Sep ’11
22
2:00 pm

Come chat with us about an exciting course and trip that will be offered this spring!!

3 credit undergrad course taught in English on the Camino De Santiago. Then off to walk the the St. James' Way in Spain for a week (right after graduation!)

Location: Hyde 221

Cant make the meeting? Stop by the Languages and Linguistics Dept or email Fawn Ouellette at feouellette@plymouth.edu

Oct ’11Oct
1731

October 2011 is PSU’s first-ever Queer History Month. Initiated by the Queer Council, an ad-hoc group of queer faculty and staff, and allies, the month’s nine events highlight contemporary queer issues, culture, and identity. The goal is to bring to campus a month of interesting and compelling programming on queer issues.

Thursday, October 27, 7 p.m.
Native American Queer Identity (Film: Two Spirits)
Hyde 120
Examines the Navajo two-spirit tradition, which honors individuals who embody both the masculine and the feminine, and demonstrates how ancient values can inform (and improve) modern life.

Sponsored by the Queer Council with support from Lamson Library, SAGE Center, Student Activities Office, PACE, Department of Languages and Linguistics, Department of English, and Department of Communications and Media Studies.

Oct ’11
19
4:00 pm

October 19

Jennifer Jacobs, Director of the Environmental Research Group, University of New Hampshire

Stream Temperature and Healthy Watersheds in New England

Come join us for our fall semester Environmental Science Colloquium on Wednesday afternoons from 4-5 pm at the Boyd Science Center, Room 001. The talks cover a wide range of topics around environmental science and sustainability. The colloquium is available for graduate credit and we also invite the community to come for free. For more information, contact Angela Uhlman.

Oct ’11
12
4:00 pm

October 12

James Gallagher, Chief Engineer, NH Department of Environmental Services

Dam Safety in New Hampshire

Come join us for our fall semester Environmental Science Colloquium on Wednesday afternoons from 4-5 pm at the Boyd Science Center, Room 001. The talks cover a wide range of topics around environmental science and sustainability. The colloquium is available for graduate credit and we also invite the community to come for free. For more information, contact Angela Uhlman.

Sep ’11
14
8:00 am

C-SPAN Digital Bus at PSU This Morning

You are invited to visit the C-SPAN Digital Bus this morning, 9:30-11:30 a.m., as part of a nationwide tour during the build-up to the 2012 Presidential election. The bus, which will be parked adjacent to the Hartman Union Building, is a great learning tool that showcases the electoral process from a multimedia standpoint and emphasizes the importance of voting. C-SPAN also engages local authors and four Plymouth State faculty members, Thad Guldbrandsen, David Starbuck, Kate Donahue and Eun-Ho Yeo will be interviewed about books they have written. The bus also offers four Touchsmart computer kiosks to access C-SPAN's resources, which include a video library, C-SPAN Classroom, Book TV, and many websites. Visitors can also test their knowledge on a public affairs quizzes, share their opinion on the latest C-SPAN Poll, or record a perspective in the "Speaker's Corner".

WATCH IT HERE