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Alan Hicking
January 16, 2020 –

If your path begins with community college and leads to a four-year degree (and maybe more), you’ll be glad to know a new partnership makes it possible to do both on the same campus. River Valley Community College’s Keene branch now shares digs with Keene State College.

For River Valley...

Student musicians
January 14, 2020 –

Wednesday, February 5, 2 p.m. Ecuadorian Flutist Sandra Taqueres Alumni Recital Hall, Redfern Arts Center

An Ecuadorian flutist trained at the National Superior Conservatory of Music in Quito, Ecuador, Sandra Taqueres performs on campus as part of a residency at Keene State College that includes a number of events in...

President Melinda Treadwell, left, and Barbara Preston
January 10, 2020 –

What’s great about the staff at Keene State? Pretty much everything – including that, whatever their jobs, staff members are all about making the College experience the best it can possibly be for students.

Four people from across campus, along with the entire Grounds Department, were highlighted at the fourth...

Students in Math Center
January 8, 2020 –

Congratulations to Keene State students who made the fall 2019 Dean’s List! To qualify for Dean’s List, degree-seeking undergraduate students complete a minimum of 12 credits and earned at least a 3.5 grade point average.

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Priyanka Roy Chowdhury Lab
January 6, 2020 – listed the most affordable colleges with best employment outcomes in each state across the country. Keene State is named New Hampshire’s top college, with an employment rate of 92.2 percent ten years after enrollment, and typical earnings of $42,400 during the same time period. This recognition from follows...

Dancing Hootie
December 20, 2019 –

Thanks to Keene State’s wonderful supporters, the College’s December 3 Giving Tuesday fund drive was a success. This year, 326 Friends of Hootie made donations, for a total of $57,819! Thanks to all who contributed!

Students, staff and faculty, alumni, and friends contributed, kicking in funds to help provide scholarships...

December 19, 2019 –

Friday, January 24, 12:15 p.m. Keene Vocal Consort St. Bernard’s Church, Keene The Keene Vocal Consort will present a lunchtime concert in the acoustically superb sanctuary of St. Bernard’s Church. The 40-minute performance will feature soaring renaissance motets by Palestrina, Dufay, Gabrieli, Willaert, and Gombert. Directed by Matthew Leese and...

Katelyn Fournier
December 16, 2019 –

Want to do your bit to change the world? You can get your start right here at Keene State College. Come for a visit and find out how.

For Katelyn Fournier , changing the world starts with the planet. When she graduates in May, Katelyn heads south to Mexico, where...

Paige Rust '20
December 12, 2019 –

Keene State senior Paige Rust is looking forward to using her construction safety minor and Safety and Occupational Health Applied Sciences degree in her position with Michels Corporation after she graduates. Paige, who is from Granby, Connecticut, will observe workers to identify ways to make them safer, she’ll make recommendations...

Kurn Hattin Homes for Children's Acapella Choir
December 10, 2019 –

A special thank you to the Kurn Hattin Homes for Children’s Acapella Choir for their performances at the Keene State College Athletics men’s and women’s basketball games on Saturday, December 7. These talented singers, led by Keene State College alumna Lisa Bianconi M’99, sang the national anthem and shared a...

Lauren Mariano student teaching at Hinsdale Elementary School
December 10, 2019 –

Do you picture yourself front of a classroom? The first step to getting there: visiting Keene State College’s campus and checking out the Education Department.

What’s great about studying education at Keene State?

Ask Lauren Mariano, who has wanted to be a teacher since she was a kid playing school...

Michael Godzik '20
December 6, 2019 –

Michael Godzik, a senior at Keene State College, will not let the fear of math stop him from succeeding. From taking just one physics course prior to college, Michael now majors in physics, is president of the Physics Club, a member of the Math Club, and has presented his research...

Davis Bernstein '21
December 6, 2019 –

With New Hampshire holding the first in the nation primary, Keene State has always been at the forefront of political activity. Visits from presidential candidates and campaigners at every corner of campus means the college is constantly buzzing with political activism.

Davis Bernstein ’21 is one of many students who...

Braema Mathiaparanam
December 5, 2019 –

Each fall semester, Keene State welcomes an international scholar to campus as part of the Global Fellowship program, a joint initiative between the Department of Holocaust and Genocide Studies and the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation . The Global Fellows are selected from a pool of international alumni from...

Global Cultural Club
November 25, 2019 –

Keene State College offers diverse experiences that can alter the lives of any student. One way that the students can learn about different cultures and experience something new is by joining the Global Cultural Club. Through this student-run group, international students can meet like-minded global travelers, and American students have...

Brass Ensemble
November 19, 2019 –

Monday, December 2, 7:30 p.m. Vocal Consort Stone Church Arts Center, Bellows Falls, VT

Get in the mood for Christmas with the Keene State Vocal Consort. Directed by Dr. Matthew Leese, the 14-voice auditioned ensemble will sing a cappella medieval and renaissance music based on the Kings College tradition of...

Jack Hanson ’21
November 19, 2019 –

When Jack Hanson ’21 came to Keene State, his academic interests were varied. He had a lot of options to explore and many career paths open to him. During his first two years, Jack took classes in more than 10 different areas of study before finding a home in the...

Emily Foy ’20
November 18, 2019 –

At Keene State, students take their classroom learning to another level by applying what they’ve learned to other experiences. Emily Foy ’20 is becoming a talented leader on campus because of the skills and knowledge she is developing in her business management courses. Since her first-year, Emily has been following...

Amy Fagin
November 14, 2019 –

Soon, Keene State students, campus visitors, and the broader community will have access to another art collection that will inspire and educate. Amy Fagin, Massachusetts-based visual artist and author of Beyond Genocide , specializes in the traditional art form of manuscript illumination, which brings historical events to life through art...

Puja Thapa ’21
November 14, 2019 –

More than 70 students and professors from schools that are part of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges in the Northeast met at Keene State to feature student works on November 8 and 9 during the 2019 Northeast Regional Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, and Creative Activity Conference.

Thirteen Keene State...

Appian Way gateway
November 14, 2019 –

Keene State College recently received a grant from the US Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women to build upon existing initiatives and resources dedicated to keeping students and our community safe. The competitive $300,000 grant will be used over three years to expand ongoing prevention programming, and hire...

Brandon Bernier with the Honey Pod
November 12, 2019 –

Do you check these boxes?

☑ Hands-on worker ☑ Three-dimensional thinker ☑ Problem-solver

If so, come to campus and check out Keene State’s SPDI program – it may be a perfect fit for you.

Just ask Brandon Bernier. He’s a senior majoring in Sustainable Product Design and Innovation, also known...

Bryanna Weigel
November 4, 2019 –

Mix Spanish and geography and what do you get? If you’re Bryanna Weigel, you get a recipe for some pretty interesting studies.

Bryanna’s a Keene State senior with one major in Spanish and another in geography, outdoor recreation, and planning, also known as “GORP.” (If you don’t know what gorp...

Computer Science Student and Professor Use Artificial Intelligence Technology
November 1, 2019 –

Dr. Meenalosini Vimal Cruz, assistant professor of computer science, and senior computer science major, Matthew Pittendreigh, are working together on research that uses machine learning and deep learning techniques, types of Artificial Intelligence technology, to detect patterns that automatically classify brain tumors and skin disorders as benign or malignant, using...

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