Scholarship and Research
What distinguishes Keene State from most undergraduate colleges are the opportunities students
have to work one-on-one with faculty or to apply their skills in local communities. Each year, students and faculty work together on research and scholarship projects. Many of these projects, which may be funded by grants from the College, are selected for the annual Academic Excellence Conference.
Literacy Junction: Bringing children, teachers and reading together
"I want to make schools a better place," says Prudence Cuper, assistant professor of education at Keene State. According to Cuper, educating teachers about how to help students feel good about themselves ...
Reading The Signs
It can analyze your fingernail clippings to tell how high in the food chain you eat and distinguish between maple syrup produced in Vermont and New Hampshire. One of the treasures of the Science Center is a piece of equipment ...
Sydney, Australia, 1788
The business of Keene State Theatre's technical crew is illusion - of place, time, and mood. For recent performances of Our Country's Good, a play set in convict Australia and directed by Professor Ron Spangler, students from the ... more
Community Research Center
Each semester, sociology students volunteer their time to design and conduct research projects for nonprofits and public agencies, providing a service that these organizations have been crying out for, says Therese Seibert ... more
A Million-Dollar Project
When safety studies major Chris Langille graduated from Keene State, he didn't think that within a year he would be part of the College's $1.4 million project to develop a public safety management system in New Hampshire ... more
Academic Excellence Conference
Honors and Enrichment Program