Keystone College Political Science Professor Jeffrey Brauer will present his paper, “Using Proportional Representation: Would Trump Still Have Won?” at the National Social Science and Technology Conference from April 5-7, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nev.
Keystone College has received a state grant to collaborate with Shippensburg University to survey early childhood education teachers about the ways they most effectively learn the skills they need to perform their jobs.
Keystone College is the most recent winner of a $2,000 scholarship from CampusWorks, a strategic higher education consulting firm.
Criminal Justice instructor Ray Hayes recently helped lead a week-long, 40-hour course for first responders who deal with mental illness.
Hospitality business management students, Associate Professor Brenda Lidy, and Adjunct Instructor Brenda Bistocchi ’71 visited the Pennsylvania State Capitol earlier this week.
Officers Robert Stelmak and Martin Monahan from the Scranton Police Department recently gave presentations with their K9 officers Attyro and Ember to Criminal Justice students.
Abreham Kittel, a member of the Keystone College Class of 2018, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Social Science.