Innovation Award Winners
The Keystone Innovation Award is presented to a student who participates in the Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration and whose project offers an innovative approach to a research problem.
2012 Winner of the Keystone Innovation Award
Neil Elms, a Landscape Architecture major, was the 2012 recipient of this award. Neil's project focuses on a fully interactive, cognitive enhancement center.
"I decided to do the project because I'm passionate about delivering an interactive, cognitive enhancement experience to our community."
2011 Winner of the Keystone Innovation Award
Thomas Harrington, Visual Arts major, was the inaugural recipient of this award which was presented at the 2011 Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration on April 27, 2011.
Thomas’ project combined art, flash animation, and website design to be used for teaching children about historical figures and events.