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Local elections are often overshadowed by national elections, but they can have a huge impact on our daily lives. In this episode the importance of lo... Learn More
Political science Professor John Lappie discusses both regional and national politics on WFEA radio, Manchester, NH. Learn More
State’s first energy circuit rider assists small towns develop and finance energy projects
When she began her new job in 2019, Melissa Elander was dogged in her pursuit to help small municipalities in the North Country embrace renewable ener... Learn More
These interdisciplinary degree programs prepare students for careers in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors protecting the Earth.
When Teagan Connelly was in high school in Connecticut, climate change grabbed her attention — and promptly threw her into despair. “While some people... Learn More
Community colleges and the like have an opportunity to break through the noise and show their value to students
The University of Chicago recently put a black eye on "elite" schools’ reputations. It announced a $13.5 million settlement related to allegations tha... Learn More
As readers of Bringing It know, our work at BT2P is focused on the Paradigm Project, an effort to advance systemic change on behalf of holistic, engag... Learn More
Plymouth State University hosted the first Eagle Pond Authors’ Series event of its 25th season on September 19, 2023. Abenaki and French Canadian poet... Learn More
Plymouth State University welcomed 996 first-year students to campus for the fall 2023 semester, which began Aug. 28. This year’s incoming class marks... Learn More
New Hampshire’s private and public institutions of higher education are rolling out a host of new initiatives, facilities, degree programs and partner... Learn More
The chronic and escalating shortage of nurses that the U.S. faces moved me to write an op-ed last year laying out my top reasons why nursing is a care... Learn More