The AEC is sponsored by the Associate Provost’s Office, the Lloyd P. Young Student Center, the Keene State College Student Assembly, the Office of the President, the Office of Advancement, and the KSC Parent’s Association.
This event brings together student scholars and their families, faculty and staff mentors, other members of the KSC community, area legislators, university trustees, and members of the Keene community in celebration of academic research and other forms of scholarship. More about Academic Excellence Conference
Important dates and information about preparing throughout the fall and spring semesters for the Academic Excellence Conference
Your abstract is a formal piece of writing. If accepted, it will appear in the AEC program. Work with your project mentor to write and revise several drafts before submitting it for review. More about Submissions
What is the AEC? The annual Academic Excellence Conference showcases the research, scholarship, and creative work completed by KSC graduate and undergraduate students. It gives students an opportunity to present their best academic work to a broad audience of their peers, faculty, and the public. More about FAQ for Students
Why should faculty and staff encourage students to present at the AEC? The Academic Excellence Conference motivates students to further perfect projects they have done for a class or to work on entirely new projects that are not formally linked to any specific course. It encourages students to think about how to make their scholarly work accessible to an audience of non-specialists and gives them an opportunity to take part in an intellectual conversation on a topic of their interest. More about FAQ for Project Mentors