Sep
11
3:00 pm

Sunday, September 11 at 3 p.m.
Smith Recital Hall

Repertoire will include selections ranging from a beautiful Handel Trio to a romping Sonata by Martinu, concluding with a virtuosic showpiece by Doppler.

Featured artists: Aubrie Dionne, flute; Ms. Dionne is an active performer, teacher, conductor, and adjudicator in New England. Mark Latham, violin; Mr. Latham has been active as a violinist, teacher, composer and conductor in North America, Europe and Africa. Elizabeth Blood, piano; Ms. Blood currently serves as a Resident Artist/Staff Accompanist at UNH and is on the faculty of the Manchester Community Music School.

Free, call 603-535-2787 for tickets. Click here for more information.

JulAug
59
Advanced Study of Thrown and/or Hand-built Ceramic Form

Instructor: Penny Huynen. Cost: $690.00 ( $645.00 plus $45.00 materials fee).

  • Tuesdays: July 5, 12, 19, 26, August 9 (3:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.): and Saturday: August 6 (8 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
  • Draper & Maynard, Ceramics Studio
Register here.

Jul
7
2:00 pm

With bravery and a little luck, young Jack tries to find a way to provide for his family – and escape the mean old giant in the sky. Buy tickets online or call 603-535-2787.

Children's theatre offerings all summer long!

  • July 7 at 2 p.m.
  • Studio Theatre, Silver Center for the Arts
  • $7 all seats; $5 groups (15 or more)

Jul
14
2:00 pm

Can true love conquer all when Rapunzel’s beautiful long hair is cut short, her dashing prince goes blind, and both are cast out into the deep, dark wilderness?  Buy tickets online or call 603-535-2787.

Children's theatre offerings all summer long!

  • July 14at 2 p.m.
  • Studio Theatre, Silver Center for the Arts
  • $7 all seats; $5 groups (15 or mor

Jul
20
5:00 pm

Lucy Crawford’s 1845 History of the White Mountains was the first book published about the White Mountains. It chronicles the Crawford family’s 50-year effort to introduce the visiting public to the wonders and beauty of the White Mountains. Join living history portrayer Dijit Taylor for Lucy’s stories of life in the mountains, punctuated by birth and death, love and betrayal, road and trail building, and associated disasters.

  • July 20, 5-6 p.m.
  • Location TBA
  • Land & Community Heritage Investment Program

JulJul
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Instructor: Kathi Smith. Cost: $500.00 ($465 + $35 materials fee). Register here.
  • July 25-29
    • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    • Thursday (extended day): 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Draper & Maynard, Room 316

 

JunJun
1516

The June orientation program is your introduction to many of the academic and student services that will support you during your time as a student at PSU.

  • June 15 and 16
  • Arrive between 8:30 a.m. and noon.
  • Hartman Union Building (HUB)

More information here.

JunJun
710
You are invited to the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning's 2016 Summer Symposium  held June 7, 9 and 10 in the Frost Commons! 
 
Your colleagues and some guest speakers will host in-depth workshops and conversations about:
• Interdisciplinarity and engagement;
• Helping students budget time for research;
• Encouraging student preparedness;
• Immersion experiences & block scheduling;
• Beyond lecture & discussion: Creative classrooms;
• Moodle upgrade, e-mail system upgrade, and other academic technology topics.
 
Here we can share our wisdom, ask questions, and see how to adapt practices and philosophies to our own disciplines and courses. Full schedule here.
 
All are welcome! Refreshments and lunch will be provided. So we can better serve you (we want you to have enough food!)please RSVP by June 1 here.

May
13
4:00 pm

PSU will be honoring outstanding graduating seniors with a variety of awards from across campus. The PSU community is encouraged to join us in honoring the Class of 2016.

  • Friday May 13 at 4 p.m.
  • Silver Center for the Arts
  • Reception to follow

May
12
5:15 pm

New Hampshire filmmaker Dan Habib will be on campus to discuss his film, Intelligent Lives.

The perception of intelligence is a powerful force in the systematic segregation, maltreatment, and unfulfilled potential of hundreds of millions of individuals with disabilities in the US and worldwide. The documentary film project Intelligent Lives explores how the segregation of people with intellectual disabilities became the norm, why this segregation is slowly being dismantled, and how some people with intellectual disabilities are blazing a bold new path.

  • May 12, 5:15–6:15 p.m.
  • Boyd Science Center, room 001