Through media relations, we collaborate with faculty, staff, and students to develop content that promotes outstanding research, innovative programs, and significant awards or recognition to local, regional, national, and international media organizations.
Media relations aim to:
- Issue news releases, media advisories, and emergency/crisis communications.
- Promote Plymouth State University faculty experts and thought leaders with print, broadcast, and digital media.
- Assist members of the Plymouth State University community in their interactions with the media.
Members of the news media are welcome on the Plymouth State University campus but must arrange all visits through the Communications & Marketing at (603) 535-2276. Permission is required for news media access to all university facilities at the Plymouth and Holderness campuses. Broadcast crews must obtain prior permission from the Communications & Marketing to film or broadcast live from campus.
Commercial Photo and Video: All commercial, non-news photography or videotaping must be approved in advance by the Vice President for Communications, Enrollment & Student Life at (603) 535-2475.
Photos and Video: Plymouth State University photos and video footage may be made available to media upon request through the Communications & Marketing at (603) 535-2276.
Other available resources include: Plymouth State University photo gallery.
Plymouth State University faculty and staff are available to speak to the media and provide expert analysis on a broad range of topics, including the arts, sciences, business, and education. To identify an expert source for your story or to arrange an interview, contact the Communications & Marketing Department at (603) 535-2276.
- Arthurian Legends
- Balance and Core Stability
- Childhood Obesity
- Chinese Economy
- Civil Rights Movement(s)
- Corporate Responsibility
- Eating Disorders
- Economy and Business in Central and Eastern Europe
- Environmental Sustainability
- Equity and Diversity in Public Schools
- Extreme Weather Events (e.g., hurricanes, winter weather, floods)
- Foreign Language
- Learning Gamification
- Globalization and Transitional Justice in Latin America
- Great Depression
- Healthcare Management
- Human Genetics
- Humanitarian Assistance
- Infants, Toddlers, and Screen Media
- Interdisciplinary Trends in Higher Education
- International Banking
- International Relations of China and Southeast Asian Nations
- Invasive Species
- Labor and Employment Law
- Land Use Law
- Literacy Development
- Lizzie Borden
- Mid-latitude Weather Phenomena
- Motor Learning and Motor Behavior
- Music Composition
- Music Theory
- New Hampshire Discrimination Law
- New Hampshire History
- Rights Violations of Ethnic Minorities and Women
- Salem Witch Trials
- Sherlock Holmes
- Special Education Theory and Policy
- Spread of Infectious Disease
- Statistical Analysis
- US Presidential/Political History
- US Trade Deficit with China
- Wellness/Health Promotion
- Wilderness Education
All news and information to be released to the media from PSU should be coordinated through the Communications & Marketing team. If you’re contacted directly by a member of the media, let us know so we can assist with scheduling interviews, drafting talking points, and offer tips to ensure your experience is successful.
Freedom of Information Act/Right to Know Requests Plymouth State University follows the policy set by the University System of New Hampshire for all Freedom of Information Act/Right to Know and public records requests. For PSU to respond in a timely manner to your request, we must specifically know what you are requesting so it can be directed to the most appropriate person/department. Requests must be submitted to the Associate Director of Communications and Marketing Peter Miller.