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Keystone receives $1.2 million grant from PennDot for road, lighting, and sidewalk improvements
October 29, 2014
Keystone College has received a $1.2 million Multimodal Transportation Fund Investment grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for major improvements to its campus entrance and for new street lighting, landscaping, and sidewalks along College Avenue in the front of campus.
Linder Gallery to welcome rock concert poster designer Brad Klausen
October 21, 2014
The Linder Gallery at Keystone College will present an exhibition of posters and sketches by internationally known rock concert poster and album art designer Brad Klausen from November 2-30 in the Linder Gallery on campus.
Professor Jay Nathan, Ph.D. endowed cultural immersion program scholarship to begin at Keystone
October 21, 2014
Students from five foreign nations will have the opportunity to live and learn in the United States thanks to a new program at Keystone College sponsored by The Professor Jay Nathan, Ph.D. Endowed Cultural Immersion Program Scholarship.
Keystone honors three distinguished alumni during Homecoming
October 21, 2014
Keystone College honored three of its most distinguished alumni during Homecoming Weekend festivities on Saturday, Oct. 18. Awards were presented to: The Honorable Sandra Major ’74, Keystonian of the Year; Bernie Fornicola ’76, Distinguished Service to Keystone; and Ali Dowling Wilson ’09, Young Alumna of the Year.
Keystone to serve as site for new additive manufacturing center thanks to state grant
October 17, 2014
Keystone College has been chosen as the site for a new regional Additive Manufacturing/3-D Printing Center on its main campus in LaPlume, Pa. The Regional Center for Excellence in 3-D Design, Innovation, Education, and Manufacturing will be located in Brooks Hall on campus and will be operated by Keystone’s School of Fine Arts.
Keystone student to receive environmental honor
October 14, 2014
The evening of Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 will be especially noteworthy for Keystone College at the 24th annual Northeast Pennsylvania Environmental Partners Awards Dinner.