Even in the midst of a pandemic, New Hampshire remains a desirable location for companies selling globally, according to a report prepared by Plymouth State University.
As one of the sectors most affected by the pandemic, educational institutions are adjusting professional development offerings to address immediate workforce needs amid an uncertain future.
As universities and community colleges roll out training to help workers deal with pandemic stress and gain new skills, they strive to meet workforce shortages that still challenge NH employers despite higher jobless numbers.
John Lappie, assistant political science professor at Plymouth State University, says this inauguration is missing many traditions that signal a smooth transition of power
An artificial-intelligence entity known as “Alex” is training Plymouth State students to become better salespeople, helping them get pre-graduation face time with prospective employers — and winning them acclaim in a national competition.
As COVID-19 cases surge in New Hampshire, colleges and universities are now getting ready to welcome students back to campus. Some schools are making changes this semester and expanding testing options.
Plymouth State University is offering an accelerated program to allow students majoring in communication and media studies to earn a bachelor’s degree and a master of business administration degree in four years.
Simulation—it’s something that nurses first encounter while still studying in nursing school, but that’s not where it
ends. Experienced nurses continue to use simulation, for example, to improve practice, communication between
health care providers, the cooperation between interprofessional teams, and to teach/learn new techniques.
Before we explore its importance, let’s first understand what simulation is and the kinds that are being used today.
A professor at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire talks with NBC10 Boston’s Chris Gloninger about the dark roots of environmentalism and sustainability so that we don’t repeat the past while we fight against climate change.