Year: 2017

by Janina Misiewicz We’ve made it to the end of another semester. With some endings, like this one, it’s important to celebrate and reflect on how far we’ve come and what we’ve learned along the way. With this in mind, all the Interdisciplinary Studies majors are gathering together in Frost Commons to share with each other […]

Janina Misiewicz, the Program Support Administrator for the Interdisciplinary Studies program at PSU, reflects on the first month of the semester and some new departmental initiatives.

by Janina Misiewicz On Tuesday, we celebrated our graduating seniors, the AIS Honor Society inductees, the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award recipient, and the 2017 Gonfonalier recipient. We had a busy evening! The festivities included hors d’oeuvres, cake, balloons, a photobooth, and smiles! We’re very proud of our graduating seniors because they’ve worked hard to get […]

Last week, students enrolled in Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies published a blog post summarizing their learning experience during the semester. Here’s an example of that assignment from Molly Stone’s ePort. Read more to learn about Molly Stone’s experience as an Interdisciplinary Studies major.

What’s an ePortfolio and why should a student create one? A brief overview of ePorts and the impact students can make by publicly sharing their scholarly work.

What does the Interdisciplinary Studies program at Plymouth State University offer its students? Mariah Davis investigated this question by speaking to Robin DeRosa, the Director of the program, and current students about the role of interdisciplinarity in modern education, and more specifically, at Plymouth State University.

Mariah Davis recently sat down with Katherine DeLuca, a Plymouth State University alumni, and discussed Heather’s experience at PSU, what she’s been up to since graduating, and how Interdisciplinary Studies has impacted her life.

The Interdisciplinary Studies department is proud to announce that we have opened a food pantry for students in need. Funded by the Student Support Foundation and personal donations, the food pantry is now open for business.

Mariah Davis recently sat down with Heather Janssen, a Plymouth State University alumni, and discussed Heather’s experience at PSU, what she’s been up to since graduating, and how Interdisciplinary Studies has impacted her life.

The Plymouth State Interdisciplinary Studies program has now been named one of the top Interdisciplinary Studies programs in the United States for two straight years. Read the initial press release here. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.