Research and Creativity Celebration
Keystone College students have the opportunity to present their expertise in their respective fields of study during the annual Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration. Students from six academic divisions highlight the findings of their year-long projects.
April 29, 2015, Theatre in Brooks
2014 Winner of the Keystone Innovation Award
Brittany Cardona, a senior from
Pictured From left: Guest speaker Jonathan Davis '80, retired principal and senior vice president of mechanical engineering at Metropolitan Engineering, Washington, D.C.; Ms. Cardona; Vicki Stanavitch, Keystone assistant professor and faculty coordinator for undergraduate research; and Dr. David L. Coppola, Keystone College president.
Submit a Project
To present your research and/or creative project, complete the following forms:
- Complete the online Undergraduate Research Presentation request by March 6, 2015.
- Complete the online Abstract Submission by April 3, 2015.
Student submissions received after April 3 can still participate but will not be included in the program.