The Artwork of Military Veteran Students of Professor Judith Keats Recently Featured in ‘Military Masterpieces’ Exhibit and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
A Keystone College faculty member recently presented research on the use of high-powered computing that may one day help find cures for cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
The lives of many juveniles in Northeastern Pennsylvania and across the entire state may be able to improve significantly, thanks to the newly formed Keystone College Juvenile Justice Institute.
Two local professors will study conditions at senior community centers throughout Pennsylvania to determine how they are meeting the needs of older Pennsylvanians.
Members of the Keystone College community gathered at All-College Honors Convocation to celebrate the academic achievements of students and recognize accomplishments of faculty and staff. Awards were presented to students across Keystone’s two academic schools and to faculty and staff.
Keystone College students had the opportunity to present their best academic work during the 2018 Spring Undergraduate Research and Creativity Celebration held on April 25, 2018 in the Theatre In Brooks.
Keystone College was well represented at the state Capitol in Harrisburg as part of Student Aid Advocacy Day and Undergraduate Research at the Capitol.
Keystone College Assistant Professor Vicki Stanavitch, Ph.D., moderated a health equity and disparity panel discussion on Thursday, April 5 at 12:30 p.m. in Evans Hall. The panel discussed disparities in health and health care based on socioeconomic factors, race, ethnicity, or gender.
The first day of spring provided the perfect opportunity to celebrate the release of the new children’s book, Springtime Birds in My Backyard. Written by Keystone College Professor Karen Yarrish, Ph.D., and illustrated by Keystone Professor David Porter, the book uses rhythm and rhyme to describe the sights and sounds of commonly found birds in North America.
Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, PA Keystone College student teacher Nicole Devlan worked with a middle-school art class to create and deliver holiday greeting cards to residents of Kingston Manor. Read full article.