Lee Mun Wah: "An Unfinished Conversation"
Filmmaker, author, asian folk teller and educator Lee Mun Wah brings a day of dialogue, training, and film to Keene State College.
Mark your calendars and join us for this full day event!
The Impact of Images
Nicole Baker, a Keene State senior double-majoring in psychology and management, spent her summer exploring just how much impact the media has on women's images of themselves. One of three students awarded Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships, she was funded to conduct a study that investigates the role of images of underweight women in the media on women's self-esteem and body satisfaction.
The Value of a Liberal Arts Education
A liberal arts education has never been more relevant in terms of preparing students for today's world. Here at Keene State, young people develop skill at writing and speaking, comfort with different cultures and ideas, and nimble thinking – habits of mind that will serve them well throughout their lives.
Honors Students Make Memorable Trip to Nepal
Considered by many to be a poor third-world country located in South Asia, Nepal is also the home of magnificent temples and magical people who find joy in their everyday life. Seven Keene State students had the opportunity to travel to this fascinating country during a global engagement trip in May.
In the School of Professional and Graduate Studies, you can prepare for a career in education, architecture, safety, health science, and other areas.