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Professional & Graduate Studies News

February 16, 2018 –

Keene State College will offer an online Master’s Degree in Safety and Occupational Health Applied Sciences. The new online program will be provided in collaboration with Granite State College. Keene State faculty will provide course instruction while Granite State College will facilitate the online delivery. The program is under currently…

August 29, 2017 –

Each fall, Keene State invites representatives from several businesses to campus for the Career Speaker Series . This creates an opportunity for students to gain good perspective on the job market and learn about different career opportunities, and for the businesses to attract new talent. Especially if you’re trying to…

August 16, 2017 –

Students with disabilities are less likely than their peers to graduate from high school, and they’re less likely to get good jobs. But there’s hope: Good transition planning, better prepared teachers, more learning experiences for students outside the classroom, and better engagement with families are proven to help these at-risk…

July 21, 2017 –

What company wouldn’t kill to get an employee with this kind of attitude?

"During 2016, I focused on growing professionally by holding myself to higher standards and challenging myself to leave my comfort zone. I wanted to play an active role in making an impact at RPA, to see the…

July 5, 2017 –

The health benefits of breastfeeding are pretty well known – lessening the child’s risk of such things as ear infections, obesity, diabetes, and SIDS, for example – but there’s an additional benefit for mothers who hope to raise healthy eaters who enjoy a variety of food. The secret? Enjoy eating a…

June 27, 2017 –

Associate Professor of Education Dr. Darrell Hucks has been awarded the 2017 Faculty Distinction in Research and Scholarship for his continuing contributions to the field of teacher education. This award recognizes contributions to research and scholarship at Keene State College.

Dr. Hucks’s research and scholarship have always included a focus…

May 25, 2017 –

Keene State College’s Manufacturing Partners’ Scholarship program is a multi-year scholarship that provides financial support to students and connects them with sponsoring businesses to foster mentoring, internships, and other ways of helping students gain meaningful experience and knowledge outside of the classroom. As part of the College’s efforts to build…

May 22, 2017 –

The architecture lab in the TDS Center is strewn with hundreds of miniature models at any time during the school year. Associate professor of architecture Dr. Bart Sapeta had his class of juniors design 17 iterations of a structure that required the use of 144 square feet, a budget of…

May 5, 2017 –

Sustainable Product Design and Innovation (SPDI) majors Samuel Wilson and William Hadden received the Fenton Family Dealerships Design Award and a scholarship of $1000 each at the SPDI program’s annual Senior Portfolio Presentations on May 4.  

Fenton Family Dealerships representatives Bob Swartz and George Thompson were on hand to…

May 4, 2017 –

A mother-daughter duo made a pact that if they graduated from Keene State at the same time, they would walk across the stage and receive their diplomas together. On May 6, they’ll fulfill that commitment.

By chance, Heather Madden is completing her a degree in Safety and Occupational Health Applied…

May 3, 2017 –

The winner of this year’s Robin Dizard American Studies Award, given to a junior or senior American studies major with a grade point average of 3.5 or more, found American studies to be the perfect match for her other major, elementary education.

“There’s a great overlap with education,” says Adriana…

April 14, 2017 –

Keene State’s Sustainable Product Design and Innovation program, known as SPDI, takes the stance that manufacturing should be equally focused on sustainability and profitability. That’s one of a number of lessons that lead SPDI students to succeed in the program’s capstone course, Manufacturing Enterprise.

Students in the course are required…

April 13, 2017 –

Picturing an elementary school teacher typically conjures visions of an educator building the foundations of reading, writing, and mathematics for children; but why not add a foundation in dance too?

Bethany Peterson ’18 participates in a branch of Keene State’s elementary education program that is providing her with the opportunity…

April 12, 2017 –

Keene State College is pleased to announce that junior Brittany LaFleur is one of this year’s Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellows . Brittany is a student leader who is committed to equal and adequate education for all children. She joins a distinguished group of 273 community-committed students from across the…

April 4, 2017 –

Since Bennet Evans graduated from Keene State’s Safety and Occupational Health Applied Sciences program in 2005, he has built a successful career. He is now working with Triumvirate Environmental, and regularly returns to Keene State to recruit new employees because of the continued success that his company has with the…

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