Dr. James Waller Asks the Hard Questions
A noted social psychologist and scholar, now the first Cohen Endowed Chair in
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, examines the psychology of genocide
Visiting and Revisiting the Holocaust
2010 European Journey to Holocaust Sites
CELT: It’s More Than Technology
Pairing technology with best teaching practices in the Center for Engagement,
Learning, and Teaching helped one professor find new answers to a simple problem.
Enter, Aspire, Succeed
Kelly Fournier ’04’s career story began the day she entered Keene State, went to
the Aspire Office for help, and found herself on the path to success.
2010 Alumni Distinguished Teacher: Dr. Beverly Ferrucci
Keene State’s legendary professor of mathematics explains how mathematics
research is her form of artistic expression.
Mason Library: Gone Global
No longer the domain of “bun-wearing shushers,” the library instantly connects
students and information around the world.
The Owl and the Big, Hungry Cats
Carrie Trudeau '00's skills as a two-sport athlete and biology major all come in handy in her work at an Arkansas wildlife refuge.
The Falcon Keeper
Jonas Beauchemin ’06 helps keep the Atlanta Falcons on their feet