Take a Lesson From our Professors
Keene State’s Teaching Moment series brings quick lessons to you from our professors on a variety of topics, from gender in society and the study of forgiveness, to reading banned books and why pure mathematics is important, and much more.
Student Starts His Career by Serving in NH House of Representatives
Keene State junior, Joseph Stallcop, is already starting a career in politics. His classroom experience and connecting with another Keene State alum helped him develop an interest in politics.
Scholarship Enables Student Research in Africa
Designing a public building includes tackling a set of unique challenges. And when the building site is 7,000 miles away in Africa, those challenges take on a whole new dimension. A newly endowed scholarship has enabled Architecture majors Rachel Lamica and Connor Bell to overcome some of those challenges by funding their travel to Africa, where they visited proposed building sites and gained critical understanding of the physical and cultural realities of the project.
American Chemical Society Recognizes Faculty and Student Work
Keene State’s Chemistry program was selected for an award for activities during the 2015-16 academic year, and the efforts of two faculty members were noted as representing “the best in undergraduate science education and mentoring around the country."
Environmental Studies Students in the Field, Year in Review
In the fourth year of an innovative partnership with the KSC Department of Environmental Studies (ENST), four outstanding ENST students participated in a seven-week summer conservation internship program with the Harris Center for Conservation Education in 2016.