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Faculty Resources Overview

The Integrative Studies Program is designed to provide students with a unified, broad-based intellectual experience during their years at Keene State College. Students in the ISP are encouraged to draw connections across disciplinary divisions and between their lower and upper-level courses. More about Faculty Resources Overview

History and Conceptual Framework

The conceptual framework for the Integrative Studies Program is grounded in the AAC&U Greater Expectations report. This report emphasizes a call for more attention to purposeful, intentional and transparent teaching and learning. More about History and Conceptual Framework

Integrative Learning

Integrative learning is a process by which students connect knowledge and skills from multiple sources and experiences, apply knowledge and skills in varied settings, utilize diverse points of view, and understand issues contextually. More about Integrative Learning

Program Areas

Every Keene State College student is required to complete a total of 40 ISP credits, including a minimum of two courses (eight credits) in residence at the 300 or 400 level. More about Program Areas

Faculty Senate

The Keene State College Senate is the policymaking and legislative body for Keene State College with regard to all matters that impact on the quality of academic life, including the Integrative Studies Program. More about Faculty Senate

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Mark C. Long

"We see that students are developing stronger skills in writing, are more challenged and more confident in their ability to meet new challenges, and are getting a better sense of what is happening in the world around them."

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