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Jack Fabian, head coach of Keene State swimming and diving, was featured in USA Swimming’s 20 Question Tuesday on March 10. Read his answers at USA Swimming’s site.

Patricia Pedroza Gonzalez, Women’s and Gender Studies, has received an $8,000 grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to advance the visibility and impact of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Keene State. This award provides support for: capstone students in the Women’s and Gender Studies Program to attend the Civil Liberties and Public Policy’s Conference and the International Conference on Masculinities and Violence; capstone students to organize an open campus and community presentation to focus on the challenges KSC students face after the Pumpkin Festival incidents in October 2014; the leveraging of existing KSC funds to recognize deserving WGS students with an annual award at Spring Convocation.

Cohen Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies James Waller has been named as part of the International Scientific Board for the 20th commemoration of the Srebrenica genocide, a conference that will be held July 9–11 and sponsored by the University of Sarajevo, the University of Tuzla, and the Srebrenica-Potocari Memorial Center. Dr. Waller will be helping to plan events for the conference, which, as it marks the 20th anniversary, will draw international attention. See more at

Poet and Lecturer in Journalism Rodger Martin’s poem, “After listening deep in the summer woods of southwestern New Hampshire to Henry Gorecki’s Third Symphony” took first place in the fourth annual Poetry Contest conducted by the Literary Arts Guild of the Center For the Arts, Lake Sunapee Region. Martin will read his poem at the CFA Literary Arts’ First Friday presentation, “Poetry Born from Music,” on Friday, April 10, at the Lake Sunapee Protective Association’s Knowlton House in Sunapee Harbor.

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