Students Conduct Research on Health Impacts of Common Contaminants
A team of heath science and biology students are studying the health effects of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). In particular, they are looking at how PAHs affect heart function.
Middle School Girls Explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Fields
Keene State’s Kids on Campus Program offers the Go STEM! program for middle school girls. Students and parents alike are thrilled with the program.
Student Pursues Passion for History with Keene’s Most Historic Building
Senior and honors student Tyler Croteau has made the most of his Keene State experience. His internship with Cheshire County Historical Society’s Wyman Tavern is providing him with an opportunity to present historical information to the public, while working in a field of interest to him.
Welcoming Students to Campus for the 2017-18 Year
Keene State College is ready to officially kick off the 2017-18 academic year by welcoming our returning and new students.
Chemistry Student Researches Anti-Cancer Molecules
Nicholas DeJesus, a sophomore from New Ipswich, NH is working with associate professor of Chemistry, Dr. Brian Anderson, this summer on research regarding the synthesis and characterization of novel thiosemicarbazones, and binding these molecules to metals including palladium, nickel, and iron to study their structural properties, and possible reactivity. Thiosemicarbazones are known to have medical benefits to humans.