A native of Nassau, N.Y., Kyle will graduate summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology and minors in Public Health and Chemistry. An Honors Scholar, he plans to continue his education at the University of Albany for a Master of Public Health degree while working as a graduate assistant for the Department of Academic Affairs.
Kyle’s achievements in and out of the classroom have been exceptional. In addition to being named the Outstanding Graduate, he also received the Department of Biological & Physical Sciences and Mathematics award for Excellence in Research and Excellence in Microbiology award. An inquisitive scholar, Kyle has conducted research in the fields of public health and microbiology and has presented his research at the 2021 National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
Kyle has a passion for healthcare and hopes to pursue medical school in the near future. He is a volunteer EMT for the Factoryville Fire Department and has dedicated his time to many various volunteer organizations during his time at Keystone. Passionate about public health, he has been an active member of the Student American Public Health Association and served as a Keystone College contact tracer for two years. Kyle organized a multitude of different fundraisers, raising thousands of dollars to help those in the local community who were in need.
Active in the campus community, he has served as the president for the Student Government, Science Living and Learning Community, and Future Healthcare Professionals Club. Kyle has also been a member of the Creekwalkers, College Against Cancer, Chemistry Club, and Alpha Lambda Delta. During his time at Keystone, Kyle worked as a Senior Resident Assistant and student/research assistant for the department chair of the Biological & Physical Sciences and Mathematics department.