Department travels to Scotland to explore student exchange

In March, Drs. Rydant (Geography), Fleeger (Environmental Studies) and Stephenson (Director, The Global Education Office) travelled to the University of Dundee, Scotland to explore the opening of a student exchange program.  Consultations with faculty and administrators were productive; we look forward to creating a new exchange venue for Keene State students with this strong Scottish university.


A little R&R time led the professors to a sighting of Nessie on Loch Ness, castle visits in Edinburgh, visits to a number of Angus Pictish sites and 1500 year old stone sculptures, and a visit to St. Andrew’s University, where Prince William received his Bachelor’s degree in Geography.

Arbroath MonestarySt. Vigeans, Arbroath
Uruqhart CastleArbroath Pictish carving