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Keene State Kicks Off 2016-17 Year

Keene State is bustling with the official start of the new academic year. Students moved in and were welcomed by faculty, staff and community members. The college also honored the 2016 Distinguished Teacher of the Year! We captured images of the events to share and hope you’ll join us in the excitement of a promising new year.

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Meet Some of Keene State’s Staff Who Make a Difference Every Day

Keene State staff are dedicated to the success of our students. Read on to learn more about a few of our staff who are here to make sure students get the best experience possible.

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Take a Quick Lesson from Our Professors

Want to learn something new today? Get a glimpse of Keene State professors offering teaching moments in their fields. Learn about a variety of topics including mapping, forgiveness and reconciliation, performing music, how society influences behavior, the science of crystallography, and more.

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Keene State Welcomes Parents and Families to Campus

On September 30 and October 1, Keene State will welcome students’ parents and families as they join us to enjoy the campus and city of Keene. Families will meet faculty and staff, tour the campus, and connect with other families. In addition to programs on campus, the Monadnock Fall Festival will be taking place in the city.

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KSC’s Part in Bringing Film to Life

The powerful story of Waitstill and Martha Sharp would be missing much of its rich detail were it not for the years of dogged research by a group of Keene State faculty who realized the importance of the Sharp’s work.

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Thorne Art Gallery's Exhibitions

Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery’s upcoming exhibitions and events offer local and global perspectives on contemporary social commentary and images.

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Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery

Staying Active in College

Take Time Tuesdays is a weekly program that promotes fitness, health and wellness for KSC students who may not be as physically active as they were in high school.

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