Center for the Environment: Environmental scholarship informed by the world with a regional focus and local engagement.
The Center for the Environment at Plymouth State University addresses fundamental environmental issues in northern New England through scientific research, education, and collaboration. We engage on and off campus partners in projects using science-based knowledge to promote informed decision making. CFE provides future educators, researchers, and leaders with a comprehensive environmental education that includes real-world research experience, an understanding of how the natural and built environments are integrated, and knowledge of the community we live in and the economy in which we participate.
The Center for the Environment organizes an Environmental Science Colloquium Series each term which is open to everyone. Please join us at 4-5 pm in Boyd Science Center, Room 001 for the following talks: January 31: The Academic Journal Publishing Ecosystem: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Christin Wixson, Lamson Library, Plymouth State […]
In November 2017, Jason Cordeira, Assistant Professor of Meteorology and Affiliate Faculty at the Center for the Environment, was awarded the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) Climate Science Service Award. The award was presented to Jason at the Winter Outlook Workshop at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, CA. Jason is an […]
CFE to Host Panel Discussion on “Presence of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Stream Sediments of the Squam Lake Watershed”
A public meeting sponsored by the Squam Lakes Association and the Center for the Environment at Plymouth State University Wednesday, November 1, 2017 @ 5:30 pm, Boyd Science Center – Room 144, Plymouth State University The Squam Lakes Association (SLA) and Plymouth State University’s Center for Environment (CFE) invite the public to attend a panel […]
The Center for the Environment organizes an Environmental Science Colloquium Series each term which is open to everyone. Please join us at 4-5 pm in Boyd Science Center, Room 001 for the following talks: September 13 – Past Fire and Present-Day Mesophication: Implications for oak ecosystem restoration – Greg Nowacki, USFS Regional Ecologist September 20 […]
Evolutionary biologist Dr. Tommy Stoughton of the Center for the Environment is leading a “Fungal Foray Series” during the 2017 summer and fall for PSU’s Museum of the White Mountains. July 7. Meet at the Museum of the White Mountains – 9:30 am Fungal foray at Smarts Brook from 10am-noon. Suggested donation: $10. August 5. […]