Three HGS Students Speak at Rotary

l–r: Dr. Paul Vincent, Johanna Debari, Chloe Nixon,Chloe Edmonds (photo by Rotary President Cathy Gray)
l–r: Dr. Paul Vincent, Johanna Debari, Chloe Nixon, Chloe Edmonds (photo by Rotary President Cathy Gray)

In October, Johanna Debari, Chloe Edmonds, and Chloe Nixon, all seniors in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, spoke at a Keene Rotary meeting about their away-from-KSC experiences.  Debari and Edmonds as exchange students at Jagiellonian University and Nixon as an intern with the Washington Center in DC.

Because Keene State values experiential learning and strives to create hands-on learners, these three students were excellent ambassadors for the College and the HGS program. “The common message was the perceptible value of undergraduate students studying away, whether overseas or in an environment such as Washington, DC.,” explained Professor and Chair of Holocaust and Genocide Studies Paul Vincent.