Keystone News

Students study Public Health and Spanish in Puerto Rico

Students study Public Health and Spanish in Puerto Rico


Assistant Professor Dorothy Anthony and Adjunct Instructor Joyce Avila lead a group of students to Puerto Rico for courses in Public Health and Spanish.

Keystone to host The Gathering July 16-19


For the ninth consecutive year, Keystone College will host The Gathering from July 16-19 on campus. The Gathering is an annual three-day symposium on creativity and imagination with performances, lectures, discussions, and workshops. People from diverse backgrounds meet to explore the creative spirit that permeates literature, science, and the arts around the world.

Keystone celebrates 144th Commencement


Keystone College celebrated its 144th commencement during ceremonies at the Pavilion at Montage, Scranton, on Saturday, May 16. Degrees were conferred upon 349 students.

Keystone receives another national recognition for online accounting program


Keystone College has been once again been recognized for offering one of the best online accounting programs in the nation by a leading educational web site.

Keystone students to intern in Spain thanks to Sodexo


Thanks to a partnership with Sodexo, the company which operates dining services at Keystone College, two Keystone students will enjoy a month-long, all-expenses paid international internship this summer.

Argit Marishta named Outstanding Graduate


Keystone College student Argit Marishta was named the 2015 Outstanding Graduate.

Students receive awards for Undergraduate Research


Students were recognized for their innovation, excellence in research, and creativity in Undergraduate Research at the annual Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration on Wednesday, April 29.

All-College Honors Convocation Recognizes Achievement


Members of the Keystone College community gathered at All-College Honors Convocation to celebrate the academic achievements of students and recognize accomplishments of faculty and staff. Awards were presented to students across Keystone’s six academic divisions and to faculty and staff.

Keystone makes changes to reflect academic mission


In order to more accurately reflect student enrollment and continue its current mission as a baccalaureate and master’s degree institution, Keystone will no longer offer its associate degree program in culinary arts beginning in the Fall 2015 semester.

Keystone College Fencing Club completes inaugural year


The Keystone College Fencing Club recently celebrated the conclusion of its inaugural year by competing in an intercollegiate meet at Kutztown University on Friday, April 10.

Keystone College and professor receive Best of Abingtons awards


Residents of the Abington area have shown their love for the natural beauty of Keystone College’s campus and expressed their appreciation for the expertise and dedication of the Keystone College faculty.

Keystone to present Undergraduate Research Forum


Keystone College will conduct is annual Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration on Wednesday, April 29 from 9-11 a.m. and 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. in the Theatre in Brooks.

Keystone students install artwork on campus


The Keystone College campus community is enjoying a new piece of artwork thanks to Instructor Nikki Moser’s Three Dimensional Design class.

Keystone to host Relay for Life and other activities on April 25


Keystone College and Colleges Against Cancer will join together to host a Mini-Relay for Life on Saturday, April 25 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Keystone Athletic Track and Field Complex on campus.

Students compete at business conference


Keystone College was well represented at the Pennsylvania Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference in Harrisburg earlier this month. Students Jacqueline Eyster, Millerstown; Tyler Gilroy, Scott Township; Michael Karwaski, Scott Township; and Kristy Keller, Taylor, attended the conference and competed in a number of competitions.

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