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Keystone faculty member's artwork featured at The Center for Book Arts


Keystone College Associate Professor Sally Tosti’s artwork was recently featured in a New York City benefit.

Keystone faculty member to present at political studies conference


Keystone College professor Jeff Brauer has been selected as a presenter at the Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) Conference to be held at the University of Sydney, Australia in September 2014.

Dr. Kristel Gallagher receives Psychology Network award


Keystone College Assistant Professor Kristel M. Gallagher, Ph.D., received Honorable Mention in the 2014 Action Teaching Award competition sponsored by the Social Psychology Network. The honor recognized Dr. Gallagher’s excellence in “action teaching” and shares her work with network members.

Keystone well represented at national conference


Keystone College faculty members Dorothy Anthony, DC, and Patricia Bederman Miller, Ph.D. presented a paper they co-authored with Keystone administrator Karen Yarrish, Ph.D. at the International Organization of Social Sciences and Behavioral Research (IOSSBR) in Biloxi, Miss. The paper was titled, “An Analysis of Gender and the Desire to Study Abroad in a Liberal Arts College in Northeastern Pennsylvania.”

Student Affairs staff attends Veteran support conference


Student Affairs staff Wendy Kramer, Tanya Morgan, Alissa Lastres and Kourtney Shick recently attended a one and half day conference entitled "Skills Learned, Respect Earned: Valuing the Veteran in Higher Education."

Linder Gallery Hosts Fine Arts Faculty Reception


The Linder Gallery at Keystone College recently hosted a reception for Keystone full-time and adjunct fine arts professors who exhibited work at the Keystone Faculty Art Exhibit.

Keystone faculty member named expert


Keystone College Chef Mark Seibert has been selected as a nationally recognized subject-matter expert by the American Culinary Federation (ACF). As a subject matter expert, Chef Seibert will review and analyze written certification exams taken by certified culinary educator candidates.

Dr. Karen Yarrish named Vice President for Strategic Planning and Human Resources


Karen Yarrish, Ph.D., has been named the Vice President for Strategic Planning and Human Resources at Keystone College.

Fine Arts Faculty Showcase Their Talents at Linder Gallery Exhibition


The Linder Gallery at Keystone College will present an exhibit featuring the work of Keystone College fine arts faculty from February 9 through March 10 on campus.

President Coppola appears on WVIA’s Meet the College Presidents


Keystone College President Dr. David Coppola was recently featured as a guest on WVIA’s “Meet the College Presidents” segment. In an hour-long interview, Dr. Coppola discussed Keystone’s many great attributes and shared his vision for the College’s future.

Psychology faculty present at conference


Three Keystone College psychology faculty members recently presented on innovative teaching techniques at a national conference.

Schools of Education and Social Behavioral Sciences Give Back


Members of the Keystone College community are making the holidays a bit brighter for local children. Employees of the School of Education and School of Social and Behavioral Sciences recently participated in an angel tree project with a Lackawanna County Head Start facility located in West Scranton.

Keystone receives Pittsburgh Conference grant


Keystone College has received a $10,000 grant from the Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy for the purchase of state-of-the-art geologic equipment.

Keystone Children's Center participates in Feed-A-Friend Program


The youngest members of the Keystone College community are learning the importance of giving.

Keystone recognized for low student debt


A new study by The Institute for College Access & Success has included Keystone in its 20 public and private colleges and universities with some of the lowest student debt. While the average student debt for the class of 2012 among students who borrowed to pay for school was $27,221, at Keystone that number is $8,675.