Keystone and instructor receive Best of Abingtons awards
La Plume – Once again, residents of the Abington area have shown their love for the natural beauty of KeystoneCollege’s campus and expressed their appreciation for the expertise and dedication of the KeystoneCollege faculty.
Readers of the Abington Journal, a weekly community paper in nearby Clarks Summit, Pa., have selected KeystoneCollege and Keystone College Adjunct Instructor Rich Ronchi as winners in its annual “Best of the Abingtons” contest.
For the fifth consecutive year, Keystone has been named as the “Best College Campus” in the yearly awards contest. Adjunct Instructor Ronchi, a member of the Natural Science and Mathematics Division, was voted “Best College Professor” by the paper’s readers. He shared the award with Joseph Schloegel of BaptistBibleCollege.
“KeystoneCollege is again honored to be selected as the Best College Campus by readers of the Abington Journal. We are equally honored to have Rich Ronchi named as Best College Professor,” said Keystone President Dr. Edward G. Boehm, Jr. “We take great pride in the natural beauty of our campus and in the expertise and dedication of our tremendous faculty. As always, we are extremely proud to be a member of the local community and share our natural and educational resources with our friends and neighbors in the Abington area.”