There are many reasons to love teaching here at Keene State College. For Becky Brown, the small class size makes a big difference. "I like teaching at KSC primarily because of its small size,” she says. “Smaller classes mean more personal interaction between students and faculty and between faculty within and among schools. It’s good to recognize and acknowledge the staff, who make the college run smoothly and look beautiful, too."
Becky says some of her most affirming moments come when students tell her that her class is their favorite or they like the way she teaches. But truly, she says, "I’d most like students to fan the flames of their curiosity about their world and to develop the skills for lifelong learning."
BS, Physical Education, Brigham Young University, Utah
MA, Physical Education, Northern Arizona University
EdD, Educational Administration, Brigham Young University, Utah
Certificate in Gerontology, Brigham Young University, Utah
Health effects of social justice, health education, and public health. Alternative medicine and healing, particularly the subtle energies of healing.
Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University
Associate Professor, Hillsdale College, Michigan
Associate Professor of Health Science, Keene State College, 1986-present.
President’s Outstanding Women of New Hampshire Award, 1994