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Keystone Student Presents Research Project at State Capitol

Posted: 03/29/2010

Keith GarubbaLa Plume – Keystone College student Keith Garubba was one of a select group of college students chosen to present a research project at the state capitol in Harrisburg.

Mr. Garubba, a senior art major from Moscow, presented a poster summarizing his research project at the sixth annual Undergraduate Research Poster Conference on Tuesday, March 23. The event brought together college students, faculty, and Pennsylvania legislators to share the experiences of students engaged in research at Pennsylvania colleges and universities. The title of Mr. Garubba’s project was “Direct Screen Printing Enamels on Glass.”  

Sixty-five undergraduate students presented their research in the Capitol’s East Wing. Their projects addressed issues involving physical science, social science, engineering, information technology, and humanities. During the day-long event, students discussed their projects with state legislators and their staffs.

The event was sponsored by State Rep. Keith McCall (D-Carbon), the Legislative Office for Research Liaison, the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania, and the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities.    

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