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Designing a Health Clinic for Rwanda

Architecture Professor Peter Temple and his Communicorps class learned that some of the challenges they face designing a health clinic in Rwanda go far beyond those of simple building plans.

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Drs. Hodgdon ’94 and Filitis ’01 Find the Keene State Connection

When two Biology alums, now MDs, met at a hospital in Cooperstown, NY, they started to reminisce about the great education they got at Keene State. Oh, there's a Green Monster in the story, too.

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Apple Hill String Quartet at KSC

The Apple Hill String Quartet will be on campus for a mini-residency at the end of March, offering public performances and sharing their skills and knowledge with students and classes.

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Masters Program Prepares New Teachers

Recent education graduates now have a new opportunity to earn a Master’s in Education in Curriculum and Instruction in just one more year — one that focuses on research, education, and the shifting educational landscape.

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Giving Makes a Difference

History Professor Emeritus Jim Smart and his wife Eleanore recently established the History Scholarship Fund to help history majors achieve their goals.

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Giving to KSC

Think Keene State.

Complete your degree or improve job skills through classroom and online courses. Summer session registration is now open! Classes start May 18.

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Continuing Education at KSC

Family Music Show at the Redfern

The Redfern Arts Center's family show is back by popular demand with Boston-based Vanessa Trien and the Jumping Monkeys, to perform on Saturday, February 28, at 11 a.m.

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The Redfern Arts Center