Students and Alumni
Keene State College Computer Science students and graduates are using technology to make a difference. Whether on campus networking with peers, working on campus with the latest technology to enhance the educational experience, or out in the "real world" moving computer science forward, those involved with KSC CS department, then and now, have success stories to share.
What's better than graduating from Keene State College with a degree in the red hot field of Applied Computer Science? How about pairing it with a degree in Business Management and graduating with a double major. That's exactly with Jamie Schena will do in 2014 when she completes her undergraduate education at Keene State. More about Jamie Schena '14
When Dan Garant graduates from Keene State, he will have earned two degrees; a BS in Computer Science and one in Mathematics. Why two degrees? Because, as Dan says, "Almost every business and organization has some need that computer software satisfies... With the help of careful mathematical definitions, we will see more and more game-changing behaviors exhibited by computers, and I want to be a part of that movement." More about Dan Garant '13
When Corey Austin was growing up north of Keene in Claremont, NH, he didn't think college was in his future. In fact, he didn't think about it much at all. College was barely a dream, and it wasn't a typical topic of family conversation. More about Corey Austin '13
From student to alumna to faculty in one major step. Make that two major steps. When Alyssa Marinaccio graduated from Keene State in May of 2012, she walked away with two degrees: a BS in Applied Computer Science and BA in Mathematics. But she didn't walk far. Alyssa made the transition from student to faculty seamlessly, beginning her professional career as Assistive Technology Coordinator at Keene State, ... More about Alyssa Marinaccio '12
Ya, there's an app for that. But if there isn't James Dahlen can create one, or just maybe he created an app that you already use. Anyone with a mobile device who appreciates how cool this technology is, has people like James to thank. And James has Keene State College, his professors, and his own passion to thank for building a launchpad for his career. More about James Dahlen '10