Supporting Faculty who Educate the Educators

August 3rd, 2012 by Nicholas

It was the fall of 1958 when Meredith Bristow ’62 sat down next to Wally Stevens ’62 in Professor Mary Bilheimer’s biology class.

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Leading by Example

August 3rd, 2012 by Nicholas

Scott ’75 and Patti-Jeanne (Ryan) Biederman ’76 are well-known and respected both on and off campus for their charitable giving and commitment to community and to Plymouth State.

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A Resounding Gift

August 3rd, 2012 by Nicholas

In 1962, Michael Trimpi ’92 lived and worked in one of the most remote places on the planet—Eights Station in Antarctica. As a radioscience researcher for Stanford University, his groundbreaking research in upper-atmospheric noise set the course for the rest of his career.

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A Lasting Gift of Wellness and Recreation

August 3rd, 2012 by Nicholas

Active living is synonymous with Dick and Betty Hanaway’s lifestyle. The Hanaways, who make a point of thoughtfully living and giving, continued their long-time commitment to PSU.

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A Gift Correlated with Excellence in Teaching

August 3rd, 2012 by Nicholas

“Throughout my career, I’ve wanted to do something for faculty,” says Ed Wixson, Plymouth State University emeritus professor of mathematics.

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