"Passionate about delivering an interactive, cognitive enhancement experience to our community."
The Keystone Innovation Award is presented to a student who participates in the Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration and whose project offers an innovative approach to a research problem.
Congratulations to Neil Elms, a Landscape Architecture major, for being the 2012 recipient of this award which was presented at the Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration on April 25, 2012.
Neil's project focuses on a fully interactive, cognitive enhancement center. "I decided to do the project because I'm passionate about delivering an interactive, cognitive enhancement experience to our community."
After graduating in May 2012 with an Associate in Arts degree in Landscape Architecture, Neil is planning to continue his education at Keystone College as a Sport and Recreation Management major.
Dr. Thea Harrington, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the College; Terry Wise, Curriculum Coordinator of Sport and Recreation Management; Neil Elms, Keystone Innovation Award winner; Dr. Edward G. Boehm, Jr., President; and Vicki Stanavitch, Instructor of Biology and Coordinator of Undergraduate Research