Patrick Hardy ’09 Director, New Member Sales, NAM

Former political science major Patrick Hardy ’09 recently joined the National Association of Manufacturers as Director, New Member Sales. Previously, Hardy worked as a vice president of Business Development with Keys to The Capitol, where he was responsible for acquiring new clients for the K Street Government Affairs firm. He has also worked as a … Read More »

Judge Whalen Brings a Wealth of International Experience to KSC

Judge Patricia Whalen has spent most of her professional life seeking justice for victims of those who abuse their power. Currently, she serves as a special advisor to the War Crimes Chamber at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and from 2007 through 2012, she was an international judge of the country’s War Crimes Chamber—the … Read More »

KSC Dancers Attend ACDA Festival

This February, 16 dance majors from the Keene State College Theatre and Dance Department joined 500 students from 30 colleges attending this year’s American College Dance Association New England Conference at Boston University. The KSC dancers received significant recognition and each returned to campus inspired and invigorated. Gabriella Pacheco (’14) and Alexander Davis (’14) each … Read More »

Children’s Literature Art Gallery to be on NH Chronicle

Earlier this month, Erin Fehlau, the producer for WMUR Channel 9′s  New Hampshire Chronicle, and Chris Shepherd, the show’s videographer, spent four hours with one of the KSC’s greatest treasures, the Children’s Literature Festival Gallery Collection in Rhodes Hall, preparing a segment for the show. Of course, Festival and Gallery founder Dr. David E. White, … Read More »

Molly Brewer ’11 Recognized as Promising Practitioner

Molly Brewer ’11′s excellence in her classroom has earned her the New England League of Middle Schools’ designation as a Promising Practitioner. Brewer, who teaches Spanish at the Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro, Me. will be honored at the Leagues’ 33rd Annual Conference in Providence, R.I., March 31–April 1. This annual award is based on … Read More »

Johanna DeBari Selected as the Only Undergrad to Present at Genocide Conference

Honors student, senior, and Holocaust and Genocide Studies major Johanna DeBari recently received funding from the Student Conference Fund to attend a conference at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. The conference, entitled Rwanda 20 Years After: Memory, Justice and Recovery in the Shadow of Genocide, will take place on March 28–29, and DeBari has … Read More »

Pakistani Chem Student Yasha Butt Receives Grant to Study at KSC

Yasha Nazier Butt, a student from Pakistan, is studying chemistry here on campus this semester, thanks to a $10,892 grant that Skye Stephenson, director of the Global Education Office (GEO), secured from the US Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (administered by IREX). Over 5,000 applicants applied for this opportunity, but only … Read More »