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For Educators


We offer professional development workshops on Holocaust and Genocide Studies education yearly. Watch this space for more information about our 2024-2025 workshops.

White-Niemoller Award

The White-Niemoller Award provides recognition and financial assistance to educators to participate in Cohen Center educational outreach opportunities, including but not limited to: workshops, CCHGS-led travel, and the biennial summer institute. Participants are expected return to their schools and/or communities energized by their experience to become active interpreters of the mission of the Cohen Center in order to build a more responsible future and continue to build communities where respect and justice thrive.

The fellowship honors the late James J. White and Sibylle Sarah Niemoeller von Sell.

Classroom Presentations

Choose from over 20 presentations designed for 90-minute blocks. They can easily be adapted to any classroom format. The topics have also been divided into separate presentations for different level abilities of students.

Grubman Teaching Trunk

The Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Keene State College invites you to participate in the Grubman Teaching Trunk Program. The Trunk is designed to honor the memory of Simon Grubman, a survivor of the Lodz ghetto and other Nazi camps. The Grubman family has been a longtime supporter of the Cohen Center’s work. Their gifts allowed the Cohen Center to develop the extensive Grubman Children’s book collection now located in the Charles and Judith Hildebrandt Collection in the Mason Library at Keene State College.

Contact the Cohen Center

Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Keene State College

229 Main Street

Keene, NH 03435-3201
☎ 603-358-2490