PLYMOUTH, N.H. – Members of PSU’s graduate community, including graduate faculty, adjunct faculty, alumni and students, will gather on Friday, October 14 from
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. in Heritage Commons for the second annual SEEK Symposium. The Symposium, held on the Friday of the University’s annual Homecoming Weekend, celebrates Service, Excellence, Experience and Knowledge (SEEK) by highlighting the accomplishments of selected members of the graduate community.
Dr. Marianne M. True, recipient of the 2005 Distinguished Graduate Faculty Award in Education, will deliver the keynote address. Dr. True is coordinator of the Graduate Educational Leadership program, a graduate faculty member, and an associate professor of education at PSU. The topic of her address is Scholarship, Action and Application, focusing on her Collaborative Conversations initiative.
Following the keynote address, two members of the graduate faculty who are doctoral candidates will share their dissertation research. Lisa Lindgren, lecturer in marketing for the MBA program, will speak on Understanding future-market focus: How does it interact with concept generation and concept selection processes for different types of innovation projects? Linda Levy, instructor of athletic training, adjunct graduate faculty/faculty-in-residence, and director of the undergraduate Athletic Training Program at Plymouth State will discuss Situational Supervision: A Model for Athletic Training Clinical Education.
For more information or to RSVP by October 7, contact the office of Graduate Studies and Community Outreach, 535-2636.