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The spring issue of Metamorphosis, COPLAC’s electronic journal of student work, is live — and includes two papers by Keene State students. The accepted papers were “The Death of the Soul: The Role of Excremental Assault in the Nazi Concentration Camps” by Meagan M. Blais and “Untangling the passionflower vines: preliminary insights on the phylogeny of Passiflora subgenus Decaloba based upon trnL-F sequences” by Nicolle M. Siddall.

Dana Githmark ‘09 and Larry Welkowitz published “Effects of visual feedback of speech patterns on fluency of speech in individuals with autism spectrum” in Mensa Research Journal, Vol 40 (3) pp. 37-40. Their paper was originally presented at the College’s Academic Excellence Conference in 2009.

Jay Kahn (Finance and Planning), Laura Seraichick (IT), and Karen Stanish (Mathematics) presented the session “Integrated Planning: Moving the Parts in Unison” at the Society for College and University Planning 2010 North Atlantic Regional Conference on March 25. In this session, they described the strengths and challenges of KSC’s integrated, bottom-up, constituency based planning process and gave the attendees an opportunity to consider the benefits and obstacles of integrated planning at their own organizations.

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