Student Research on Social Media Use and the 2016 Presidential Election
Recent Political Science graduate, Rachel Norton, presented her research at a conference and spurred interest in her research from other schools across the country.
First-Year Spanish Student Presents at Academic Excellence Conference
Bryanna Weigel, ‘21 is, transitioning into college life, and she brought her passion for Latin culture with her to Keene State. Now by finding opportunities at the College, she’s taking her interest in South America even further.
KSC Students Prepare for Education Careers by Teaching in Area Schools
As early as January, Keene State student teachers were out in schools across the state, refining their skills through hands-on learning.
Students Conduct Research on Health Impacts of Common Contaminants
A team of heath science and biology students are studying the health effects of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). In particular, they are looking at how PAHs affect heart function.