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From Karyn Kaminski, Human Resources:

Please be sure to welcome the following newly hired staff members to the KSC Community:

  • Michael Gianferrari, Assistant Manager for Athletic Facilities, Physical Plant
  • Brenda Galenus, Administrative Assistant, Residential Life and Housing
  • Hilary Croteau, Library Services Supervisor in Subscription Services, Mason Library
  • Brad Stubenhaus, Research Associate, Biology
  • Steven Goetsch, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, Student Affairs
  • Ralph Stuart, Chemical Hygiene Officer, Physical Plant
  • Daniel Kelly, Financial Aid Specialist, Student Financial Services
  • Carole Whippie, Financial Aid Specialist, Student Financial Services
  • Katelyn Robinson (formerly adjunct staff), Education Program Coordinator, Aspire Program

Please also welcome the following people to new roles on campus:

  • Matt Salter as Director of Student Conduct in the Dean of Students Office
  • Debra Barrett as Assistant Director of Residential Life for Housing in the Office of Residential Life and Housing
  • Ellen Proshansky as Senior Information Support Assistant in the Admissions Office
  • Sue Freitas as Senior Information Support Assistant in the Admissions Office
  • Sue Walthour as Administrative Assistant in the Student Center.

And from John Ratliff:

I am pleased to share that Carrah Fisk Hennessey has accepted the interim head softball coach position, and is already quite busy working with our team. Carrah will provide continuity to a program that saw great success under Coach Beach. Our number one priority is maintaining stability for what is a very successful team, and we feel we have done that with the naming of Coach Fisk Hennessy.

With ten years of coaching experience, nine as a head coach, Carrah brings much knowledge to the position. Last year as a KSC assistant coach, Carrah played a significant role in the team’s overall accomplishments. Carrah, a member of the KSC Hall of Fame, was a four-time All Little East selection and three-time All-Region in softball. In 1999, she led all of Division III in home runs and still holds the KSC record for home runs in a season. In addition, she was first team all Little East in soccer.

During the 2014-15 academic year we will be conducting a national search for a permanent head coach. Athletics staff and student athletes alike will have a voice in the process. Input from the campus will be invaluable.

I realize this is a time of transition for our softball program, and I have complete confidence in Coach Fisk Hennessey’s ability to provide leadership and direction and to maintain Keene State softball as one of New England’s top programs.

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