AMC and PSU Sign Memorandum

May 24th, 2013 by Lynn

    PSU President Sara Jayne Steen and AMC President John D. Judge at AMC’s Highland Center at Crawford Notch for the signing of a memorandum of understanding. The document details continued coordination and collaboration to advance their respective missions, while helping both institutions make a positive impact on the region’s environment, economy, communities, and people. (Courtesy photo)

    AMC and PSU Sign Memorandum

    Published Date Friday, 24 May 2013 11:32

    CRAWFORD NOTCH — Representatives of the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) and Plymouth State University (PSU) made their organizations’ commitment to continued collaboration official on May 6 with the signing of a memorandum of understanding designed to foster ongoing sharing of resources and expertise.
     
    Officials of both organizations cited similar goals and objectives and noted that continued coordination and collaboration will advance their respective missions, while helping both institutions make a positive impact on the region’s environment, economy, communities, and people. Specifically, senior staff at the signing event spoke about mutual interests, goals, and objectives centered around education, scientific and environmental research, community partnerships, experiential learning, cultural and historic studies, and public service.
     
    The memorandum was signed by AMC President John D. Judge and PSU President Sara Jayne Steen at AMC’s Highland Center at Crawford Notch.
     
    “We are extremely pleased to formalize our collaborative working relationship with Plymouth State University, and we are energized by the prospect of a limitless number of exciting things we can accomplish together in support of our respective missions,” said Judge.
     
    Steen agreed. “We are happy to extend our wonderful partnership with the AMC and advance our common mission for this region.”

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