Category: Teachers

English Education Professor Kenneth Logan and Plymouth State’s Holmes Center kick off partnership with Franklin schools

“About 20 Franklin public school teachers are enrolled in this school year’s first master’s degree course, which is taught in the Franklin Middle School Media Center by PSU Assistant Professor and English Education Coordinator Kenneth Logan. The course, The Science Behind Teaching and Learning, kicked off on Thursday, Sept. 21.” Read more from the NH Business Review article HERE!

Side By Side 24/7: A Poet and Her Pup Teach the Power of Pets 

Despite a cold winter day on the Plymouth State University campus, the vibe was warm and cheerful inside Room 203 in Rounds Hall this past February. It was all thanks to published poet and former PSU English instructor Ivy Page, and her Service Dog, Tancred. The pair joined students for Christine Carpenter’s Composition class focused on the positive impact of...

Intersectionality Talks: Kishonna Gray

Interested in the representation of marginalized populations in gaming? Wondering how you can be a better ally in a digital space? Dr. Kishonna Gray plans to discuss her book Intersectional Tech: Black Users in Digital Gaming, and how intersectionality relates to the digital gaming sphere. The presentation will be over Zoom on Wednesday, March 17th, from 5:00 to 6:00PM. You...

Words Unbound: Reading Globally

The PSU Canon is back! Except that, given PSU English’s commitment to Rethinking literature and blowing up the Western canon, we’re renaming this official blog The Ellen Reeder in honor of Ellen Reed. Check out this wealth of Iranian Writers curated by Niloufar Talebi, author, literary translator, interdisciplinary artist, producer, and teaching lecturer at PSU. Talebi most frequently teaches Writing...