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All Alumni Reunion 2016

June 10 - 12, 2016
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Save the Date! Reunion 2016 will be June 10 - 12th! Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend, but there will be special celebrations for anyone who graduated in a year ending in 1 or 6!

Visit the Reunion Website for more information.

Want to organize something with your class to celebrate your reunion milestone? Contact Bethany, Acting Director of Alumni and Constituent Engagement at bmorin@keene.edu!

Go Owls!

Senior Family Dinner and Dessert Reception

May 06, 2016

Celebrate the Class of 2016 with and evening with family and friends the night before commencement! The evening will begin with dinner as graduating students have the chance to gather with friends and family to reminisce about the past few years and recognize the great accomplishment of graduation.

Please visit the Senior Dinner and Dessert webpage for more information.

Sponsored by the Class of 2016 & the KSC Alumni Association

Career Speaker Series: David Bonnette ‘92, CEO of Lanyon Solutions

April 13, 2016 · 6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.
Science 101

David was a management major at Keene State who took an entry level sales job at Oracle right out of Keene State. From Oracle he has gone on to become CEO of Big Machines (which Oracle bought) and now Lanyon. David will tell his story about how Keene State helped him, and what it took to launch his career. He will also talk about Lanyon (software for event marketing, strategic meetings management and corporate travel) and opportunities there and elsewhere in the world of software.

4th Annual Inspiring Conversations In Education Conference

March 05, 2016 · 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Young Student Center - Mabel Brown Room & Rhodes Hall

The Inspiring Conversations in Education Conference began four years ago with a small group of Keene State education majors searching for a way to supplement their education at Keene State College and bridge the gap between their college education and future careers. The second conference was an inspirational day that brought back sixteen alumni presenting their success and guidance. The conference was met with high praise and was recognized by Kappa Delta Pi International with a professional Development Chapter Programing Award, putting KSC’s Epsilon Pi Chapter on the world stage.

The ICE Conference is a supportive network for the sharing of ideas between present and future educators, and creates an environment that promotes leadership within the education profession. Research suggests many new teachers yearn for a supportive community of professional peers to discuss curriculum, explore ideas, and problem solve.

Brian Pickering, the 2016 New Hampshire Principal of the Year, will deliver this year’s keynote address. Education alumni will be making presentations throughout the day.

Keene State College Young Student Center Mabel Brown Room

Saturday March 5

8:30 AM-4:00PM

Come be a part of the conversation! Register Now!

Condolence book signing for France

November 19, 2015 · 12:00 a.m.
Young Student Center

The French club is hosting a signature book for anyone who would like to send condolences and support to the people of France. The book will be mailed to the French Consulate on Friday. The book will be available for signing today 11/18 at 1:00 pm and tomorrow 11/19 at 11:00 am in the student center.

Golden Circle Luncheon: Manchester

November 05, 2015 · 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Please join us for this Keene State College Golden Circle Society luncheon. If you graduated before 1966, you and your guest are welcome.

Executive Court
1199 So. Mammoth Rd., Manchester, NH 03109
Directions here.

Social time begins at 11:30 a.m. and lunch at noon.

Prompt reservations, with non-refundable payment, necessary for accurate count to restaurants. Invitations will be mailed to all NH Golden Circle members 3 weeks before reservations are due. If you do not receive your invitation please contact Kirsten Camp- Office Coordinator for Alumni and Parent Relations at kcamp@keene.edu or at 603-358-2369 or 1-800-572-1909, option #8 (Advancement/Alumni Relations)

Membership in the Golden Circle Society at Keene State College is open to all alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago. The Golden Circle Luncheons are hosted throughout the state of New Hampshire; gatherings are a wonderful way for Golden Circle alums to stay connected with their classmates and the College. The luncheons are filled with activities, recognition of the classes present, and opportunities to visit with representatives from the College. You can visit the Golden Circle Website for more information.

Golden Circle Luncheon: Portsmouth

October 14, 2015 · 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Please join us for this Keene State College Golden Circle Society luncheon. If you graduated before 1966, you and your guest are welcome.

Portsmouth Country Club
80 Country Club Lane, Greenland, NH 03840
Directions here.

Social time begins at 11:30 a.m. and lunch at noon.

Prompt reservations, with non-refundable payment, necessary for accurate count to restaurants. Invitations will be mailed to all NH Golden Circle members 3 weeks before reservations are due. If you do not receive your invitation please contact Kirsten Camp- Office Coordinator for Alumni and Parent Relations at kcamp@keene.edu or at 603-358-2369 or 1-800-572-1909, option #8 (Advancement/Alumni Relations)

Membership in the Golden Circle Society at Keene State College is open to all alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago. The Golden Circle Luncheons are hosted throughout the state of New Hampshire; gatherings are a wonderful way for Golden Circle alums to stay connected with their classmates and the College. The luncheons are filled with activities, recognition of the classes present, and opportunities to visit with representatives from the College. You can visit the Golden Circle Website for more information.

The Power of Water/The Power of Words

October 05, 2015 · 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Alumni Center - Centennial Hall

1,000 stories to make a better Connecticut River!

The Connecticut River Watershed Council and Art for Water are building a massive and inspiring public participation art installation that will influence how five hydropower projects affecting 200 miles of the Connecticut River will operate for the next 40 to 50 years. Using visual questioning strategies, this project engages the public in a dialogue about their relationship to the Connecticut River and what the river means to them and their communities. This event is sponsored by the KSC Geography and Environmental Studies Departments.