Common Ground Meetings

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Sep ’13May
128

Thursday, Sept. 12 - May 8, 5-5:45 p.m.
EcoHouse

Located at the EcoHouse, (1 High St., the big white house on the rotary), Common Ground peruses environmental issues present in our communities and spreads awareness and change to such issues. Common Ground is PSU's environmental and social justice group who sponsors events like Earth Jam, water week, trail clean-ups and so much more. Come on down to join the fun!


Sep ’13Dec
1723

Tuesday, Sept. 17 - Monday, Dec. 23
Plymouth State University

Welcome back to campus! The Office of Environmental Sustainability is excited to invite your department and/or office to participate in our ongoing Green Offices Program. The PSU Green Office Program is designed to encourage sustainable practices in offices and departments across campus to reduce our University’s environmental impacts. The program is essentially a voluntary review of department or office practices that are administered, facilitated, and evaluated by OES staff to produce recommendations that the department or office may act upon at their discretion. Please contact us at bweisenhauer@plymouth.edu to sign up to participate in the Green Offices Program.

In addition be sure to checkout the Second Editions of the Campus Sustainability Guide, a practical handbook for FAQ on PSU's campus: http://www.plymouth.edu/sustainability/green-guide/


Oct ’13Nov
17

Tuesday, Oct. 1 - Thursday, Nov. 7
Karl Drerup Art Gallery

Yang Jikui’s exhibition has inspired a lecture series that will coincide with his visit to Plymouth State University. The series features presentations by eight distinguished scholars on many topics:

“Art that Transcends Borders: A Personal Cross-Cultural Appreciation of the Painting of Yang Jikui,” Professor Roger Dunn, Tuesday, October 1, 5:30 p.m.

“A Brief Introduction to Chinese Calligraphy,” Professor Zhizhang Shen, Tuesday, October 8, 5:30 p.m.

“Living Confusianism: Growing up in Malaysia and America,” Professor Peng-Khuan Chong, Thursday, October 10, 7 p.m.

“Chinese Culture Through the Eyes of a Young American English Teacher,” Professor Jonathan Higgins, Tuesday, October 15, 5:30 p.m.

“Chinese-American Contributions to the United States of America," Professor Stacey Yap, Thursday, October 17, 5:30 p.m.

“Frans Masereel and the Woodcut Movement in China,” Professor David Berona, Thursday, October 24, 5:30 p.m.

“Chinese Painting: Traditions and Continuities,” Professor Richard Hunnewell, Tuesday, October 29, 5:30 p.m.

“Dou Ni Wan'er (or 'Bazinga') - Understanding Traditional Eastern Humor Through Chinese Crosstalk,” Professor Wu Chen, Thursday, November 7, 5:30 p.m.

For more information, vist the Karl Drerup Art Gallery website.


Oct ’13Nov
19

Tuesday, Oct. 1 - Saturday, Nov. 9
Karl Drerup Art Gallery

"Lotus2," Master Yang Jikui

Yang Jikui is a prominent Chinese painter, well known for his elegant ink brush paintings of traditional subjects such as exotic flowers, birds, fish, and garden foliage. His paintings are bold in scale and execution. His masterful technique demonstrates the power and nuances available to an artist with his understanding and experience.

Yang Jikui’s exhibition has inspired a lecture series that will coincide with his visit to Plymouth State University: “Adventures in Chinese Culture,” featuring presentations by eight distinguished scholars on many topics.

Opening Reception: Tuesday, October 1, 4-6 p.m.

For more information, visit the gallery website at www.plymouth.edu/gallery, or contact  us via email at kdag.art@plymouth.edu.


Oct ’13Dec
1613

Wednesday, Oct. 16 - Friday, Dec. 13
Silver Center for the Arts
Sponsored by the Karl Drerup Art Gallery

Contoocook print collector and curator Parker Potter has invited 26 New Hampshire-based printmakers to present a revisiting of an earlier work to reimage a theme that has held for the artist to this day. The new work may be one that engages that theme while rethinking size, color, a new composition or process, or some other variable.

Reception Friday, October 18, 4-6 p.m.


Nov ’13
6
4:00 pm

Wednesday, Nov. 6, 4-5 p.m.
Boyd Science Center 001 Lecture Hall

"A Day in the Life of an Environmental First Responder"

Presenter: Raymond Reimold
Complaint Investigator, NH Dept. of Environmental Services

The presentation will highlight Ray Reimold’s work with the State of New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Spill Response and Complaint Investigation Section. From home heating oil spills to tanker truck rollovers to sunken boats to meth labs, Ray’s position allows him to take on uncharted challenges daily. He works on a side of the environmental science field that is hands-on and action-packed, and brings him to the far corners of New Hampshire at all hours of the night in all types of weather.

Ray is a 2008 graduate of Plymouth State University’s Center for The Environment with a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science and Policy, working under Dr. Steve Kahl. Since 2008, he has been employed by the State of New Hampshire, as a member of the Spill Response and Complaint Investigation Section for New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services. He is also a Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician on the Hebron Fire Department and an Officer/Hazardous Material Technician on the Central NH Hazardous Material Team.

Sponsored by the Center for the Environment



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