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Winter 2024 Plymouth Magazine
This largest eclipse field campaign of its kind has over 1,000 participants studying atmospheric effects during solar eclipses, and PSU’s distinctive ... Learn More
Winter 2024 Plymouth Magazine
Orientation programming is intentionally crafted to guide students toward a sense of belonging and connection as they embark on their college journey.... Learn More
In the spring of this year, students enrolled in Plymouth State University’s (PSU’s) industrial robotics course embarked on a multisemester project to... Learn More
Ryan Carey `08 was like many other outdoor enthusiasts who came to Plymouth State University. He would eat, sleep, and breathe all things outdoors—som... Learn More
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
Plymouth State College became Plymouth State University in 2003
Plymouth State is celebrating the 20th anniversary since it changed its name from Plymouth State College to Plymouth State University in 2003. At t... 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
Zach Eastman, a remarkable individual who graduated from Plymouth State University in 2021 and earned a graduate degree in 2022, has established a sch... Learn More