Keystone College Wildlife Biology graduate Emily Sandly '20 spent her summer assisting the Seabird Institute's Project Puffin, a decade-long initiative to reestablish seabird populations in the Gulf of Maine. Learn about the project in this National...
Keystone College honors employees
More than 35 Keystone College employees were recently honored for reaching employment milestones.
Director of Corporate Relations John Gorel featured on WVIA
Keystone's Director of Corporate Relations John Gorel was featured on WVIA's Keystone Edition Business as part of a panel discussion on landing your dream job. Watch the segment below. More News
Keystone College celebrates National Computer Science Education Week
Keystone College recently celebrated National Computer Science Education Week from December 6-12. Computer Science Education Week is celebrated each December to honor the memory of Grace Hopper, known as the first pioneer of computer programming, born on Dec. 9, 1906.
Donald “Doc” Stacknick, MS
Instructor and Internship Coordinator for Sport and Recreation and Faculty Athletics Representative
Professor Jeff Brauer quoted in Washington Examiner article
Professor Jeff Brauer was recently interviewed for a Washington Examiner article discussing hedge fund executive David McCormick and the Pennsylvania Senate race. Read the article. More News
KC students look at career opportunities
The Wyoming County Press Examiner featured an article covering the Keystone College Career Fair on Nov. 30 Read the article. (Subscription required) More News
Keystone College to host winter holiday concert
The Keystone College Department of Performance Music will present its winter holiday concert, “There’s No Place Like Home” on Sunday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m.in the Theatre In Brooks.
Career fair held at Keystone College for students and alumni
Keystone College hosted a career fair for all students and alumni Tuesday. Watch a WBRE/WYOU segment on the fair. More News
KC students hear from police reform advocate
In a packed Evans Hall at Keystone College on November 9, Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., whose father Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. was killed by police officers on Nov. 19, 2011 when his medical alert necklace was inadvertently triggered, spoke to a group of students and faculty...