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James Waller to be Keynote Speaker at Rwandan Genocide Conference

Cohen Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies James Waller has been invited to give the keynote address at the 20th Commemoration of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide against Tutsi at the University of Notre Dame’s Notre Dame Conference Center on April 26. The conference theme is “Remember – Unite – Renew,” and the event focuses on … Read More »

Ted Mann’s “Fantasy” Performed at Carnegie Hall

The NYC-based chamber ensemble the Bateria Trio has commissioned Music Lecturer Ted Mann’s “Fantasy” for flute, viola, and double bass. “Fantasy” received a Composers Voice Award from Vox Novus in January 2012, and the Bateria Trio then premiered the piece at the Jan Hus Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. “When the Bateria Trio made its Carnegie … 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 »

Student Choral Directors Attend ACDA Conference

During the first week of February, members of the KSC student chapter of the American Choral Directors Association traveled to the 2014 Eastern Division ACDA conference in Baltimore, Maryland. The students were awarded a Student Conference Fund grant and raised additional funds to attend this event. The chapter’s vice president, Kaitlyn Hart, a junior choral … Read More »

Pretenders, Jeff Friedman’s New Book

Poet and lecturer in English Jeff Friedman’s sixth book, Pretenders, has just been published by Carnegie Mellon University Press. The book combines poems and prose pieces. His poems, mini stories, and translations have appeared in many literary magazines, including American Poetry Review, Poetry, New England Review, Poetry International, Quick Fiction, North American Review, Missouri Review, … Read More »

Jonathan Gitelson in Chicago Video Art Show

Assistant Professor of Art Jonathan Gitelson is exhibiting his two-channel video installation, “Staring Contest” in the Chicago Photography Center’s November exhibit, Expanding the Frame, a show of video art. On they day following the show’s opening, Prof. Gitelson also participated in a panel discussion on the relationship between photography and video art. In September, Prof. … Read More »

Dr. Whittemore Receives NH-INBRE Grant

Biology Professor (and 2012′s Distinguished Teacher) Susan Whittemore has received a $69,169 NH-INBRE grant from Dartmouth College (with federal funding from the National Institutes of Health) for her project, Identification of Signaling Pathways Affected by Early Exposure to Prevalent PAHs. The study will allow Dr. Whittemore and her student researchers to continue their investigation into … Read More »

Patrick Dolenc named KSC’s 2013 Distinguished Teacher

Dr. Patrick Dolenc, professor of economics, has been named KSC’s 2013 Distinguished Teacher. The Keene State College Alumni Association presents the award each year to recognize excellence in teaching, encouragement of independent thinking, rapport with students, and effective student advising. Dr. Dolenc becomes the 43rd recipient of this distinctive honor. Read more. … Watch Dr. … Read More »