Center at Plymouth, where they discussed job creation strategies for high-tech firms. Jeff Rose, Commissioner of the Department of Resources and Economic Development, is at right.

Governor Maggie Hassan and Live Free and Start Business Advisory Council Meet with ECP

August 6th, 2014 by blyndes

Plymouth, N.H. – New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan and members of the Live Free and Start business advisory group met August 5 at the Enterprise Center at Plymouth (ECP) to learn about the ECP’s activities and to talk with local business leaders about how the state can partner with them on job creation strategies. The […]

Marilinda Garcia, right, toured the Enterprise Center at Plymouth (ECP) August 1 as part of her 2nd Congressional District campaign. ECP Director Michael Tentnowski, left, details the success of the business incubator.

N.H. Congressional Candidate Marilinda Garcia Tours ECP

August 1st, 2014 by blyndes

PLYMOUTH, N.H.– N.H. 2nd Congressional District candidate Marilinda Garcia toured the Enterprise Center at Plymouth, Friday, August 1. The ECP is a business incubator space, providing a “one stop shop” for businesses throughout the region seeking advice and counseling, services, leased space, mentoring, and networking. The Grafton County Economic Development Corporation (GCEDC) constructed the building using $2 […]

PSU Professor Fred Prince displays a fragment of a wooly mammoth tooth he discovered iin the Pemigewasett River Valley. The fossil is the first confirmed evidence of the prehistoric mammal living within the state of New Hampshire.

Plymouth State Professor Discovers Woolly Mammoth Tooth: First Evidence of Prehistoric Mammal in New Hampshire

July 30th, 2014 by blyndes

Plymouth, N.H. – Nearly ten years ago, PSU biology professor Fred Prince was fly-fishing on a remote stream in Campton, N.H., when a strange object caught his eye in the streamside gravel. He picked up the odd, laminated structure and turned it over and over in the bright sunlight. He knew it was unique, but […]

Plymouth State University healthly living advocates accept the American Heart Association's Gold Fit-Friendly Award at a ceremony July 28. Left to right, Denise Normandin,  Healthy PSU Program Manager, Elaine Doell, PSU Human Resources Director, Rebecca Busanich, Healthy PSU, Sara Jayne Steen, PSU President, Cindy Rybczyk, American Heart Association, Steve Taksar, PSU Vice President for Finance and Administration and Barbara McCahan, PSU Professor, Health and Human Performance.

PSU Receives American Heart Association Award for Healthy Workplace

July 28th, 2014 by blyndes

Plymouth, N.H. –The American Heart Association has recognized Plymouth State University as a Gold Level recipient of the Fit-Friendly Worksites recognition program. PSU received the accolade for its efforts in promoting a heart-healthy diet and exercise lifestyle to its employees. Plymouth State University President Sara Jayne Steen said the Fit-Friendly Award shows the institution is taking the […]

Michael Bramer of Campton reads his work to fellow students, family members and staff of the National Writing Project held at Plymouth State July 21-25.

PSU Hosts National Writing Project Camp for Teachers and Children

July 25th, 2014 by blyndes

  PLYMOUTH, N.H. – Seven grade-school students clutch their notepads and anxiously eye each other in a Plymouth State University classroom as they prepare to share their inner-most thoughts out loud. The students are part of the National Writing Project (NWP) summer writing camp, and today culminates their efforts as they read their work to […]

N.H. Republican gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein, right, meets PSU President Sara Jayne Steen, left, and PSU Provost Julie Bernier, center, at the Enterprise Center at Plymouth during his July 22 tour of the facility.

NH Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Walt Havenstein Tours ECP

July 23rd, 2014 by blyndes

  PLYMOUTH, N.H. – New Hampshire Republican gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein toured the Enterprise Center at Plymouth July 22. The ECP is a business incubator space, providing a “one stop shop” for businesses throughout the region seeking advice and counseling, services, leased space, mentoring, and networking. The Grafton County Economic Development Corporation (GCEDC) constructed the building using […]

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PSU’s LEGO Engineering Camp Welcomes Robot

July 18th, 2014 by Tim

Inside Plymouth State University’s Hartman Union Building, seven children are taking turns picking up a large red ball and playing catch. But this isn’t any game of toss and catch; they’re not playing with other kids, their partner is a robot. The kids are part of the LEGO Engineering Camp, a week-long summer activity organized […]

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Ut Prosim in Action: PSU Student Travis Bennett Seeks Elected Office

July 15th, 2014 by blyndes

Plymouth, N.H. – Frustrated over what he calls partisan political wrangling and inaction on issues important to New Hampshire’s future, Plymouth State University student Travis Bennett says he’s seeking elected office. The political science major is running a write-in campaign on the Democratic ticket for the Grafton 8 District in the New Hampshire House of […]

PSU Assistant Professor Mike Son, center, explains to Science Camp students why dry ice vaporizes in water.

PSU Summer Courses a Success in Introducing Children to Science

July 10th, 2014 by blyndes

  Plymouth, N.H. – Seven wide-eyed children gather around a lab table in PSU’s Boyd Science Center, eager to find out what happens when a piece of dry ice is dropped into a container of water. As Assistant Professor of Microbiology Mike Son gently places the dry ice into the water, the resulting vapor elicits […]

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Three local high schools to compete in 31st season of ‘Granite State Challenge’ on NHPTV

Monitor staff Monday, November 24, 2014 (Published in print: Tuesday, November 25, 2014) Some of the smartest students in the state are gearing up to compete in the 31st season of the Granite State Challenge on New Hampshire Public Television. Students from 16 high schools will participate in the televised competition, including teams from Concord […]

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Plymouth State students, alumni provide Thanksgiving meals

By DAN SEUFERT Union Leader Correspondent Andy McDonnell, an alumni of Plymouth State University and the Phi Beta Upsilon fraternity, works with Rev. Preston Fuller of the Tilton-Northfield United Methodist Church, who checks off a donations list on his clipboard. (DAN SEUFERT/Union Leader Correspondent) PLYMOUTH — Thanksgiving meals came early to hundreds of low-income and elderly […]

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Knowledge is power

PLYMOUTH––All that glitters is not gold, and everything you read on the Internet is not true. Finding reliable, factual reference information in today’s high technology world is not easy, but Plymouth State University’s Lamson Library and Learning Commons is showing Rivendell Academy students the best way to ferret out what’s fact from fiction. Twenty-seven juniors […]