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Photo caption: Keystone College students recently visited the Capitol in Harrisburg to rally for student aid and also presented research. First row, from left, Undergraduate Research participants Gwenddolen Kettenburg, Alicia Secules, Miranda Woodruff and Nichole Giani. Second row, from left, Student Aid Advocacy Day representatives Shawn Reilly, Graciela Castelan and Abreham Kittel.

Keystone College was well represented at the state Capitol in Harrisburg as part of Student Aid Advocacy Day and Undergraduate Research at the Capitol.

Student Aid Advocacy Day

Keystone students Shawn Reilly, Graciela Castelan, and Abreham Kittel joined hundreds of students at the state Capitol rallying for PHEAA state grants and Ready to Succeed scholarship grants as part of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania’s (AICUP) Student Aid Advocacy Day.

The students joined AICUP to work in the areas of government advocacy, research, and communication and also rallied for support of private institutions of higher education.

 

Keystone students present undergraduate research at Capitol in Harrisburg

Caption Keystone representatives meet with Rep. Michael Carroll as part of Student Aid Advocacy Day. From left: Lucas Taylor, director of student activities; Shawn Reilly, student; Rep. Michael Carroll; and Graciela Castelan and Abreham Kittel, students.

Keystone students present undergraduate research at Capitol in Harrisburg

Caption: Keystone representatives meet with Rep. John P. Sabatina, Jr. as part of Student Aid Advocacy Day. From left: Lucas Taylor, director of student activities; Abreham Kittel, student; Rep. John P. Sabatina, Jr.; and Graciela Castelan and Shawn Reilly, students.

Undergraduate Research at the Capitol

Gwenddolen Kettenburg, Alicia Secules, Miranda Woodruff and Nichole Giani were selected to present their research as part of the Undergraduate Research at the Capitol poster conference.

The students spent the day sharing their experiences and ideas with peers from other schools and showcased their research to members of Pennsylvania’s House and Senate.

Keystone students present undergraduate research at Capitol in Harrisburg

Caption Keystone students Miranda Woodruff, Gwenddolen Kettenburg and Nicole Giani present their research on tick-borne disease during Undergraduate Research at the Capitol.

Keystone students present undergraduate research at Capitol in Harrisburg

Caption: Keystone student Alicia Secules presents her research on eucalyptus citriodora oil during Undergraduate Research at the Capitol.